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Shuffle Board Plans?
« on: January 17, 2005, 10:25:50 pm »
Back in high school, we used to play a shuffle board game at lunch time. Its not like the ones spoken about in threads I've seen here. Its pretty close, but does not have the wells on the sides like you see in the Legions/Clubs, etc. It has a "drop-off" part at each end where you could score points by getting "hangers". You could shoot your puck on the side rail to get a good angle shot and hit the other players puck.

Does anyone know what I am talking about, played this game? Anyone know where I could get plans? It was about 8 feet long and about two to three feet wide. You did not use the sand on this table.

I would like to build something like this for my games room. I suppose I could try to mock something up but having plans and exact dimensions would be really useful.

Thanks in advance...
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