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PDF – Magic Snapper Magic Trick – Detailed Plans and Instructions.

The magic snapper is a wonderful effect that is suitable for all ages.

For those wishing to make their own magic snapper.

Here is a fully detailed 7 page PDF manual that shows all steps required with coloured photos and full descriptions

Magic Snapper Magic Trick Instruction Manual

For those unfamiliar with a Magic Snapper, the snapper consists of two parts.

The first part is wooden section that is effectively hollow.

There is a rubber band protruding from one end.

The second part has a conical shaped end with a round section of dowel with a notch cut out at the end.

The performer holds the “Body” part, approx. horizontal, in one hand whilst holding the “Head” part in the other hand. The “shaft” of the “Head” part is then introduced into the “Body” part. The performer appears to “hook” the “shaft” onto the rubber band inside the “Body” part and as the “Head” part is withdrawn it flies out from the finger tips as it “snaps” into the “Body”

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Unfortunately, spectators are unable to undertake this seemingly easy task!

Your purchase here is for a fully detailed coloured 7 page PDF document that shows step by step how to make your own Magic Snapper.

The paragraphs in the manual are:

Description

Performance

Materials Used

Process to make your own snapper

Operation of your Magic Snapper

Upon payment, you will be emailed the PDF document.

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Magic Snapper – Magic Trick

Magic Snapper

The magic snapper is a wonderful effect that is suitable for all ages.

The magic snapper consists of two parts.

The first part is a 90mm length of square profile Tasmanian Oak, 15mm x 15mm that is effectively hollow. There is a rubber band protruding from one end.

The second part, also of Tasmanian Oak, has a conical shaped end with a round section of dowel with a notch cut out at the end.

The performer holds the “Body” part, approx. horizontal, in one hand whilst holding the “Head” part in the other hand. The “shaft” of the “Head” part is then introduced into the “Body” part. The performer appears to “hook” the “shaft” onto the rubber band inside the “Body” part and as the “Head” part is withdrawn it flies out from the finger tips as it “snaps” into the “Body”.

How to use the magic snapper.
The performer introduces the hook shaped shaft into the snapper body.
How to use the magic snapper.
The performer endeavours to catch the rubber band with the hook.
How to use the magic snapper.
Once “hooked”, the performer releases the end of the snapper
How to use the magic snapper.
The conical shape part flies into the snapper body
How to use the magic snapper.
The conical shape part flies into the snapper body

Unfortunately, spectators are unable to undertake this seemingly easy task!

Note: A fully detailed, 7 page PDF manual is also available should you wish to make your own snapper. –

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