Post by Steve King (Admin) on Mar 4, 2017 13:46:22 GMT -6
ResinBags.com put together a nice visual to help you determine which bags are best for you. There are 3 types of bags and each side has been denoted with a red arrow to show you the speed of that side.
Post by Steve King (Admin) on Aug 13, 2016 22:26:32 GMT -6
Well, well, well. It seems that Ebay is not being quick enough to spot people still using an old, old trick to sell lawn darts. Now, I don't sell anything related in the lawn darts realm anymore since the CPSC cracked down on me years ago (don't wanna go through that headache again), but the old trick used to be to go to Ebay and sell an empty box. It was one of many loopholes in the law, since the ban wasn't on the box, but rather the game itself. The empty box wasn't always empty when you received the package in the mail though. That is what sellers would have had to do back in the day to get around the Ebay ban on selling them. Well, I just checked tonight and people are still doing that, lol (or so it seems). Here, see for yourself:
If you don't see them listed, then maybe Ebay removed them. They are usually pretty quick about it. BUT periodically at the above link you may will see people trying to sneak 'em by Ebay (NOT ME, NO WAY!). If the boxes are listed as a buy it now, then the buyers sometimes are faster than Ebay is in removing the sale. In that aspect the buyer got one over on them. People that listed them via the auction format was a bad idea since Ebay had time to remove the listing. BIN though was an instantaneous sale (I counted 15 different SOLD listings within the past month on Ebay's "sold" section, so Ebay was a bit too slow to react on those BIN sales). Ebay usually removes the listing within a few hours. It's really a race on who is faster: Ebay, the seller or the buyer.
Post by Steve King (Admin) on Aug 4, 2016 10:12:33 GMT -6
Tim Hill had us make some embroidered Resin Cornhole Bags via ResinBags.com for this nice set of Cupertino Electric cornhole boards that he had made. I must say, the entire set turned out very nice! Great job Tim!!
Post by Steve King (Admin) on Aug 4, 2016 10:04:50 GMT -6
**** DO NOT USE WATER ON CORN FILLED CORNHOLE BAGS ****
Resin (all-weather fill) cornhole bags can be washed, BUT do not use any heat whatsoever. The heat from water or the dryer may make the fabric shrink. I would recommend hand washing with woolite and letting them air dry on a metal rack (or hanging them like a recent ResinBags.com customer did [Tim Hill from California] ... see pic below). Don't put them in direct sunlight for an extended period of time, since the sun may fade the fabric from prolonged UV exposure.
Post by Steve King (Admin) on Jun 29, 2016 16:47:26 GMT -6
Bump. Friendly reminder that some people just don't know about these front two corners. I see the results all the time from customers having a puncture in their fabric that is not a seem failure. 99.9% of the time it is from these two front corners that were not dulled down.
Post by Steve King (Admin) on Jun 17, 2016 8:19:51 GMT -6
Now all of the duck cloth fabrics at www.ResinBags.com have that "broken in" feel (with the exception of embroidered bags). This sets them apart from most other sellers, since there are very, very few duck cloth fabric suppliers that offer this material. Regular duck cloth is starched, which gives it a rough, canvas feel. Bags made with starched duck cloth tend to have too much slide until the bags are played with a while and "broken in". Now you don't have to wait for that break in period! ResinBags.com is also Veteran operated.
Post by Steve King (Admin) on Dec 21, 2015 9:13:51 GMT -6
Official Cornhole Jr. Game Rules
(House rules may override these rules. These are only suggestions based on the game play for full size Cornhole game)
1.0 The Boxes
1.1 The box is designed such that they be rectangular, 2 feet in length and 1 foot in width. It shall be supported so that its upper surface, termed the playing surface, shall lie on a sloped plane with the back side held 6 ½” above the ground and the front side held 2” above the ground.
1.2 It shall be made of any material and shall yield a maximum deformation of 1/64” when 8 bags are stacked and placed on the playing surface.
1.3 There shall be a 3” hole, centered 4 ½” from the back and 6” from either side.
2.0 The Bags
2.1 There shall be 8 bags, 4 of one color and 4 of another color.
2.2 Each bag shall be a finished size of approximately 3” by 3” and weigh 1 oz.
3.0 The Setup
3.1 Two boxes shall be set up such that their fronts face each other and their hole centers are 15 feet apart.
3.2 There exists an imaginary line that continues in either direction from the front of the playing surface, termed the foot foul line.
4.0 Game Play
4.1 Two teams of two people, termed partners, shall play. Partners shall stand at opposite boxes on the same side, from the perspective of a third person, and face each other, so there is no advantage given to one team.
4.2 Each team shall have 4 bags of one color.
4.3 All 8 bags begin at one end.
4.4 A coin flip shall determine who has honors in round one.
4.5 One of the partners on the team who has honors shall begin play by throwing a bag at the opposite box.
4.6 A player may throw from anywhere behind the foot foul line.
4.7 Game continues by alternating throws between the two opponent players until all 8 bags have been thrown.
4.8 If a bag hits the ground then bounces up onto the board, that bag shall be taken off the playing surface.
4.9 Refer to section 6 for scoring and honors.
4.10 The next round starts when the other player on the team, which has honors, throws their first bag.
4.11 The game continues until one team reaches 21 or more points.
5.1 A foul occurs when any of the following happens.
5.1.1 A players foot goes past the foot foul line, termed a foot foul.
5.1.2 A player goes out of turn.
The player who caused the foul loses the throw when the foul occurred and the bag shall be removed if it landed on the playing surface.
6.1 The score shall be taken after all bags have been thrown for a round.
6.2 Points shall be given as follows.
6.2.1 Three points for a bag that goes through the hole.
6.2.2 One point for a bag that is on the playing surface.
6.2.3 One point for a bag that is hanging into the hole.
6.2.4 One point for a bag that is hanging off the edge but not touching the ground.
6.2.5 Zero points for a bag that is on the playing surface, but also touching the ground.
6.2.6 Zero points for a bag that is hanging off the front edge and is resting on a bag that is on the ground, unless the bag on the ground can be removed without making the hanging bag fall to the ground, then one point is given.
6.3 Each team is given a round score according to section 6.2. The team with the highest round score, adds the difference of the two scores to their game score.
6.4 The team who wins the round is given honors to throw first in the next round.
6.5 If both teams have the same round score then the game score stays the same and honors stays with the team who had it the previous round.
6.6 The following is a possible scoring turn:
1st throw: Team A throws and it lands on the ramp, team B throws and it goes through the hole. 2nd throw: A goes through hole, B lands on ramp. 3rd throw: A lands on ramp knocking team B’s 2nd throw into hole, B lands on the ground. 4th throw: A lands on ramp, B lands on ramp knocking A’s 1st throw onto ground. A gets 5 pts and B gets 7 for the round, so B adds 7-5 = 2 pts to their game score and has honors for the next round.
Post by Steve King (Admin) on Jun 23, 2015 11:46:29 GMT -6
Unfortunately I would have to disagree with you. MANY, well, let me rephrase, ALL sites state the same thing, and I quote: "When multiple pins are knocked down they score 1 POINT PER PIN. If only one pin is knocked down, the player scores the number ON THE PIN." -- admin