Mr. Fruity Pebbles
Over in the thread that is about what makes good drilling in a pipe Todd has a diagram of the Oom Paul, and if you get one I would have him drill it this way so it passes a pipe cleaner. I can say with absolutely no bull carp that his pipes in gneral are great, but when he drills his Oom Pauls like he does--you will find them to be greater than others. I love mine--I call it my chin rester because I can clench it--it hangs in my mouth in a way that I forget its there. I wouldn't trade my BST Oom Paul for any other Oom Paul out there these days--His Oom Pauls are truly that good--trust me.One of the first briar pipes I ever
owned is a medium size Jobey Oom Paul that was gifted to me by a good friend years ago. (Sadly he’s passed away.) I’ve liked Oom Pauls ever since, and own several factory & small workshop versions.
I’d been thinking about commissioning a artisan Oom Paul for several years now. And the name that kept coming up for that design is Todd.
I’m really looking forward to getting this pipe !