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Topic: High Caliber Holsters
Message: Posted by: jonathandupree (Nov 15, 2010 08:09PM)
I just wanted to let you guys know how great the service was for me ordering a holster from Joel at http://www.hcmagic.com

I took advantage of his Junkers trade-in program and he shipped my holster before he received my trade in so I could have it for several upcoming events.

I have talked with several friends who work a lot and told me it was absolutely one of the best investments they have made in their magic business. There is really no price you can put on comfort and pocket management when it comes to performing professionally.

I will give a review of the holster once I have it, but as far as service, Joel is great to work with. He corresponded back and forth with me through out the entire ordering process keeping me in the loop and letting me know when my holster was finished.

And he sent me the discount code early and shipped my holster before he had the trade in. Awesome!

By the way, I ordered the Original Holster.
Message: Posted by: gaddy (Nov 16, 2010 02:39AM)
Buy a banner! LOL!
Message: Posted by: jonathandupree (Nov 16, 2010 12:38PM)
No I am serious. I have nothing to do with their company and knew nothing of them until I ordered my holster. I just thought they had awesome service. I have had many experiences when ordering custom illusions where the builders would put you off, not stay in contact, not keep with in the time frame, etc . . .

So I just wanted to say it was great seeing people in the magic world who have great customer service. That's all.
Message: Posted by: Donnie Buckley (Nov 17, 2010 12:13PM)
And on top of the great service, it's a great product too!
Message: Posted by: jonathandupree (Nov 17, 2010 10:21PM)
Got my holster today and wow! It is great! I am looking forward to working with it in my upcoming walk around events. Top quality. Now I will have a place for everything. If you work a lot, don't want your pockets bulging out, then this is absolutely worth the investment.
Message: Posted by: RicHeka (Nov 19, 2010 10:56PM)
The High Caliber Holster is an Awesome quality product! It is so nice to have your props and tools organized and easily accessible. At the end of a gig I just take it off and hang it up until the next gig. [ no emptying pockets! ]

I have an extra 'Original' High Caliber Holster that I received as a gift. It is BRAND NEW and never used. I only removed it from the box to take the photos. I have it listed here at a GREAT price [ $100.00 off retail ]: http://www.themagiccafe.com/forums/viewtopic.php?topic=389874&forum=76&2

See photos here: http://tinyurl.com/2ajbpbf

In the photos it looks dark brown in color, but it is actually 'black' as in the last photo.
Message: Posted by: 8thking (Nov 20, 2010 06:58AM)
It says this topic is denied I think it has crashed
Message: Posted by: RicHeka (Nov 20, 2010 09:46AM)
I just checked the links, and they work fine from here.

You can PM me if you are interested and would like more info.

Message: Posted by: 8thking (Nov 20, 2010 10:21AM)
Its the top link I clicked on and it said Sorry, access to this topic is denied.
Message: Posted by: RicHeka (Nov 20, 2010 10:27AM)
Oh yes ...you need at least 50 posts to get into that forum. Like I said just PM me if interested.

Posted: Nov 24, 2010 1:53pm
New link: http://www.themagiccafe.com/forums/viewtopic.php?topic=390887&forum=76&0
Message: Posted by: jugglestruck (Jan 8, 2011 08:36AM)
I bought my Original Holster a year ago and wear it every gig. It is so comfortable and convienient, I would not be without it. It has solved so many issues for me regarding pocket space. Highly recommended.
Message: Posted by: dbolan (Jan 31, 2011 05:55PM)
I love my HCH as well.

Do you guys/gals leave coins in the pockets when not in use?

I only use my Holster a few times a year as I am a hobbyist, and I always struggle having a coin or two drop out of the holster during the evening...though I am usually having a few drinks over the evening.

Just wondering if there is a way to keep the coing pockets tight around the coins over time.

Message: Posted by: TheAmbitiousCard (Feb 1, 2011 07:33PM)
Coin purse?
Message: Posted by: dbolan (Aug 10, 2011 05:47AM)
I'm selling mine if anyone is interested. I just don't do any formal walkaround magic right now so I just grab the trunk from the basement when doing a few things at parties:

Message: Posted by: jack_shields (Apr 11, 2017 02:31PM)
I would love one of these. Does anybody know where I can buy one from in the uk? Or if anyone has one for sale elsewhere with reasonable postage to the uk?