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Topic: Is there such a Wallet?
Message: Posted by: paisa23 (Oct 18, 2005 06:20PM)
Im staring at my wallet today and came to the realization that after all these years I don't have a Card to Wallet in my repoitor(cant spell).
Anyway I'm in themarket trying to find one that will fit my needs. I need some help from you guys. Is there a wallet out there that will cover these issues

Can be used as a real world everyday non magical wallet, to include pictures, credit card etc.
Can carry either my Heirloom or KK effect?
As well as my cash which is never really much, just enough room for a few bills and my Hundy 500.
Not a long elegant wallet because I don't wear a coat and woulddnt want it to be easy to fall out or get taken.
And has a Card to wallet compartment.

I know I'm asking a lot but I hope you guys can help.
Message: Posted by: wsduncan (Oct 18, 2005 06:39PM)
On his lecture notes cdrom Shawn Farquhar has a method that uses an ungaffed wallet. The signed card ends up inside one of the picture sleeves that some wallets have to hold photos and id cards. It's similar in method to teh Mullica Wallet but much less expensive. The notes CD costs $23.00 with shipping and the photo insert, if your wallet doesn't already have one that will hold a poker sized card, costs about $4-5 dollars more.

[url=http://www.magichampion.com/magic.html]Magic Champion[/url]

Shawn's a full time pro so you know the method is practical.
Message: Posted by: Daegs (Oct 18, 2005 06:45PM)
Real Man's wallet...

Best there is and all I've ever recommended.

Do yourself a favor and buy one right away without thinking about it... then when looking back on this thread you can wonder why you were going to waste time with considering other wallets that people recommend.....
Message: Posted by: paisa23 (Oct 18, 2005 07:05PM)
Is ther a link for this one or is it the one on Penguin? I go to penguin for refill and a few things here and there but with a purchase like this I want to make sure its on the up and up.
Message: Posted by: Lofty (Oct 18, 2005 07:12PM)
I'm not sure of the one I have but I use it for everyday use.
it's a standard size wallet with a button clasp to keep it shut, holds all my stuff.

for card in wallet- the card is in a zippered "change pocket" inside .(mercury folded).

Lofty
Message: Posted by: paisa23 (Oct 18, 2005 07:16PM)
Do you know what it is called. Im looking for something like that but I really need one that would also hold my Heirloom effect. If you are familiar with it.
Message: Posted by: Pete Biro (Oct 18, 2005 09:13PM)
Check the Buma hip wallet. I think it is at http://www.stevensmagic.com
Message: Posted by: paisa23 (Oct 18, 2005 10:32PM)
I read it and it sounds great, just that one question still arrives. How many slots are there I need to fit 16 of what we all know.
Message: Posted by: Ignore me... (Oct 18, 2005 11:23PM)
Wsduncan, that Shawn Farquhar thing sounds similar to the card-to-wallet's-picture-sleeve from Dick Zimmerman's 1971 lecture notes, "Creative Magic." I think this is available for a few bucks used from H&R Books, at http://www.magicbookshop.com .
Message: Posted by: Review King (Oct 18, 2005 11:40PM)
[quote]
On 2005-10-18 19:45, Daegs wrote:
Real Man's wallet...

Best there is and all I've ever recommended.

Do yourself a favor and buy one right away without thinking about it... then when looking back on this thread you can wonder why you were going to waste time with considering other wallets that people recommend.....

[/quote]

If he doesn't like The Real Man's Wallet, will you buy it from him?
Message: Posted by: Daegs (Oct 19, 2005 12:39AM)
Yes... after years of constant use some stitching on the edge of mine has started to come out(wallet is still fine its more cosmetic), so I could definatly deal with having a backup and have actually been looking at buying a backup.(from paisa only)

Anyway, it has 8 outs(not 16) but that is easily taken care of with presentation... heck the only "kk-ish" presentation I use is equivocue down to a single card in an envelope, so getting down to 8 is no problem.

I have no problems fully recommending the Real Man's Wallet though, its that good!!!
Message: Posted by: Lofty (Oct 19, 2005 08:30AM)
Ok - I found the name of the one I use, it's "pro card wallet" from http://www.magicmakersinc.com .(there's a pic at penguin but it's out of stock) http://www.penguinmagic.com/product.php?ID=768

as for pockets - it can hold 9 credit cards,a picture(on a windowed flap) and has two other pockets,and the cash pocket.

