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 Post subject: Short Pips
PostPosted: 07 Dec 2017, 02:53 
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Looking for short pips that suit FH play.

Hammond FA
Waran
Rakza PO
TSP Tyranno
...any other suggestion?

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 Post subject: Re: Short Pips
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Did you try 802 I sent you? Or these are not considered FH SP?

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 Post subject: Re: Short Pips
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I have them on my attacking bat right now, and they are pretty good. I think it lacks a little too much throw and grip, even for SPs only because they are 1.5mm. Therefore, I've ordered the 2.0mm version.

While playing them, it's actually gone surprisingly well, although I haven't really trained the stroke at all. I was curious about more modern versions, and softer versions. So I think I need to feel a few more examples before settling on something, and drilling my forehand.

The Hexer Force Pips felt terrible in 1.7mm on the FH even compared to the 802. So I stuck with the 802, just more intuitive to me.

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