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Portable and Affordable Card Sword by Jay Leslie

(c. 1946,2004) (Submit Review) (Submit Update)

This is basically Ed Massey’s Cardagger c.1946 remade by Jay Leslie.

Effect: This Dagger is dependable and can be used in an almost unlimited number of card effects. Merely toss some cards into the air, thrust the Dagger among them as they fall, and the selected card is impaled upon the blade. The card may be removed and tossed to the spectators.

No elastic bands. No uncertainty. Nothing attached to the card. 14 inches over all. A fine utility piece. However there are two problems with it: you cannot show the sword from all sides, even in motion, and the sword itself is a bit flimsy and I personally would have preferred to pay extra for a slightly more solid sword.

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Approx. Price: $125.00 (2005) ***

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1 review for Portable and Affordable Card Sword by Jay Leslie

  1. Andy Martin

    It is Portable and Affordable and Works, but a bit flimsy.

    I have always loved the card sword effect and when I saw Jay Leslie advertising this effect, I thought I’d give it a go. The size of the sword makes is suitable for smaller gatherings that a fullsize card sword is just not suitable for. The method is different from other card swords I have seen, and works well. I don’t believe you would be doing this for close-up, but for parlour or stage it would be fine.

    However there are two problems with it: you cannot show the sword from all sides, even in motion, and the sword itself is a bit flimsy and I personally would have preferred to pay extra for a slightly more solid sword.

    It is still a worthy attempt, and you should find yourself using this.

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