Lofty
Message: Posted by: Review King (Oct 19, 2005 10:28AM)
[quote]
On 2005-10-19 09:30, Lofty wrote:
Ok - I found the name of the one I use, it's "pro card wallet" from http://www.magicmakersinc.com .(there's a pic at penguin but it's out of stock) http://www.penguinmagic.com/product.php?ID=768

as for pockets - it can hold 9 credit cards,a picture(on a windowed flap) and has two other pockets,and the cash pocket.

Lofty

[/quote]

The problem with this wallet is it doesn't look like a real wallet.
Message: Posted by: e-man (Oct 19, 2005 12:34PM)
Realmans wallet
Message: Posted by: paisa23 (Oct 19, 2005 02:10PM)
What a perdicament! How many of you guys who suggested a wallet perform either KK or Heirloom?
Like I said earlier these wallets aren't cheap and price is not the issue, I just need to make sure that it will cover what I need.
Message: Posted by: Werner G. Seitz (Oct 19, 2005 03:14PM)
Let me tell you what I use as a hippocket wallet.

First though, there is absolutely nothing wrong with the RMW, which I own too, BUT my wish always was to use a zippered compartment.

The wallet I found is extremely well made, actually as well made as the RMW, the leather is top rate and I use it as my everyday hippocketwallet.

The picture on that site actually even shows, how great the wallet looks, eg. even the 'leather'.

http://www.funinc.com/xcart/customer/product.php?productid=17954&cat=&page=1

There are countless slots for creditcards, a great billcompartment and a lot of other fascilities, the RMW (re an everyday wallet) doesn't have.

There though isn't included a loader, one has to make up one oneselfes, but, due to the constuction of the wallet, one also can load a crd without any loader.
This is due too the 'curve' of the folded wallet, that acts as a guide for the fingers.

[b]I only can give my highest praise re this wallet, if it was rubbish, I wouldn't use it..[/b]

Here are the dimensions of the guide I made.

Easy to make, you just have to find a thin/elastisc/stiff piece of plastic you cut preferable with a hobby-knife and a ruler and round the corners with small scissors.

The colour of it should be black..

I actually did use the plastic of an old TDK videotape cover/case, but they probably don't come anymore in plastic these days, the one I used was over 20 years old..

The thickness of the sheet is .022 inch

Size:
3.080 x 3.61 inches

My highest recommendation re this prop...

One thing I though might have to mention is, that one has to learn to handle that wallet *the correct way* when removing it, as one side of it shouldn't get into view.
Now, this is absolutely no problem, when you have found out the how to do it naturally.

Basically- for those in the know- the wallet is pulled out/up from the right backpocket so the thumb covers the *slot* completely, your hand is parallel to the body, meaning the thumbs tip point directly to the specs, the wallet is at right angles to the thumbs lenght, wallet pointing to the left.

Simply pull it out as above, bring it forward as described and then the right hand does turn inwards at the wrist placing the wallet into the left hand.
Herefrom you open the wallet and proceed.

The handling looks 100% natural, you just pull the wallet out and open it.
Covering the slot is automatic, as you can feel it when you remove the wallet from the backpocket.

I know the above sounds complicated, but having the wallet at hand makes it easy to understand..there is NO move here, the wallet is just removed from the hippocket and opened! :)

If there is a demand, maybe Frank Starsini would take it up in his line of products ?
Message: Posted by: paisa23 (Oct 19, 2005 03:19PM)
So far this does sound like the way to go.


OK new issue I registered and tried to add this wallet to my cart but I get no price and it wont go there.
Message: Posted by: Roger Kelly (Oct 19, 2005 03:54PM)
Peter Scarlett's Pimpernell Notecase(actually a billfold hip wallet) is pretty neat. It doubles as an everyday wallet and is a no-palm-card-to-wallet. It is absolutely ideal for Heirloom and KK.

Peter pops into the Café. Look him up and check out his website.

Hope this helps

Roger
Message: Posted by: paisa23 (Oct 19, 2005 03:58PM)
Hm went to his site and read about it but no picture of it I would like to see it.

Oh disregard found the picture. Now you said it works as a Signed card to wallet and it would fit my heirloom? What about it being an everyday regular user friendly wallet?

How much is that price? 45 and that symbol?
Message: Posted by: Ronnie Ramin (Oct 19, 2005 04:14PM)
Paisa If you do Kollosal Killer you really don't need a signed card in wallet.

