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Metal Sheep by Gary Jones (Instant Download) A self working miracle coin transpo!
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Gary Jones' 'Metal Sheep' from the smash hit 'Automata' DVD may well be one of the most spectacular self-working tricks ever devised. Seamlessly, with ZERO sleight of hand, multiple coins transpose in the blink of an eye between your two closed fists! It's a KILLER!

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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on December 27th, 2017
When Gary paused before the second sequence/revelation, I thought "Nooo...he's not gonna do THAT...!" Then, BAM-2 coppers in the right, 5 silvers in the left. I LOVE when a trick jumps off the screen, and jolts me the same as it did while watching Don Alan's Chop Cup routine as a boy. That joyful impact that moved me to take up magic so many years ago-and aquire effects like this. I appreciate how Gary took that ole Thieves and Sheep trick and breathed some serious life and impact into it. Indeed, the young ladies are offered the coins to examine at the start-something that makes sense, as many people I've shown English pennies to, have never seen them, and want to examine them. This show also safely claries the coins as perfectly normal-which they largely are. The video clarifies all, especially the critical sequencing of pick ups and put downs. 2 special coins are needed which most magicians will have. I'm short on halves at the moment, and am truly excited to get some just to be able to do this effect. High impact, just the right length, simple to do, little pocket space, and, just visually impossible!
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Clever, easy to do, requires gimmicks Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on August 3rd, 2017
Pros: Clever, nicely routined, very easy to do, no angle issues, video tutorial is brief but clear. I haven't performed this trick yet, but expect audience reactions are fairly strong. The two spectators in the demo also appear in other demos by Gary Jones but don't typically react as strongly as they do in this one. Their startled response to Metal Sheep appears to be genuine and spontaneous. This trick is a good one to carry in your pocket for when you get asked to do a trick. It will also work well for walk-around if a table's available.

Cons: Metal Sheep requires a table (or could be performed on the floor) so it isn't suitable for some walk-around situations. In the promo Gary Jones allows the spectators to inspect some of the coins. The video tutorial doesn't explain how this is possible, but you can figure it out for yourself by carefully watching the early part of the promo. The trick requires gaffes that cost about thirty dollars, but many magicians will have at least one of the gaffes already. Pocket space requirements are moderate -- you have to carry five half dollars and two English pennies, though this may be OK if you do other coin tricks. Overall, I really like this trick and intend to do it once I have bought the gaffes.
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