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PostPosted: Mon Feb 06, 2006 10:44 pm 
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Hey guys, i've got a show coming up in april, and i've got something i hvae to ask you guys. I'm planning on doing cups and balls at the show, and i need some sort of apron/pouch type of thing that i can use for easy access to my final loads and such. Now I really don't want to go pay 200 dollars on a fancy pouch, but i don't want one that says home depot on the front. If it means anything, the show i'm doing is the fairytale ball, so it's kind of a medieval type thing, people are in costumes and such, and i'll probably being wearing like a harry potter robe, not possitive though.


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If you can find a pouch for only $200, GRAB IT!!!


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You might want to consider getting a belt pack at an outdoor/hunting supply store. Wear it under the robe and use it to store your stuff. If the robe is loose enough no one should notice you wearing it and if the robe has an opening you should be able to reach in easily to get your props.


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