Ronnie
Message: Posted by: paisa23 (Oct 19, 2005 04:21PM)
Well I see what your saying. But I usually do Heirloom which has the same principle to KK.
You do have a good ppoint but I wanted a direct CTW effect as well. I have the effect worked out. Just need to incorporate the wallet that I'm looking for.
Message: Posted by: Review King (Oct 19, 2005 05:49PM)
[quote]
On 2005-10-19 16:14, Werner G. Seitz wrote:
Let me tell you what I use as a hippocket wallet.

First though, there is absolutely nothing wrong with the RMW, which I own too, BUT my wish always was to use a zippered compartment.

The wallet I found is extremely well made, actually as well made as the RMW, the leather is top rate and I use it as my everyday hippocketwallet.

The picture on that site actually even shows, how great the wallet looks, eg. even the 'leather'.

http://www.funinc.com/xcart/customer/product.php?productid=17954&cat=&page=1

There are countless slots for creditcards, a great billcompartment and a lot of other fascilities, the RMW (re an everyday wallet) doesn't have.

There though isn't included a loader, one has to make up one oneselfes, but, due to the constuction of the wallet, one also can load a crd without any loader.
This is due too the 'curve' of the folded wallet, that acts as a guide for the fingers.

[b]I only can give my highest praise re this wallet, if it was rubbish, I wouldn't use it..[/b]

Here are the dimensions of the guide I made.

Easy to make, you just have to find a thin/elastisc/stiff piece of plastic you cut preferable with a hobby-knife and a ruler and round the corners with small scissors.

The colour of it should be black..

I actually did use the plastic of an old TDK videotape cover/case, but they probably don't come anymore in plastic these days, the one I used was over 20 years old..

The thickness of the sheet is .022 inch

Size:
3.080 x 3.61 inches

My highest recommendation re this prop...

One thing I though might have to mention is, that one has to learn to handle that wallet *the correct way* when removing it, as one side of it shouldn't get into view.
Now, this is absolutely no problem, when you have found out the how to do it naturally.

Basically- for those in the know- the wallet is pulled out/up from the right backpocket so the thumb covers the *slot* completely, your hand is parallel to the body, meaning the thumbs tip point directly to the specs, the wallet is at right angles to the thumbs lenght, wallet pointing to the left.

Simply pull it out as above, bring it forward as described and then the right hand does turn inwards at the wrist placing the wallet into the left hand.
Herefrom you open the wallet and proceed.

The handling looks 100% natural, you just pull the wallet out and open it.
Covering the slot is automatic, as you can feel it when you remove the wallet from the backpocket.

I know the above sounds complicated, but having the wallet at hand makes it easy to understand..there is NO move here, the wallet is just removed from the hippocket and opened! :)

If there is a demand, maybe Frank Starsini would take it up in his line of products ?
[/quote]

Werner, isn't this a knock off of Mesika's Wallet?

Either way, you can do a mercury fold and not have to use a guide. The card folded up is quite amazing.

I'd cut off that strap ( what guy carries a wallet with a strap? ) and if the metal snap bothers you, remove it or color it. Then you'd have a fine 'real man's wallet" that is very easy to load.
Message: Posted by: paisa23 (Oct 19, 2005 06:40PM)
Keep them coming. There has to be the end all to all of them.
Message: Posted by: pepka (Oct 19, 2005 07:50PM)
OK here goes. The wallet from Magic Makers/Penguin as many of their products are, is a ripoff. It is a Mesika wallet from Yigal Mesika. I used one of these til I found one of Yigal's and realized it is the same. Actually, I had 3 of them. The zipper on the compartment had broken off 3 times. I use this wallet professionally constantly and on a normal gig, will produce a card from this wallet 15-20 times a night. No one has ever said anything about the zipper, or the snap. Find one from Yigal and get the original.
I also have an Escalano wallet from Paul Wilson that is absolutely beautiful, have only used it a few times. Also the pro wallet (I think it's called) from Randy Wakeman. The one that people always talk about is the Mesika wallet, because it is folded up.
Message: Posted by: evolve629 (Oct 19, 2005 08:20PM)
Does anyone know what kind of wallet is used by John Guastaferro in Detour? Thanks.
Message: Posted by: paisa23 (Oct 19, 2005 08:22PM)
And yet another one. is it on his DVD I'm still waiting on these. Tell me more.
Message: Posted by: JohnG (Oct 19, 2005 09:08PM)
On my DVDs, I used (and still use) the Keith Bennet Hip Wallet. Unfortunatley, it doesn't seem these are available any more. They are discontinued on all the magic sites I've visited - event Bennet's own site.
Message: Posted by: paisa23 (Oct 19, 2005 10:35PM)
Don't abandon me guys were almost there.
So I guess its down to three:
Mesika Wallet
Real mans Wallet
Peter Scarlett's Pimpernell Notecase

