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ted french
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The flipper coin included with this set is it the same as a normal flipper that you would find in a magic shop?
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RCP
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Sort of but mostly no
manreb
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Good answer!
MacIrish
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Perhaps you can PM Craig Petty and he can help you out.
ToHan
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I think this link will give you the answer Smile

http://www.worldmagicstore.com/product_i......_id=5411
h_A_Z
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Definately no. Its totally different. Buy it to find out Smile
jprace
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Technically, you can find the coin used in the Mirage Set at a magic store. Tango makes the same gaff.
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