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mip
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As I just bought my first TT, I would really want some advice on how it should fit.

How tight should it be?
How long should it be?
Where is it supposed to sit?
How much room for the load?

Thanks!
Geoff Weber
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Not too tight, a little over half an inch past your thumb, it naturally falls around the knuckle or a little past it.
The bigger the load the less room for your thumb... keep in mind, that prior to producing the load, you don't even have to be wearing the TT, you can just have it in palm or finger palm, and then slipping the tip on afterwards will conceal where this load came from... You can also keep the TT hidden in your elbow crotch and slip it on while pulling up your sleeves to show there’s nothing up them... this is a very clean way to get into position, and it shows your hands very open and empty...
Ari_R
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Hey,
What might help is a Video. It helped me know how it felt, looked, and how vanishes and appearances were done. Check it out!

http://www.thegag.com/hr-0017.html

Good Luck
ARI
mip
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If the tip goes over the knuckle I can't bend my thumb. Is that normal?
Peter Marucci
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Mip,
No, the tip should not go over the knuckle. It sounds as if your tip might be a bit too large for your thumb.
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Ok, thanks everyone!

- mip
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