Anything else fellas?
Message: Posted by: Review King (Oct 19, 2005 11:14PM)
[quote]
On 2005-10-19 22:08, JohnG wrote:
On my DVDs, I used (and still use) the Keith Bennet Hip Wallet. Unfortunatley, it doesn't seem these are available any more. They are discontinued on all the magic sites I've visited - event Bennet's own site.
[/quote]

Because of John's BRILLIANT routine "Detour" on his DVD ( he has 2 DVD's and you should get them both ) I started using a wallet like the one he used so I could do John's routine. You could use any wallet, but I just like this style. It's the Ultra Slim Card to Wallet and it's a breeze to use. There's one for sale in the Café at the link below, for a GREAt price.

http://www.themagiccafe.com/forums/viewtopic.php?topic=135382&forum=76&1
Message: Posted by: paisa23 (Oct 19, 2005 11:33PM)
Another one. Not making this easy. Ok people its 4:33 in the morning now I have about an hour to make a decision. Lets help a magi out come on come on come on. Oh and thanks in advance for you guys help.
Message: Posted by: Review King (Oct 19, 2005 11:39PM)
Paisa23, it's wallet, not a sports car you're buying. Buy one. You don't like it, sell it and buy another one.
Message: Posted by: paisa23 (Oct 19, 2005 11:43PM)
I know I know but I'm An l like that. Sorry, you have to understand I am at work in a locked room doing security looking for a wallet for literally about 12 hours, I will honestly feel that if I don't come to a conclusion I will have wasted my night. And before anyone says anything no I do have a life I'm STUCK in here untill 6 in the morning I CANT leave even if I wanted to. So I need to come out with something. LOL sad right? Go ahead STEP INTO THE BLUE
Message: Posted by: Review King (Oct 20, 2005 12:00AM)
I've had jobs like that. You're getting paid, so you're not waisting your time searching. Pretend they're apying yu to find a wallet.

Pick one, buy it and go t sleep when the shift is over.
Message: Posted by: paisa23 (Oct 20, 2005 12:26AM)
Ok I finnaly decided and I went with The Real Mans Wallet.
But please by now means don't let that stop you guys. If I don't like it I will be open to other suggestions.
Message: Posted by: Werner G. Seitz (Oct 20, 2005 04:05AM)
[quote]
On 2005-10-19 18:49, MagicChris wrote:
Werner, isn't this a knock off of Mesika's Wallet?

Either way, you can do a mercury fold and not have to use a guide. The card folded up is quite amazing.

I'd cut off that strap ( what guy carries a wallet with a strap? ) and if the metal snap bothers you, remove it or color it. Then you'd have a fine 'real man's wallet" that is very easy to load.
[/quote]MagicChris, I don't know the Mesika's Wallet, though I earlier tried to locate it, but it isn't/wasn't available anymore.

It might well use the same principle, I don't know..

Nevertheless I didn't have any choice then to get the one I got, apart from it really is incredibly well made.
You are correct re the strap, I don't like it, but it doesn't matter.
Apart from one has to (almost) be a skillful 'magician' to close the metal snap :)
Re the folded card thingy, I must admit I'm not at all fond of it using a wallet.
I would prefer to use a ring-box instead to produce a folded and signed card, not the wallet.

[quote]
On 2005-10-20 00:14, MagicChris wrote:
.... There's one for sale in the Café at the link below, for a GREAt price.

http://www.themagiccafe.com/forums/viewtopic.php?topic=135382&forum=76&1
[/quote] Sure.. but don't forget to read the review from a buyer! :goof:
http://www.emagictricks.co.uk/product_reviews_info.php?cPath=20_37&products_id=1230&reviews_id=258
Message: Posted by: Review King (Oct 20, 2005 09:41AM)
[quote]
On 2005-10-20 06:45, Werner G. Seitz wrote:
[quote]
On 2005-10-20 00:14, MagicChris wrote:
.... There's one for sale in the Café at the link below, for a GREAt price.

http://www.themagiccafe.com/forums/viewtopic.php?topic=135382&forum=76&1
[/quote] Sure.. but don't forget to read the review from a buyer! :goof:
http://www.emagictricks.co.uk/product_reviews_info.php?cPath=20_37&products_id=1230&reviews_id=258
[/quote]

