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Rank: Rookie

 

      • Currently 5/5 Stars.
        February 13, 2012
    • Always wanted to try this chalk and have to say when I finally did I was very impressed. Much stickier but also has more grip than the usually masters or silver cup chalk. Even chalks up on a phenolic or bakelite tip like it was a leather tip. Love it and definitely wont go back to any other brand.


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      • Currently 5/5 Stars.
        January 15, 2012
    • Bought this to play around with. Ended up putting in the lathe and reshaping the taper to a 10mm x 330mm pro-taper. I installed an Elk Master tip and replaced the brass ferrule ring with a short piece of aluminum arrow shaft. The shaft is now quite good for shooting over and around balls, also it draws like nobodies business (2 full lengths of a bar box). Long straight shots and long English shots are however pretty difficult. Think I'm gonna make a tight grained white oak shaft with the same dimensions and compare.


      • Currently 5/5 Stars.
        July 9, 2011
    • Bought two of these now. Bought the first one as an experiment to try the wood pin joint. Removed the phenolic tip and installed an XTC ferrule and an elk master tip. Shoots amazing and feels very much like a good one peice stick. Has better feel than any old Meucci I've ever used. Love it so much I use it in league play now and went and bought me another to use for breaking. For breaking it isn't bad but needs more weight (I'm a big guy). I added weight up to 24oz and its much better. Only bad thing about them is the shafts are pretty long so you will have to be careful that it fits in your case.


Location: Ohio

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