The Bullmoose shape is a variant of the Bulldog, the Rhodesian and the Bullcap shapes. Even if it is less widespread than the three others, it is quite often considered as being part of the same family. The Bullmoose pipe distinguishes itself from the Bulldog pipe because its shank is rounded (and not square). In addition, it is also different from the Rhodesian because its bowl is collapsed and smaller. Concretely, the inside of the bowl is shallower and will only accommodate a few pinches of tobacco. The Bullmoose silhouette perfectly suits those who are looking for a bent pipe, small and robust at the same time. Indeed, its bowl and shank are thick, which guarantees a better durability, during your tastings as well as when you disassemble the pipe. In France, two pipe makers propose Bullmoose shaped pipes. At Chacom, they can be identified with the number 996, whereas at Butz-Choquin they can be identified with the number 1025. For your greatest pleasure, you will find in this category all the Bullmoose pipes made in France!