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Posted: I am looking for a staff that can fold in half or break in half for travel. I would be interested to hear from someone who has bought or made one in the past. I once saw a set that was in three sections and you could make a long or short staff by removing the center piece.Thanks in advanceAmanda
Lets steal a spaceship and head for the sun, and shoot the stars with a lemonade ray gun.
205 posts Location: Vancouver, BC, Canada
My suggestion would be to have a piece of PVC piping as a center piece to join two seperate staff sections of metal or wood. Also, if you are stuck on metal, try making a staff out of plumbers piping with threaded ends. You can then get a small threaded joiner to screw them into. Earth my body, water my blood, air my breath, fire my spirit
92 posts Location: tell me when you find me
Hi Amanda, depending on where you are located, Juggleart in Melbourne sells sticks that come in three pieces, for travelling, possibly the very ones you heard about. Last I saw, they were made by Concentrate and cost around 120 bucks, but that was quite awhile ago, maybe more by now. Theyd probably be on the juggleart website. ...Firebreathing? Magic is only part of it my friend, diet does the rest!
Thanks people. I have no plumbing skills so I will first have a look at what juggleart has to offer.Thanks againAmanda Lets steal a spaceship and head for the sun, and shoot the stars with a lemonade ray gun.
just thought i would dredge this up from the depths for no apparent reason..other to make people question their own judgement.. erm...this is only a temp account until i get home and get the password to my usual account...sorry (itsa still the same flipping wierdo though)