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    do you CRH like a bear in a dumpster??? ponder this, Homie

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    cut the ends wit da blade (if in NY--- be sure you have a permit),

    the scat goes in a box,

    yer LOOOSERS in da bag--

    loupe locked & loaded --

    eye protection to scan a short stack (both sides---dum, dum)---- zip the bag for a trip to the "dump" ----

    almost forgot----

    if youze get a good one ------

    well.........

    figger that one out yerself
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    I think you are describing the same way that I have cut open the paper machine wrapped rolls. I take my pocket knife (which is not really carried in my pocket outside of my farm nowadays) and I stick it through the end of the roll, without damaging the end coin, and I pull up. Most times the paper comes off in a ring. I do the same thing with the other end. This just takes a few seconds and you have a roll opened.

    I have watched a lot of CRH-ing youtube videos just to see how others open their rolls and I always think to myself "you guys are going about it in a too time consuming or difficult way", most times with just their fingers. The closest I've seen someone do it to the way I do is when a youtuber used a knife, but he stuck it in the middle of the roll to undo the wrapper. I wanted to shout "no no, do the ends!"

    Heck, if you don't have a knife, just get some kind of pointy metal thing like a small screwdriver even. Take your coin roll and slide the pointed metal object lightly and push it through the paper end and pop it off. Like I mentioned above, then end most times will come off as a paper ring. Now do both ends. Then the paper will release the coins. Really easy and quick.

    Now unless you need to leave the rolls undamaged to use them again, this works.

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    No way...I have the exact same knife
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    Scott-- you and I are Masters ----
    if others get the same knife like Quin and I have ------
    they can be Masters too had the Victorinox since the early '80's

    the box was stinkola --- got 2 more sitting at BofA--- gotta go git 'em "2day"
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    I just rip them open by hand. Like a savage.
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    I bite the edge of the paper to get it started. It works for me as I don't have long fingernails.

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    I only cut them open if and when I can put the loose coins into a bag for return. But here I unroll the end of each roll using a small screwdriver and slide the coins out, check each coin. If no silver I just slide the coins back into that same paper roll and put back into the box with that roll top mashed down. If a silver coin or coins are removed, I install a replacement non silver coin or coins and still put the roll back into the box. The bank takes the box I return and then they open each roll and drop the coins into a bag to be sent out. If I put it in the bag they will not credit my account for 7 days.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny5 View Post
    I bite the edge of the paper to get it started. It works for me as I don't have long fingernails.
    I do the same thing! Teeth work just as good as a knife.

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    I too prefer the knife in the same manner. Works for me....

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    Yeah ! Victorinox 80's vintage - small knife blade , pop the ring off each end - very efficient !!
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    I feel like I've been hunting in a dumpster lately.
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    Plastic coated needle nose pliers. Rip off top, then bottom, takes 2 seconds.

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    I have a rail cutter from my HO train set, it allows the cutting blades to sit flat on the coin and I cut and tear the end of the roll, flip to the other end, cut that end off and then unroll the paper, nice and neat.
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    I also just rip them open like a savage. But haven't done many rolls in the last year.
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