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Mike H

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I've had magazine games delivered to me in large plastic ziplocs. Is there a protector that people use the most? a few of mine are beginning to rip and looking for replacments, possibly thicker packaging. Suggestions?
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Pokey 64
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Get a hanging file box/container.

Three ring binder with plastic or nylon zippered pouches for smaller games.

Boxes from the local UHaul. They have special boxes for lots of things like dishes and stuff that could work well.

Empty boxes from game publishers. Yes, some have them.
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Matthew Banner
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I recently discovered (Office Depot) "clear ultra expandable sheet protectors" that are prepped for 3 ring binders and are 3.3 mils thick. They top load and can hold up to 100 sheets each. I bought a 25 count pack. I am using them for magazine wargames and am pleased so far.
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Jason
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Just curious, are these something that would fit in magazine bags?
https://www.amazon.com/Resealable-Magazine-Bag-100-count/dp/...

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Matthew Banner
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VaultBoy wrote:
Just curious, are these something that would fit in magazine bags?
https://www.amazon.com/Resealable-Magazine-Bag-100-count/dp/...



Now that looks interesting. I read the Amazon comments for that item. One person said they stored 3/4" thick wood signs in them without trouble but thought anything thicker and you might have difficulty fitting it in the bag. I will likely buy a pack of these and try them out. The only downside for me is that they don't have the three-hole punch on the side for me to then store them in binders for magazine game usage. Thanks, VaultBoy, for the heads up.
 
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