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Cyberqat
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I had a wonderful card dropper I got from a Magic Shop in Hollywood, California about 20 years ago for a specific appearance where I was asked to force a tarot reading. It was a cradle, not a clip, and it had a slot such that you could lift the cards with your middle finger over the stop and they would fall right into your palm.

Somehow it got lost in a move and I've been desperate to find another ever since.

Anyone know where to get such a beast?
It is always darkest just before you are eaten by a grue.
Dennis Loomis
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Norm Nielsen makes a nice version of the Murray Card Dropper. Several dealers handle it, including Ronjo.

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That's it precisely, thank you so much!

I ordered it directly from Nielsen's website.

CQ
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