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Dustin Baker
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By the way, Wal-mart is also a good place to get pouches. I butchered 2 hip-packs and found the individual pieces quite useful.

$4.97 per hip-pack / yields 3-4 universally sized pouches = good deal.
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Has anyone tried the Highcaliber Magic product line. They have three major items of shoulder holsters made for magicians specifically.
I was considering purchasing the "Richo" which is the in-between model (not to big, not too small).
Here's the website, tell me what you think.

http://www.highcalibermagic.com/

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Jerryb, the highcaliber products have been brought up before not sure where but I think the general consensus is that you get what you pay for and ive heard from many that they are a solis investment

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Dustin Baker
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On 2008-04-14 16:04, Jerry wrote:
Has anyone tried the Highcaliber Magic product line. They have three major items of shoulder holsters made for magicians specifically.
I was considering purchasing the "Richo" which is the in-between model (not to big, not too small).
Here's the website, tell me what you think.

http://www.highcalibermagic.com/
JerryB


1: It's called the "Ricochet".
2: It's neither larger or smaller than the original model - it just doesn't have pockets on the side that faces your body.
3: The concensus is that they are excellent quality, whether or not they're worth the price depends on how often you'll use them and if you really need one.
4: From what I understand Joel will customize the holster to fit your specific needs for no extra charge.
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On 2008-04-15 14:27, dbaker_creator wrote:
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On 2008-04-14 16:04, Jerry wrote:
Has anyone tried the Highcaliber Magic product line. They have three major items of shoulder holsters made for magicians specifically.
I was considering purchasing the "Richo" which is the in-between model (not to big, not too small).
Here's the website, tell me what you think.

http://www.highcalibermagic.com/
JerryB


1: It's called the "Ricochet".
2: It's neither larger or smaller than the original model - it just doesn't have pockets on the side that faces your body.
3: The concensus is that they are excellent quality, whether or not they're worth the price depends on how often you'll use them and if you really need one.
4: From what I understand Joel will customize the holster to fit your specific needs for no extra charge.



I use one of Joel's holsters; it is some of the best leather work I have seen in a while. This would be one of the best investments in prop management I have ever made. I had him make me one to fit my needs, his CS is outstanding. If you’re tired of your tricks being unorganized then the benefit far outweighs the cost IMO.
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I perform a search on High Caliber and found a separate topic discussing this item.
I am in the process of purchasing this product base on the my needs; conversation with Joel; website info and customer response.

JerryB
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