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 Post subject: Billet Pencil/ Billet Knife
PostPosted: Fri Oct 05, 2007 7:42 pm 
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Does anybody know where I can find one?

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PostPosted: Sat Oct 06, 2007 1:13 am 
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www.porperoriginals.com


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It's expensive, but it's the best.


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I just seen it online the other day. It looks very slick. Best and simplest looking billet knife I have seen.

But as mentioned, it is expensive. But Porper does excellent work.

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PostPosted: Sat Oct 06, 2007 12:06 pm 
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Thanks for the link, but I'm 14 and low on funds, so I think I'll construct a Corinda Billet Pencil in Tech-Ed class.

Garrett


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Gee! this website sell the cylinders and coin for 1,200,000$
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I brough mine for 23$
Gee.


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Did you see the list of things included in that set? A Porper wand, Rattle Box, Stack of Coins, case, Paul Wilson's routine, and more.


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Bliztmagic wrote:
Gee! this website sell the cylinders and coin for 1,200,000$
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I brough mine for 23$
Gee.


Not One MILLION!
lol

it's 1,200.00 :D


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PostPosted: Sun Feb 10, 2008 1:33 am 
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I used to have a billet pencil many years ago wish I had kept it, cannot remember if it was a Corinda item, I also had one of his items which were safety pins with colored beads on.

Let us know if you have luck making your own.


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exodus wrote:
Did you see the list of things included in that set? A Porper wand, Rattle Box, Stack of Coins, case, Paul Wilson's routine, and more.


Yes, but it's too much for my pocket.

Obviously this is the best of the best, but if you need something impromptu, and costless, just glue the billet with a bit of magician wax on the blade side which is back to the audience on a regular butter knife.

It's in corinda 13 steps. It's a bit cheapy. But it might work for your budget.


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Do any of you where to get a billet pencil?


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13 Steps teaches you how to make one.


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I got 13 steps but i don't feel like making one. I just don't have the tools. I might get around to it since i have no other choice.


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