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The Ultimate Airborne Card Stab!

COLLISION is the ultimate ending to your favourite card routine. Have a card selected and the corner torn, or have the card signed. You can even use their very own business card. It's folded up and mixed with others. All the cards can be thrown by the spectators or released from a net. Finally before the cards hit the floor you stab one card with a Stainless steel fork that's been examined from the beginning ... Guess what?

IT'S THEIR CARD!

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"Tom Wright is always right! He told me he has the best card stab effect ever and he totally has!"
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"Organic, fresh. A classic in the making."
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http://www.murphysmagic.com/Product.aspx?id=53581
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Looks fun to perform.
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On Jul 21, 2014, emyers99 wrote:
Looks fun to perform.


Agreed. The price is pretty steep, I'm curious what you get. I used to do a similar thing with a double-side fork and it worked well enough, but would love something a little cleverer than that.
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Seems very impractical. Carrying around a bag of folded cards? No thanks
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Impractical for walk-around, yes. But not necessarily for other situations.
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I wonder how he justifies the folding of the cards.
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I wonder how he justifies the folding of the cards.


I would just say that when it's folded you can't tell one card from another at any angle making it more difficult for you.
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That looks pretty awesome to me.
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I like how the specs throw the cards. It gets everyone involved. I hope it's practical for parlor.
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Very cool trailer. nice idea as well, not for every occasion though
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I like the routine but if anybody actually thinks about it stabbing a folded card with a fork would be impossible, at least with a single card and a knife there is a chance that it could be done. The same thing applies to uncovered. I guess most spectators won't think like this though.
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I have just seen the price and I think it is very overpriced for a single trick dvd
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Torquay22

The price has now been dropped! was a mix up.check it out on murphys magic
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Torquay22

The price has now been dropped! was a mix up.check it out on murphys magic


It's still 95 from what I can tell. Was it initially higher than that?
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This honestly looks like a great follow up after doing Scott Alexander's Divining Fork.
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Just had a look and it says 95 for the price, too expensive imo
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In my experience Tom's effects are for real workers.
He produces effects for the real world not the Youtube world.
I'll certainly give this a go and I don't think I'll be disappointed
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In my experience Tom's effects are for real workers.
He produces effects for the real world not the Youtube world.
I'll certainly give this a go and I don't think I'll be disappointed
We are inclined to believe those whom we do not know because they have not yet deceived us...
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The gimmick you will recieve with collision has been hand made from solid steel and is guaranteed to last you a life time.
The price reflects the high quality of what's included. We chose the best material and the best craftsman so that this product is second to none

Many thanks
Tom Wright & Arron Jones
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I've been lucky enough to see collision from it's creation and have seen Tom perform it several times to great reactions.
The gimmick is extremely well made and therefore not cheap but will last a lifetime.
I never mind paying for a quality trick so long as I will use it.

I will use collision in my parlour show and as a final trick at a walk round gig.

Looking forward to seeing what else will come from the Trickster brand.
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