Banshees: Cards for Throwing (Standard edition) with Online Instructions - Trick
- Regular price $21.00
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A fusion of card throwing awesomeness -- with a sonic scream.
Card throwers destroy dozens of decks while practicing their throwing. Banshees are engineered with a blend of high-grade plastics to maximize cutting and penetration power, all while keeping the cards extra-durable so you don't waste money on ruined cards.
Banshees were conceived, developed and designed by acclaimed playing card creator Jason Brumbalow after hearing a card thrown by World Record Holder, Rick Smith Jr., make an audible whistle. This led to the idea of practice playing cards designed exclusively for throwing, that could withstand hundreds of throws, and that made an audible 'cry' when slicing through the air. But you don't have to be a major league pitcher to create an impressive sonic boom. These cards have a uniquely shaped, die-cut, set of holes, designed to optimize the signature 'scream' while ripping through the air.
For those who want to keep track of their increasing stabbing power, a special measuring system is included on the faces. The edges have been bevel cut to maximize carving and penetration ability.
Banshees are the result of an unyielding attention to craftsmanship and the first ever playing cards that are the new standard to creating impact with your card throwing.
Want to learn how to throw like the pros? Achieve optimal throwing power and preciseness by purchasing Velocity by Rick Smith Jr. on DVD. No other video lets you in on this much card throwing technique and performance information.
I bought the cards for my grandson (7 Y.O.) because he was working with old Jupiters Casino cards with a central punched hole. These genuine throwing cards arrived very promptly, but were not opened for 9 days according to our strict quarantine rules at home. Our grandson loves them! He is already slicing bananas and carrots and has a good long throwing range. His Dad decided to record a "slow-mo" of him throwing a card towards the camera - it is an exciting sequence ending with the sound of the card hitting Dad's forehead behind the camera. He didn't realise that the little fellow could control his aim so well! There was only a small cut, but we know that the cards are making a sound as they approach. Great catds, thank you.