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PostPosted: 25 Nov 2017, 21:02 
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Blade: Tachi+
FH: Rasanter R47 2mm
BH: Dornenglanz 2 ox
Playing slick antirubbers is new to me. I bought a transformer 0,6 from DMS. I have different possibilities of blades for testing, but I understand that it could be a problem to unmount the rubber without destroying it. So I would like to make the best choice of my available blades which is

Sword 309
Butterfly Primorac

I would prefer to use Tachi+ but i have read the thread about balsa an anti. So this is maybe not a good idea.

Has anybody tried slick anti on the Tachi+ blade?


PostPosted: 25 Nov 2017, 23:32 
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Blade: Stiga Carbonado 90
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Try a blade that is stiff, have low throw angle and perhaps a hard outer ply.

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