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PostPosted: 18 Dec 2018, 10:31 
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Switching from a frictionless long pip like super block for close-to-the-table blocking, passive, which anti would be most similar Gigant or Mantlet?

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Both would be slower since they both have highly dampening sponges and neither are frictionless. A closer match would be a frictionless anti on a relatively thin sponge.

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