Werner that's a good link. The reviewer says:

"I really didn't like this wallet at all. I took it out of the packet, looked at it and knew instantly I didn't wnt to perform with it. The wallet itself is very thin as promised and very easy to load, even in your jeans pocket, However the 'No-Slide' leaves a questionably obvious 'coin compartment' on the outside of the wallet which is actually quite considerate considering the inside of the wallet has space for cash, reciepts and one - count em - ONE credit card or business card."
_________________________________________________________

Well, The coin compartment never has to be shown. I use it to carry my coins when table hopping. The fact that it's so easy to use without a guide/glide is a BIG selling pojnt.

You could add to the wallet and make it carry more, but why? You lose their signed card, bring out the wallet, let THEM unzip it and pull out the card. They'll see some cash in their and will never think where are the credit cards.

The ultra slim is a great little worker. IF you see John G's routine with the same type of wallet, you'll see how it kills!
Message: Posted by: Chris Miller (Oct 20, 2005 02:53PM)
Paisa, Well - I seem to have missed the deadline for a response, but here's my two cents worth: I recently purchased the Pimpernel Notecase (wallet) specifically for Heirloom. I can tell you that the PN works great in this regard because of all the pockets. I had been doing heirloom in my regular tri-fold wallet, and it was so cramped and getting in the way of regular life's cash and receipts going in and out of the wallet. Thus, the need for a magic wallet. While I do not use the PN as a regular wallet, it could be used that way while still being loaded up. I keep some cash in the wallet to facilitate the heirloom hiding, and I also keep my Hundy 500 in there. Lots of room for cash! The card-to-wallet is great, too, but you should know that it is a no-palm card to wallet method, and I know some people prefer the palming versions. I've had great reactions to the PN card to wallet method, however. If you choose to do the card-to-wallet and have the PN be your regular wallet with license/bank cards, some special considerations are in order. I won't say them here for exposure reasons, but you can PM me if curious. In all, the PN is a nice sized wallet. It still seems a little large to me because it is bi-fold and I am used to tri-fold, but it does fit in my back pocket. It is very flexible, and I love using it for heirloom over my old wallet.

Chris
Message: Posted by: Review King (Oct 20, 2005 04:27PM)
[quote]
On 2005-10-20 15:53, Magical_Mystifier wrote:
Paisa, Well - I seem to have missed the deadline for a response, but here's my two cents worth: I recently purchased the Pimpernel Notecase (wallet) specifically for Heirloom. I can tell you that the PN works great in this regard because of all the pockets. I had been doing heirloom in my regular tri-fold wallet, and it was so cramped and getting in the way of regular life's cash and receipts going in and out of the wallet. Thus, the need for a magic wallet. While I do not use the PN as a regular wallet, it could be used that way while still being loaded up. I keep some cash in the wallet to facilitate the heirloom hiding, and I also keep my Hundy 500 in there. Lots of room for cash! The card-to-wallet is great, too, but you should know that it is a no-palm card to wallet method, and I know some people prefer the palming versions. I've had great reactions to the PN card to wallet method, however. If you choose to do the card-to-wallet and have the PN be your regular wallet with license/bank cards, some special considerations are in order. I won't say them here for exposure reasons, but you can PM me if curious. In all, the PN is a nice sized wallet. It still seems a little large to me because it is bi-fold and I am used to tri-fold, but it does fit in my back pocket. It is very flexible, and I love using it for heirloom over my old wallet.

Chris
[/quote]


The Pimpernel is a beauty, but not a great card to wallet. The ad says after the card is signed and lost in the deck:
"at no time does the wallet go anywhere near the deck!"

I love that. But, then it says:
"The performer removes one card from the deck and places it in a transparent window in the wallet".

Guess what? That cancels the staement that the wallet doesn't go anywhere near the deck.

