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Paul Budd
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It's official.....I'm obsessed with Ring and Rope routines!! But, alas, I've lost my ring and better yet, I can't remember where I got it to begin with. Suggestions on finding another??
His face isn't really this long in-person!
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Al Angello
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Was it brass, steel, aluminum, or plastic, and how big was it? Was there hole in the middle?
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Paul Budd
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No, yes (I think), no (I'm pretty sure), no, about 4 inches in diameter, absolutely.
His face isn't really this long in-person!
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Spellbinder
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Craft store, leather craft section- harness rings.
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MickeyPainless
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Also Craft stores that handle Macrame have a nice size selection of rings. Feed stores that handle horse tack may have nice brass ones up to 4 inches (usually 3.75 inch).
Thommy Razor
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Craig Dickson at Wizard Craft magic sells great rings, check out http://www.wizardcraft.com.
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Bob Sanders
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Two places to try for your brass ring are Tandy Leather Company and

http://www.JeffersLiveStock.com

Or ask an old cowboy. LOL

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jskalon
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Hey Bob,
What are the rings called. I checked out that site but didn't see them. Probably right in front of my face.
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Al Angello
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Craig Dickson has the best brass, or silver colored rings, without any welds.
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PokerMagic
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Slightly off topic, but Sanders has a great new addition to his Fiber Optics new DVD, using a ring....really cool!
Al Angello
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Welcome to the magic Café, I wrote about this very subject. I called "fiber optics & full circle collide", the use of a ring with two pieces of rope is both a beautiful and a new thing.
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Ron Reid
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I agree with the others about Craig Dickson and Wizardcraft. I bought my chrome ring there and it's perfect. No weld marks to be found.

Ron
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