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Ejwhite25
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How do the copag 310 playing cards handle of you have them?
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The new thin ones are one of the best, handling wise..
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Depends which version you mean.

The Copag 310 decks were first produced in Cartamundi's B9 True Linen Finish. This is thicker card-stock than a typical USPCC (e.g. Bicycle) deck, but also soft and more supple.

More recently, after their supplier of that paper stock went broke, they've switched to card-stock that is thinner than a typical USPCC deck, and is called their E7 finish. This is also very soft in handling, almost too soft. If you buy a Copag 310 deck today it's likely to be with this much thinner stock. Cardistry folks like it, but for card magic you might find it too soft.

For a much more complete discussion of the difference between these two card stocks, see my article on the subject here, which should tell you all you need to know about how the Copag 310 decks handle:

The Cartamundi Decks: A comparison between finishes

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