Neked Natural Freehand Missouri Meerschaum Corn Cob Pipe from Aristocob
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Missouri Meerschaum Corn Cob Pipe
FREEHAND ('Neked' Unfinished) 
Missouri Meerschaum Corn Cob Pipe
Choice Of Unfiltered Acrylic Bit or economical Danish Bit Option

Distinctive and quite large, this one of a kind pipe is unique in that it is one of the few Missouri Meerschaum pipe styles which is entirely handmade!

It features a classic dark stained cob bowl with a genuine hardwood bottom to prevent premature burn-through! It also boasts an American Birch hardwood stem and is now available with your choice of either a bent unfiltered premium vulcanized rubber bit (mouthpiece) or the popular and economical plastic bent “Danish” bit.

This is truly a classy collectible pipe and we know from experience that it makes a great gift for that hard-to-buy-for Man, Groom, and Groomsmen or for the Father of the Bride and Father of the Groom.

Here's a video that I shot in 2011 after Missouri Meerschaum made the change to the Freehand pipe.  In this video, I discuss aftermarket bits and the advantages of our old vulcanized rubber bit which has been replaced by an acrylic bit of the same style. 

NOTE: The tenon on the acrylic Freehand Bit was recently changed, which required a slight enlarging of the hole in the wooden shank (or stem, as MM calls it). That means that when the pipe is smoked with a Danish bit the bit may be a little loose. We have made a video on the subject of loosening or tightening a bit, which you can access from the video link on the HOME page, but it has been our experience that the wooden shank will tighten around the Danish bit after smoking a couple bowls in it. 




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by Paul
on 4/8/2018
Fantastic smoke
First off, I am a new pipe smoker and a new customer of Aristocob. I own a couple of the smaller cobs and really enjoyed them. Now I am a proud owner of a naked freehand and a country gentleman. What incredible smokes, so easy to pack and they don't get hot. Great service from both Jandy and Scott, very helpful replies to ny emails. Thanks again, Paul
by Bart
on 12/26/2016
The Cadillac of Cobs
Ok, lets start by saying I'm pretty new to this hobby, so I'm not the best with determining subtle nuances between pipes. I started with a pack of MM seconds, and went wild getting the Cobbit series (the Wizard is the coolest looking pipe of my collection, imho), Diplomats, Great Danes, Legends, Morgans, Country Gentleman, etc... Yes I went a bit overboard, but whatever. All smoke great, but to tell the truth, to my undeveloped palate, I didn't find much difference in smoking them except how they looked, their capacity, and how they felt in my hand. Pleased with all of them, and they are so very affordable. So, I splurge on an unfinished Freehand since it's Christmas. And wow, this is by far and away the smoothest, coolest, smoking pipe of them all. I wish I hadn't even bought all the others and just bought several Freehands. I want to smoke it all day long, it's that cool,smooth & easy to keep lit. And since I'm a newb, I sometimes tend to smoke too fast and make the other pipes get quite hot. That never happens with the Freehand. It's just the perfect pipe. Trust me, I love all my cobs, but you just don't know what you are missing until you try the Freehand. It's the Cadillac of Cobs.
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