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Radmak
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Re-milled edges? Sounds almost like placebo to me Smile
If one day I see coloured Morgans I'm gonna give up on coin magic Smile

I am NOT saying Dean's set is not wonderful! I am sure it is.
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J-Mac
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Hey Radek!

You really don’t think that re-milled coins are easier to handle? Some of us find them much easier to hold certain positions with re-milled silver coins - I know that the silver I have where the edges are worn smooth give me fits, especially with the Classic Palm and also Edge Grip, Nowhere Palm, etc. - Any position where I'm holding the edge of the coin against another part of my hand. Dry hands don’t help me either! The custom gaff makers usually do re-mill the edges of their custom silver coin sets.

I like 'em myself!

Thanks!

Jim
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If we are comparing the coins which are totally worn out to the re-milled ones than of course the re-milled ones are easier to palm. That's something noone could deny. Worn out metal is slippery - that's physics...
I was referring to regular coins with milling not as perfect as in the new/re-milled ones.

To be perfectly honest I hate new coins because of how sharp their edges are - I do Muscle Pass a lot and I end up with my hands sore Smile

PS. I don't know what's worse - dry or sweaty hands Smile

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