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Paul Rathbun
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Where can I find a 3"-4" solid ring? The material would need to be around a centimeter thick. I guess it could be welded, but I would prefer the ring to be seamless; maybe stainless steel, or brass would be nice.
I want it for a ring and rope routine, but I can't seem to find a ring like I am describing. Any help is appreciated.

-Paul
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Al Angello
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Craig Dickson at Wizard Craft had some brass ones last week.
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Ron Reid
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Hi Paul:

I bought one of the rings that Al mentioned, and it's terrific. I bought the chrome ring, but you can also buy a brass version. I have looked long and hard for a beautiful, seamless ring, and here it is:

http://www.wizardcraftmagic.com/WebStore......sID=6764

Ron
Paul Rathbun
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Thanks, guys. That is exactly what I am looking for in a ring.

-Paul
Al Angello
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Ron,
Thanks for the link. A brass ring is almost impossible to find. I use several different kinds of rings, and I couldn't pass up the opportunity to have a brass one, too.
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Craig Dickson
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Thanks, Al. I think you will really like it, too. A brass quarter-pounder.
Craig Dickson
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Seamless and Polished Chrome Plated Brass or Polished Solid Brass 3 3/4" Ring - $15. Weighs 1/4 pound. The best. http://www.wizardcraft.com Dealer pricing also available through Murphy's Magic Supplies.

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meyegr
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Here in the Midwest, most tack shops (horse shops) have many different rings. I find the ones I use there - though not real seamless.
Bob Sanders
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I agree! And when in doubt, call the Charles Tandy Company in Fort Worth, TX. They also own companies that manufacture saddles. (Or ask an old rodeo cowboy to get you one.)

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Noel D
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I got mine from Jo-Ann Fabrics for .39 cents. It has a seam, but it doesn't bother me very much.
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