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Silk Pistol by Magic Hands

(c. 1976,1984) (Submit Review) (Submit Update)

Magic Hands created at least three different Silk Pistols. Starting c. 1976 they began with a Gorden’s Silk in Balloon using a more traditional revolver style. Then c. 1979 they released Gorden’s Silk in Balloon II with a Blunderbuss style double-shot pistol, and finally this version c. 1985.

Effect: The rendition of this attractive gimmick will most likely interest only a limited number of magicians, but every owner of the magic hands new silk pistol will highly value its show effect and its excellent workmanship.

An antique six-shooter with .22 cal caps. You place a 12″ x 12″ silk over the barrel. You shoot, and “quick as a shot” the silk will disappear and will reappear well, wherever you shot it: for example, our Silk Frame that was empty before, in a glass, in a mirror glass, or wherever you feel it would be effective. A first class, professional trick!

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Approx. Price: $349.00 (2000) ***

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2 reviews for Silk Pistol by Magic Hands

  1. Andy Martin

    If you want to vanish a silk – this is the way to do it!

    This is a heavy nicely made pistol from Magic Hands – great for use with his Appearing Silk in Glass. Its instant and looks the part. Great Job!

  2. Anonymous

    Magic Hands Silk Pistol

    This is a very well made prop. It fires a .22 cal blank. Not as loud as a big handgun, but certainly a very respectable bang. The mechanism works very well. It sets easily and is very dependable.

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