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dahih beik
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Anyone can give a feed back on jeff McBride manipulation coins , or and , the max grip manipulation coins.
Bill Hegbli
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Bought the Max Grip - suck! Ouch! Plated coins never work well.
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Tony Thomas
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Thanks for this thread. I was interested in comparing McBrides to Neilson's.
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dahih beik
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Suck ! ouch ! could explaine more .
I have the nielson and they are slipery for rollouts . and I have the pierre brahamas , they stick very well but relatively they are thick for multiple rolls and they tend to peal the shiny gold plated .
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Are the McBride coins made of plastic ????
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No, the McBride coins are a very light weight metal. I responded to the McBride coins on your newer post
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