default-2 How to Tighten or Loosen a Missouri Meershaum Corn Cob Pipe Stem / Little bit Corn Cob Pipes

How to Tighten or Loosen a Missouri Meershaum Corn Cob Pipe Stem / Little bit

default-2 How to Tighten or Loosen a Missouri Meershaum Corn Cob Pipe Stem / Little bit Corn Cob Pipes

The inventory stem on a new Missouri Meerschaum pipe (which MM calls a “little bit”) might be a little tight or free when you obtain it. This online video will wander you through the approaches that I use to get them just proper.

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19 thoughts on “How to Tighten or Loosen a Missouri Meershaum Corn Cob Pipe Stem / Little bit

  1. Glad I found this video, and all of your video's. I had a Missouri Meerschaum legend about a year and a half ago and through moving lost it. Or someone **suspect 1 the wife, suspect 2 cuz he's 2 and gets into everything my son** threw it away or misplaced it. I recently bought a neked Missouri pride from a local shop because well it was all they had. So far I've liked it, but it had that burr on the stem. When that burr popped off if you held the stem and tipped the pipe down it would fall off the stem. Before I tossed it and counted it as a loss, I looked up how to tighten it. And like every other corncob search I've done +Aristocob was the first thing that popped up. So I just subscribed. I was new to pipes then and still consider myself green but I like the vids and info you put out.

  2. What's up with the video quality in the video? Have you changed camera? Your videos always have nice quality

  3. this is so weird the day my legend came with a super loose bit and this video was posted and a couple months ago i also got a straight version of a country gentleman and it was also loose…is there a problem at the company that they dont have them fitted properly

  4. Is there a special way to break in a MM cob? I got some new ones and they tasted bad near the bottom. I recently been just wasting the tobacco near the bottom because of the taste. Any recommendations?

  5. Very informative. Thank you. I sometimes use Bacardi 151 to swell the shank sometimes . any new news on pipes down the pipeline?

  6. Great video
    I have a question, I purchased a country gentleman, the stem was loose. So I took off the ferrule , placed the shank in hot water,
    Just the end of the shank. Left in water 20 min.

    I tried to install the ferrule, it no way would go back on.
    The stem of plastic, now not loose, but totally useless.
    The stem would just fall out.

    I let the pipe dry out for several days, the stem was better
    The ferrule was easily installed.

    What's the difference of swelling, and Shinkage
    Both seem to be effected by moisture.
    The water made the shank bigger, drying it made it smaller.
    So if you some a pipe it should tighten the shank, not make it bigger….totally confused….please help…thanks Scott

  7. Great vid Scott. Nor sure if this has been suggested yet but something I do on the tight ones is rub a little graphite on the bit and then rotate it inside the shank.That has always helped me and it's convenient being that I always have a pencil lying around the house or in the garage.Take care!

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