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Practice Tennis ball spellballs

Posted: 2014-06-11
by Amazing_Iltztafein
Proposal: Add foam practice/training tennis balls to the list of acceptable materials for spell balls. They will still need to be covered in cloth of the appropriate color.

Modify: A spell ball is a circular, cylindrical, or spherical shaped sack, with a diameter between 6" and 12”, which is stuffed with foam or cloth, and sealed on all sides. Spell balls may never have a stiff or solid core.

To: A spell ball is a circular, cylindrical, or spherical shaped sack, with a diameter between 6" and 12”, which is stuffed with foam or cloth, and sealed on all sides. In addition to the previous specifications, mass-manufactured foam training tennis balls may be used as spell balls as long as they are covered with cloth in the appropriate color. Spell balls may never, with the exception of the foam training tennis balls, have any type of solid core. Spells balls may never have a stiff core of any type.

The specific brand name and type tested and most commonly sold in stores is "Gamma Revolution", so anything similar to that would be acceptable:
http://www.midwestsports.com/m/Product. ... Ogod9BAATg

The NC has already unanimously passed these as safe.

Cosigners: Christopher Murphy,