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snowpuppy
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Probably like most of you, I have collected many coin gaffs and sets,...ranging from Sasco to Kueppers, Lassen and the lot.So what gaffs/sets are you actually using regularly?
Why?
David Neighbors
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A Shell I have a ton Of Stuff With it ! And it cleans up so many routines!!!
Bobby Puga
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I'm always carrying one of my shell sets with me... It's a must...
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VernonOnCoins
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Shell, mostly.
bowers
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A shell and a Tuc most of the time.
And a copper-silver coin.
Todd
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And In the Outer Pocket Is my solid C.S.B.!!!
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Expanded shell, Copper/Silver coin, and sometimes a CSB set.

Jim
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Shell & coin unique
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Coin unique

Impossible trick (1c,10c)

3/4 across (3 quarters)
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Shell and Element: C/S
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Shell
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Lately I am carrying a set of Kreis super strong Kennedy halves for a divination effect.

Two rows of a half, a quarter and a nickel are placed on the bar top. The spectator places one coin in his/her pocket and gathers the other two coins, one in each hand from one row. Performer gathers all three coins from the remaining row, and just by waving these coins over the spectator's closed hands, knows the location of all three of the coins concealed by the assistant.
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I've been upgrading my Kennedy coins for Walkers,...so lately I've been carrying around 4 Walkers w/matching shimmed shell,an English Penny,shimmed C/S coin(Kueppers),Orient Express(Mason)and a Trabucco Holdout.I have a Liberty Triception Set due any day now.(Swalding/Mason)
MorrisCH
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Shell and Super triple coin
David Fillary
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Shell and C/S mostly.
Carrying my flipper all the time atm as I'm practising with it, but won't in the future.
I also carry my homemade karate coin and jumbo coin all the time.

The thing I like about the shell and C/S is they are very easy to carry around and used for lots of effects. A C/S is practically impossible to break, while a shell an be if dropped, but can withstand a lot if it is kept with a coin in place.
With my flipper... I'll see
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Actually, I have been going gaff free lately.

Those I do use on a semi basis

Lassen
Johnson
Sterling (old 70's ish make)
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Philip Busk
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C/S - hard to break and spend.
Philip Busk
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I'd say a shell and a C/S. Arguably the most vasertile coin gaffs out there.
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I regularly use my C/S/B set by Johnson.
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