Forgive me, but I'm afraid we are talking apples and oranges. I'm talking about dedicated tobacco pouches. I'd never carry a combination pipe and tobacco pouch. It isn't concealable.gaining_age wrote: ↑Thu Aug 03, 2017 12:52 pmSounds dangerous for the pipe...hugodrax wrote: ↑Thu Aug 03, 2017 12:46 pmIn the words of Sir Hugo Drax, "If you aren't wearing yoga pants, why the devil can't you carry your rollup in your back pocket?"gaining_age wrote: ↑Thu Aug 03, 2017 12:40 pmUm. No.hugodrax wrote: ↑Thu Aug 03, 2017 12:07 pmAh. I wasn't aware you wore yoga pants.gaining_age wrote: ↑Thu Aug 03, 2017 11:51 amThat's the second time in two weeks someone has asked me that. What'sup with that?Rusty wrote: ↑Thu Aug 03, 2017 10:31 amI thought you stopped smoking. Usually not using them means we don't have to carry them around. Are you running away from home?I'm considering the cooler months where I may have a jacket and opportunity to carry-- concealed carry the pouch . Portability with a pouch has an appeal.I use a pipe rollup. Tobacco goes in a ziplock. Many ziplocks can go in a larger ziplock, if necessary.
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What's typically done? I had a vision of inside jacket pocket.
You'd need a heck of a tailor to conceal a combination pipe in any of your jacket pockets, let alone the interior breast pocket.
I carry my rollup pouch in my left hip pocket, if wearing a jacket, rear left pocket if jacketless. Pipe is either in my teeth, in the car, or in my wife's purse.