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Old 10-01-2018, 12:58 PM
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Dave, you need to get sponsored by them, and have Cajun chicken at every event.

I wonder if an actual Bojangles biscuit would make a legal mini?
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Mini Marker discs must have a circular shape, with a diameter ranging from 7 cm to 15 cm and a height not exceeding 3 cm. Mini marker discs can be made from a variety of materials (e.g. plastic, metal, wood).
My first inclination is that most of them would be a bit too thick... 3cm just under 1".
Then again you could squish it a bit. It'd be a bummer if someone called you on the thickness cause it started out legal, but swelled up part way through the round cuz course was wet.

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