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Comedy Writer
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I'd like to add three shell game to my act; what's a good set at a reasonable price? ( I'll need six; backups)
Willing to look at other materials too, just not cheap looking plastic.

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LeoH
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CW:

Try these sources:

http://scoundrelsstore.com/

http://www.3shells.com/

I have ordered from both companies. Both offer a superior service and product, and both offer metal shells. "Reasonable price" is a personal decision.

Best of Luck!

LeoH
EllisJames52
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I love my scoundrel shells. They’re amazing and so smooth to handle
ROBERT BLAKE
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Http://www.3shells.com/

Good service. Highly recommended
benhart
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I agree with Robert Blake. For me and many others, his shells are the best and great service.
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I like the school for scoundrels shells very much.
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Thanks for your tips!
Dr Rick
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Never played with Al's 3shells sets but hear good things.

My copper effect SFS shells are my current favourite toy.

Pop Haydn suggests washing the shells with dish washing liquid to remove oils when the feel slippy to maintain grip. That was my only concern and the washing every few months seems to work

Rick
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On Apr 25, 2018, Dr Rick wrote:
Never played with Al's 3shells sets but hear good things.

My copper effect SFS shells are my current favourite toy.

Pop Haydn suggests washing the shells with dish washing liquid to remove oils when the feel slippy to maintain grip. That was my only concern and the washing every few months seems to work

Rick


I would definitely recommend doing this too.
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