I won't get into the specifics, but the illusion is ruined. You get into magician nonsense then ( you knwo, guys that can't find your card over and over again ).
Message: Posted by: paisa23 (Oct 26, 2005 06:56PM)
Ok playing with my RMW and its not giving me what I needed. Im upset now. Your right about the 8 outs for Heirloom. But now its only a bifold and I cant fit my 2 credit cards
illuminati
heirloom
drivers licence
military ID
Heirloom letter and Hundy 500. Ok well I think you guys might be tired of this Thread but if anyone has anything to say I would really love to hear it. Or please feel free to PM me.
Message: Posted by: paisa23 (Oct 26, 2005 11:25PM)
Ok I'm thinking of reducing a little bit by lamenating four pictures
My wife
me and my wife
My "Pride and Joy"Gaff
"MY KIDS" Gaff
and putting illuminatti as a separate piece maybe in a packet trick wallet.
That might give me the outs that I need.
Who here has been working with the RMW long enough to tell me how much more relaxed it will get? I mean right now its brand new so I'm not sure. Also will the card compartment ever become loose enough that the licence wont stay out for the guide?

Also what would be good idea as a divider in the bill compartment slot. In my regular wallet I have a leather divider for it.
Message: Posted by: Roth (Oct 27, 2005 12:20AM)
[quote]
On 2005-10-26 19:56, paisa23 wrote:
Ok playing with my RMW and its not giving me what I needed. Im upset now. Your right about the 8 outs for Heirloom. But now its only a bifold and I cant fit my 2 credit cards
illuminati
heirloom
drivers licence
military ID
Heirloom letter and Hundy 500. Ok well I think you guys might be tired of this Thread but if anyone has anything to say I would really love to hear it. Or please feel free to PM me.
[/quote]

How do you pull out a wallet that must be at least 3 inches thick and tell someone you have a single photograph (ala Heirloom)inside?

When I do KK my wallet ( a bi-fold hip) is showen with a drivers license, my business card one credit card and 4 empty slots.

When folded it is maybe an inch thick. And I have the full KK in there.( blank Phils)
I like the illusion that this wallet is EMPTY.

You need more than one wallet big guy.

As stated above the Pimpernel Notecase is one of the best bi-fold multi-purpose wallets you will EVER see.
You WILL NOT regret buying that wallet.
Card to wallet/multible out/and a diabolical design twist.
Message: Posted by: paisa23 (Oct 27, 2005 01:51AM)
I don't know I mean I have open slots but my Heirlooms re well concealed. I have never been called on it. Ive always had great ractions but upon opening my wallet you cant see anything excep a few credit cards and a few photos in my swing part.
Message: Posted by: paisa23 (Dec 2, 2005 02:25AM)
Ok I have my Malloy now and RMW I'm learning to use both. I Was givin a suggestion to trim my heirloom to load them where I need them. But one thing I am not is creative. Has anyone else out there trimmed there Heirloom to fit your wallet? if so I wold love to know if you had a picture. Harry was great with helping me out. I just want to try to keep most of the picture of heirloom. And for those that don't know but do know KK it has the same principle.
Message: Posted by: paisa23 (Jan 23, 2006 03:50PM)
Any new thoughts?
Message: Posted by: lekin (Jan 26, 2006 03:27PM)
Paisa,

Sent you a PM on this
Message: Posted by: paisa23 (Jan 26, 2006 03:38PM)
Thanks
Message: Posted by: Douglas.M (Feb 25, 2006 09:22PM)
Jerry O'Connell makes fine CTW wallets (UK):

http://www.topsecretmagic.co.uk/JerryOConnell.html

Check out the "Card in Wallet Small". It has a zippered load compartment and includes eight slots for credit cards, etc.

Douglas M.
Message: Posted by: paisa23 (Feb 26, 2006 01:11AM)
Douglas they look nice, But they don't look like me, They wouldnt pass for a normal 26 year olds American Wallet. You know what I mean?
Message: Posted by: Philippe (Mar 8, 2006 03:43AM)
The Mullica!
Others must have used it for Heirloom, because you can and I think it is the perfect card to wallet combined with the Mercury Fold. Talking about Heirloom ... I just cannot get excited about this! Plenty of you rave about it, what am I missing? It has always seemed so obvious that there are 'many outs' since I first saw it.
Message: Posted by: kammagic (Jul 26, 2006 08:08PM)
Real Man's Wallet all the way! Been using it almost 10 years now. I keep Hundy 500 in it and KK(8 version) it is my everyday wallet I carry it with me always. I have made some improvements to it over the years you can PM me if you would like to know what changes I have made. I think I am on my 4th or 5th Wallet.

, Jonathan
Message: Posted by: langston3711 (Mar 14, 2008 12:54PM)
I'm concidering getting a Yigal Mesika wallet but was wondering if anyone uses it with Kolosal Killer too. Does it have a divider in the cash compartment? Oh by the way I've reduced my KK (gaffs/props) down to 12 with patter will this wallet work for it?