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Have been reading Harry Riser's book. One of the effects requires a rubber walnut.

Anyone know where to get one?
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Brain O neill use to sell the entire outfit http://www.themagiccafe.com/forums/viewt......tart=0#0
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Thanks to both Boydy and mystre71

Not quite solutions as the products discussed don't appear to be available. Having said that I have sent out a few emails based on the above and let's see what comes back.
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I have talked to Brian about making these again.

I think he still has a few, but we did talk once about me pouring more of them.

Maybe it will happen.

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On 2011-02-19 11:33, james prince wrote:
Have been reading Harry Riser's book. One of the effects requires a rubber walnut.

Anyone know where to get one?

There is a film where Vernon perform this effect and he lets intentionally one of the walnut roll to the floor so that one of the spectators picks it up, being able to check that the walnuts are not fake ones.
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Thanks for the post Randi

How could I get in touch with Brian to see if he still has some?

Cheers

James
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Brian is a very private person.

I just emailed him asking him if he has some or if he wants me to make some, and giving him the link to this thread.

By the way, they are foam rubber walnuts not hard rubber.

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Wack-O Magic will soon have silicone walnuts:

http://www.wack-o-magic.com/wackomagic/Rubber_Fruit.html

You may want to contact them to see how soon.
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Talked to Brian...

He doesn't have any more of the walnuts.
He has some of the DVDs left, but no nuts.

He asked me if I wanted to start making them, and I might.
But right now I have projects and can't work on making walnuts.

So... As for me or Brian, don't expect any walnuts any time soon.

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Thanks for all your trouble Randi - foam sounds even better than rubber for the proposed use

Thanks also to Domino Magic but makeupguy alias wackomagic, do not actually have walnuts, whatever his website says - he is a victim of his own success and is inundated with orders for his bottle trick - too busy to do walnuts at present

All best

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Ok... So I guess I am a liar.

I am making foam rubber walnuts.

I haven't had a chance to put it on store website yet...

But I have foam rubber walnuts and Brian O'Neill's 'Completely Nuts' DVD for sale.
Together they are $35... shipping included.

Thanks,

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Ready to start shipping Monday...

http://store.randirain.com

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It's basically another cup and ball routine.

The only difference is that you load on different beats, and in a different way.
Because of the walnut, you can do things that you couldn't do with a real walnut.

So basically think of a cup and ball with a method that exploits the fake walnut... ie. sound and movement.

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Michael Mosher (Wack-O-Magic) is working on the rubber walnuts, he's just trying to get the colors really perfect, email or PM him he's makeupguy here. Walt
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In searching, Brian came across some of the original bottomless glasses from the original run.
These are the really nice glasses.

I have the glasses and they are for sale.

BUT!!!.. They are limited... right now.. I have all of them... and that is eight.
When they are gone, they are gone.

So, if anyone wants a really nice bottomless glass..
Contact me now.

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I have one of Brian's original walnuts and just bought one from Randi. I recommed them highly. Randi performed a routine using one at the last Dallas Super Session that was great.
Later Ya'll

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