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Subject: Re: Bannatyne Pipe Bag

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Date Posted: 09:18:57 04/24/02 Wed
In reply to: Barb Gaiardo 's message, "Bannatyne Pipe Bag" on 19:12:42 04/20/02 Sat

It's not threaded to screw into the blowstick stock.
Stocks are all different sizes.
Wrap some waxed hemp around it until it fits snugly.
Don't used unwaxed, it will absorb water and expand!


>Hi, has anyone out there ever installed a Bannatyne
>pipe bag before? I'm finding that the joint of the
>Moisture Retention Sleeve is too small for the opening
>of the mouth piece stock. The part that's supposed to
>fit into the mouth piece stock is threaded, so I
>assume it should fit rather snuggly. It's loose enough
>that it would fall right out! The only solution I can
>come up with is to secure
>it with insulation tape-but inside the bag?! HELP!

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