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Thread: Which paint pen to get for signed pucks

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptPantalones View Post
    I avoid paint pens at all costs. too tempermental in bad weather

    go to your local walmart. Elementz metallic silver or golds markers. You get a 2 pk for 94 cents. works great on most pucks and has a decent shelf life
    I agree with Brandon, the elementz markers work better than the silver sharpies and the autos look great. Cheap too.
    Looking to trade for 1990-91 Upper Deck or 2010-11 Upper Deck autographed cards.

    Current totals
    signed UD 90-91 cards: need 19 to complete the set.
    looking for UD 10-11 signed cards, need about 300 !

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    Quote Originally Posted by tragically fish View Post
    I agree with Brandon, the elementz markers work better than the silver sharpies and the autos look great. Cheap too.
    I agree too!! They work great (better than silver sharpies in my opinion), and are cheaper in cost (I seem to get very few returned in my ttms).

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    Quote Originally Posted by dodgerdon View Post
    I agree too!! They work great (better than silver sharpies in my opinion), and are cheaper in cost (I seem to get very few returned in my ttms).
    not sure if you've looked lately Don, but do they still have them at Wal Mart stores in your area ?
    Looking to trade for 1990-91 Upper Deck or 2010-11 Upper Deck autographed cards.

    Current totals
    signed UD 90-91 cards: need 19 to complete the set.
    looking for UD 10-11 signed cards, need about 300 !

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    Quote Originally Posted by tragically fish View Post
    not sure if you've looked lately Don, but do they still have them at Wal Mart stores in your area ?
    Yes they do. Still 94 cents for a 2-pack (gold or silver)

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    Quote Originally Posted by dodgerdon View Post
    Yes they do. Still 94 cents for a 2-pack (gold or silver)
    good stuff, I need to pick up a few more next time I'm down in Western NY. Thanks
    Looking to trade for 1990-91 Upper Deck or 2010-11 Upper Deck autographed cards.

    Current totals
    signed UD 90-91 cards: need 19 to complete the set.
    looking for UD 10-11 signed cards, need about 300 !

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    Scott Niedermayer

    I sent Scott a Devils puck and a silver paint pen one week ago. Yesterday in the mail it came back signed and personalized. So cool and generous of Scott. Sent it to his home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tragically fish View Post
    good stuff, I need to pick up a few more next time I'm down in Western NY. Thanks
    Ken, I've been in a couple of different Wal-Marts and they both seem to have discontinued the elementz silver and gold 2 packs. :(

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    pens

    Michael's art supplies has them for like $2.25 for two

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    Mike Richter

    Rangers puck, personalized and added nice note to my letter only one week!

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    Could you please post the address you used for Richter? Thanx.

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    Mike Richter

    2016 Hilltop Rd
    Flourtown, PA 19031

    I think that sending a puck probably got his attention first vs. a card.

    Good luck!

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    Metallic Silver Paint Pen

    My preference for hockey pucks is to use a metallic silver paint pen (I like the sharpness of the auto it produces). It's been a while since I sent a puck ttm, but when I did I always sent the puck in a puck square and I would tape a small piece of cardboard to the the logo on the center of the puck. this would ensure two things: first, when they would put the cover back on, even if they would press real hard it wouldn't smudge the signature, and second, that they would sign in the black space around the logo.

    As the others have mentioned I would rarely get the pen back, but this is something I expect and a small price to pay for some of the awesome pucks I got back.

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