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Bill Hegbli
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The famous James P. Riser has just published some his long awaited e-publications on DIY magic device making.

The 1st offerings are:

1. Making a Cell Phone Ring Flight - This is totally unique and makes so much sense in today's world.
2. Machining a Scotch and Soda coin set - The question has been ask many times how to make gimmick coins, now you can learn if you have the tooling skills.
3. Making and using a Dice Switch Clip

They are only $5 for a PDF download instruction.

Now you can learn from the expert craftsman in and out of the magic community.

If interested take a visit to his site.
http://www.jamesriser.com/Magic/JamesRiserMagic.html
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Jamie D. Grant
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Well, that was the easiest decision I've made in a long time. When a master like that speaks, you listen!
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How does a cell phone ring flight make sense? Is it a ring to cell phone, because that doesn't make sense at all to me. Or is it a cell phone that you vanish to an impossible location?

If it's the latter, then it sounds interesting.
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Bill Hegbli
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On 2012-05-13 19:43, gdw wrote:
How does a cell phone ring flight make sense? Is it a ring to cell phone, because that doesn't make sense at all to me. Or is it a cell phone that you vanish to an impossible location?

If it's the latter, then it sounds interesting.


It makes sense because just about everyone is familar with a cell phones. Most of the cell phones have those wrist strap holes, that can also take something like a key ring. This idea utilizes that strap holder in a unique way.

Anyone can vanish a cell phone, with a devil's hank or a pull. This is borrowed ring to cell phone, similar to the borrowed ring to keycase or on one of the many who have borrowed Koran's Flying Ring idea.

These PDF instructions are only for the DIY kind of person. If you don't have tools and like to make things yourself, then it is not for you.
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John Locke
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Bill has revealed an important secret which is the email for James P. Riser's site. This contains some excellent information on manufacturing magic as well as identifying methods of making quality magic items.
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