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SuperMagicMozart
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That's right. I use a simple tackle box to hold just about all of my supplies. The ones at Wal-Mart are fairly cheap and of good quality.
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I use the same thing Smile

Hold all my stuff and more
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Great idea!
David Eichler
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I use a realtively inexpensive machinists chest, purchased at Sam's Warehouse. With 5 slim drawers and a larger interior bay, it holds most of the decks of cards, coins, packet effects, magician's rope, change bags, roughing spray, etc. For me, the simple tackle boxes were just too small.
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I use a plastic toolbox to hold all my small stuff. A juggler friend of mine carries his clubs, etc around in a five gallon bucket. It doubles as a tip receptacle.
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I use a large sewing box for bits like thread and wax,a briefcase for all my "practicing it now" stuff, and a chest of drawers in my bedroom houses all my books, videos and all those hundreds of tricks I buy on impulse but never use.
'though it stands to reason that a samurai should be mindful of the Way...it would seem that we are all negligent.
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I use a large black and yellow plastic handymans tool box with wheels and a handle that flips up or folds down. I bought it at Wal-Mart for under $30.00
I also bought some clear plastic tackle box cases made by "Plano" to store small things in. I have one for different coins, one for TT, thread, wax, etc. I use a label gun to mark the top of the box (so I know if the coin is magnetic, or steel, or regular) this helps keep everything organized. With all the props it is so important to be organized.

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I think the fishing tackle box is a great idea. I have used the smaller plastic ones that will fit into a brief case for years. I just never made the logical leap to the regular tackle box.

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I've kept an Emergency Magic Kit in my car for a few years. It's just a small tackle box with the essentials (a deck of cards, a hankerchief, some coins, papers, etc).
Of course, I don't know that it qualifies as a 'tackle box', it's more of a small box with a lid with convenient dividers. Wait, I guess that is a tackle box!
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On 2012-03-04 15:37, dbolan wrote:
I have a $19 Plano toolbox from Home Depot.

Same here.....

https://picasaweb.google.com/11692563626......t=email#
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Oddly, when I lived on the lake, my real tackle box was a metal mail box fixed to the pier. You could leave it there and it worked fine.

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On 2012-03-04 15:37, dbolan wrote:
I have a $19 Plano toolbox from Home Depot.

Same here.....

https://picasaweb.google.com/11692563626......t=email#

Are you able to check the URL? This seems like it may have a character off...but would love to see the picture.

Thanks.
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I had no problem clicking on either link.
What if the Hokey Pokey really IS what it's all about? Smile

My neighbor rang my doorbell at 2:30 a.m. this morning, can you believe that, 2:30 a.m.!? Lucky for him I was still up playing my drums.
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On 2012-03-04 17:51, Bob Sanders wrote:
Oddly, when I lived on the lake, my real tackle box was a metal mail box fixed to the pier. You could leave it there and it worked fine.


How many times did the mailman get a lure stuck in his hand? LOL They expect problems with dogs, not fish hooks.
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I've been thinking about buying this...
http://www.malloymodernmagic.com/close-up_case.htm
Anyone own it? Care to comment?
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Up here in Montreal, Canada,
I own one similar to that one, I picked mine up at reno depot which is the same kind of store as home depot in the U.S.A.
I have been using it for years, it fits a lot of close up items in it, cards,coins,balls,Thumbtips,silks, etc.
Mine is always in the car, and ready to be used at a moments notice.
It sells for about $45.00 canadian
Malloy magic has great magical apparatus and I'm sure, that for $69.00 Us it is still very well worth the price since you
can easily get it from Doug and not have to drive up to Montreal to purchase a similar one.
Hope this helps
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Thanks Joey.
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On 2012-03-11 10:36, Wizard of Oz wrote:
I've been thinking about buying this...
http://www.malloymodernmagic.com/close-up_case.htm
Anyone own it? Care to comment?

If you have "Harbor Freight Tools" in your area the same case was $25.
Ihor
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On 2012-03-04 15:37, dbolan wrote:
I have a $19 Plano toolbox from Home Depot.


I use the same tool box from Home Depot. Works great for putting away a small act (cups & balls, super needled balloon, rope through block, D'lites, TT's, silks, ropes, cards, packet tricks, gaffed coins, etc.). My larger items are stored in large Rubbermaid containers.

Ray
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