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    My brother pointed out this cornhole maker that is local.

    I've been playing it at various outdoor gatherings this spring/summer...

    Link: http://ravercreativewoodworking.com/beanbag3.html

    "Featured here are two 36"L x 24"W solid wood heavy duty game boards of the highest quality!
    Regulation size game boards (48"L x 24"W) are also available."

    Any thoughts on size?

    Mike

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    Mike--
    I've never played on a set of the 36x24, so can't comment on that aspect.

    I built a 48x24 set for my son's h.s. graduation party, and we've taken them with us on a couple of weekend trips since then. And they're stored in the garage.

    The 36x24 would be a lot easier to store and transport.

    Daryl

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Daryl RL
      Mike--
      I've never played on a set of the 36x24, so can't comment on that aspect.

      I built a 48x24 set for my son's h.s. graduation party, and we've taken them with us on a couple of weekend trips since then. And they're stored in the garage.

      The 36x24 would be a lot easier to store and transport.

      Daryl
      That's what the site says as well -- especially for tailgating.
      But I suspect that would be an infrequent event.
      I confirmed from my brother in WA that the pair at his house are the bigger, regulation 48x24, so I might opt of that.
      Now to get spouse clearance...

      Mike
      HT Gear (AVS Link)
      Rk: MA WR-37-32
      Pwr: 20A, Surge-X SEQ, M1500-UPS
      Proj: JVC RS20, 128" 2.4:1 CaradaBW, ISCOIIIL, CineSlide, RadianceXE
      Cbl: DirectTV C31/700 Genie receiver
      Rec: 5308CI + XPA-3
      BR: Oppo BDP-103
      Gm: 360 Pro
      LR/C: RS1KSig/RSC200Sig
      S/R: RSS300/RS250MkII
      Sub: SVS PB12-Ultra/2
      Off: HRT MS DAC, USP-1, UPA-2, ERC-1, Ultra10, WAF-1 Ninja+No-Rez
      Off2: Gizmo, WAF-1
      TCA: 3x Gizmo 1.0or,5x v1.0M; 5xWAF-1

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      • #4
        Regulation - www.playcornhole.org/rules.shtm

        Per my cousin (an avid player):

        You gotta go with the regulation, it's not the same if it's not.
        http://www.playcornhole.org/rules.shtml

        ...and his comments for my wife...

        "Bring it, soccer mom!"

        :)

        Mike
        HT Gear (AVS Link)
        Rk: MA WR-37-32
        Pwr: 20A, Surge-X SEQ, M1500-UPS
        Proj: JVC RS20, 128" 2.4:1 CaradaBW, ISCOIIIL, CineSlide, RadianceXE
        Cbl: DirectTV C31/700 Genie receiver
        Rec: 5308CI + XPA-3
        BR: Oppo BDP-103
        Gm: 360 Pro
        LR/C: RS1KSig/RSC200Sig
        S/R: RSS300/RS250MkII
        Sub: SVS PB12-Ultra/2
        Off: HRT MS DAC, USP-1, UPA-2, ERC-1, Ultra10, WAF-1 Ninja+No-Rez
        Off2: Gizmo, WAF-1
        TCA: 3x Gizmo 1.0or,5x v1.0M; 5xWAF-1

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