Silver Bullet Lite
Trick by Becker & Earle ($26.60 - normally $35.00)
In stock - very few available.
The original Silver Bullet has been transformed! You requested it and now it's here - smaller, lighter, and perfectly disguised as a tube of lip balm!
Hidden inside a normal-looking ChapStick tube is a diabolically simple and spillproof construction that makes it work better and more easily than ever before.
Included are the original three routines plus seven more, for a total of ten killer presentations. Use it to determine a pattern which exists only in your participant's imagination. No pumping, counting or forcing. Perform a design duplication using only borrowed business cards. There's even a way to use Silver Bullet Lite blindfolded!
Put it to work in an impromptu book test with any paperback. No impressions, no anagrams, no duplicate books, no indexes. This is a brand new method in a book test!
Employ it on a serial number divination. It's not a shim, a glim, a switch, or a crib. Yet it's so easy, it almost works itself. You'll even be tempted to use it blindfolded!
"You fooled the h*** out of me!" - Bev Bergeron
"I've never seen anything like it!" - Ray Grismer
"That's the cleverest idea I've seen in ten years!" - Larry Becker
"Don't publish this one - it's too good!" - Dr. Juris
The Silver Bullet Lite allows some very easy handling (too simple to call a move, much less a sleight), and just a touch of applied psychology. In use it is invisible - nothing to hold or hide. Just drop it in your pocket and you've got the ammo to perform miracles.
Get your hands on the Silver Bullet Lite and you'll find many more ways to use this clever, versatile gimmick in your own presentations. It's not electronic and can be used close-up or on stage, one-on-one or surrounded.
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