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 Post subject: What To Carry Stuff In!
PostPosted: Fri Jul 23, 2004 7:44 am 
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What things do you use to carry your tricks around. I mean it ist't like I can afford a huge case :?:


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PostPosted: Fri Jul 23, 2004 7:49 am 
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You probabaly can. Go to Home Depot and look at the toolboxes. They have some very nice ones, cheap. Like a handsome aluminum one with adjustable compartments, $20.

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yeah, that's true...you can get some pretty snazzy toolboxes and paint them yourself to fit your style...or you could use a small shoulder bag or something...


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PostPosted: Fri Jul 23, 2004 11:20 am 
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how about a back pack. I think cases look too suspicious, that may just be me. but realy it depends on your style.

street-backpack/pockets
stage-case or under table with a curtait over the table
mentalism- in your head lol. pocket or pack pack
close up-pocket unless you have a bunch of tricks then back pack
coin- pocket
card- keep the case in your pocket

unless you have big bulky gimmicks you should use stuff like that


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PostPosted: Fri Jul 23, 2004 3:04 pm 
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Cases do look suspicious, however, they are very nice to store your magic in. I bought my case at Home Depot and it has been great. I find a zipper pouch, like the ones used by runners, is handy.


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Yup, nothing more classy than pulling your magic out of a backpack.


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I only use my pocket, I only bring my deck of cards, some coins, pen, pencil, shoelace ring, bill and card to wallet!


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Get a pair of pants with cargo pockets. They fit alot in them.


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PostPosted: Fri Jul 23, 2004 10:47 pm 
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As Robert said you can find some great tool boxes that work perfectly. I just got one at Target for like $15.00. It's huge and it has all these small compartments for all my coins, and TTs and everything. I put my wands, pens, pencils and everything in the tray insert. Get a toolbox they are awesome.


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Wow, I never thought about storing my stuff in a Toolbox. Thanks for the cool tips guys. As for going out, I always have pockets full of stuff. I usually carry two deck of cards (Regular and Invisible), Pyro Perception, Sticky situation, Rubberbands on wrist, some coins, Stealth pen, loops on wrist, TT, and optical illusion ring.....LOL. That usually gets my pockets full.


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Another thing that i've found handy is a gun case with a customizable foam interior. Find one with rubber foam centimeter cube inserts, and customize it to fit your needs. Good Luck!

-Bill 8)


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I found a very nice plastic(durable) case at Sears for 7 bucks. It is pretty big and has a shelf on the top. Works great.
-Tyler


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I usually use my pocket, but if I have something which wont fit in the pocket, in this case I would use a large pencil case with many compartments.


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Kevin_Donelle2 wrote:
I usually use my pocket, but if I have something which wont fit in the pocket, in this case I would use a large pencil case with many compartments.


Thats a good idea. Thanks for the suggestion.


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Ejay wrote:
Kevin_Donelle2 wrote:
I usually use my pocket, but if I have something which wont fit in the pocket, in this case I would use a large pencil case with many compartments.


Thats a good idea. Thanks for the suggestion.


LOL, It is a good idea, only that's not what I meant, lol. I have no idea why I put pencil case, what I really meant was a "fanny pouch"! This is what I always carry stuff in, here's what it looks like:
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I dont really use one this big, it all depends how much stuff you plan to place inside of it.


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