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It's getting to be like the wild west out there.
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Yes it is . Wild . Still would like to know who got that set of cups
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On 2011-04-27 05:57, garyanimal wrote:
Yes it is . Wild . Still would like to know who got that set of cups


Why, Mrs. Stevie of course. Smile

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I think I know who the low life ,no *** good cowboy who brought them is.

Posted: May 1, 2011 11:03am
Nope

Posted: May 1, 2011 4:08pm
I've placed some pics on magicpitch.co.uk of some cups including prices and a set of my cups that are a little different with heavy spin lines in. Also a prototype chop goblet. The goblet is a tad ugly but it is a prototype and the ability to change the strength of the magnets I think is a winner. You can use it with any ball. Should have a drawing of the new steve pilferington cup soon .
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Looking forward to the pilferington cup Gary.
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Hey Gary!

I went to you site but I didn't see any pictures. Are they hidden somewhere?

Posted: May 1, 2011 9:51pm
Nevermind...I just had to refresh the page
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What are the differences between the two types of gilding metal?
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He talks about this on his website http://www.magicpitch.co.uk
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90/10 guilding metal is close to brass when polished, it makes a strong cup and ages to a lovely copper color with a hint of gold. 95 /5 guilding metal is closer to copper in look even when polished. It is hard to tell them apart. If you look close it has a hint of yellow in it. It to makes a strong cups. If you like the polished look it gives you a copper look and a stronger cup. Tarnished it looks the same as copper to. It costs a lot more than pure copper.
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Thanks, now I understand. The new taper on the Gazzo is really nice.
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I ordered Animal Street Devils from Gary and they are shipped already.. I cannot wait to receiving them.. He sent me the picture of my set before he shipped them. They look truly amazing.. He is a very nice person to deal with and his customer service is great.. It's nice to have people like him in the business...
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Okay I know who the traitor is that bought the cups off Ebay. It is Bill Palmer. Bill will be reviewing them fairly as he should. I for one can't wait to see the review. If the cups are anything like the ones he made for me then those reviews will not be good. I'm actually pleased Bill bought them as then at least they will get an fair and true review.
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Hello everyone -- "The Traitor" here.

For the full story -- here's the link.

http://www.themagiccafe.com/forums/viewt......rum=37&0

It's not what some of you will think.
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Finally we get the residual of the fun....After both of you stomach most. Thanks, you make my day

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This needs sound effects....
http://www.instantsfun.es/annoy
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That's a cool site!!!!!
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Every so often a thread comes on here that is very interesting as well as funny, this is one of them. Though others may try to copy GA's work & try to cash in on his name, the quality obviously is not there! And to think that Gary was going to hire this guy! It just staggers the imagination. It just proves; buy the original, accept NO imitations!

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That's absolutely true. This weekend at the MCA, I will be taking up several different versions of the Paul Fox cups, so people can see the evolution of it, and tell how to identify the fakes.

The only sets I won't take up are the Busby CNC cups. They are simply too heavy. A set of them weighs almost three pounds. Since I am hand carrying these cups onto the plane, I can't afford the extra weight. My shoulders won't take it!
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I didn't realize the Busby Cups were that heavy, I don't blame you for leaving them.
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The first ones he did, the ones that were spun, were about 8 ounces each. Then he did the CNC cups and they really became a problem to carry.
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