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Are Victor 500 good shuttle's to practice with?

Discussion in 'Shuttlecock' started by Jenni00, Mar 27, 2012.

  1. Jenni00

    Jenni00 Regular Member

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    I just bought a ArcSaber 10 and well while practicing with my brother it seems we have gone through a lot of shuttles "MAVIS 2000".

    Since we smash much more than we used too "Thankyou AS-10" i want some cheap training shuttles withe medium speed.

    The local store has theses cheap shuttles in stock:

    COSCO AERO 777
    VICTOR 500

    The next thing they have are the MAVIS 10 but i would rather buy either other the above two since MAVIS are quite a bit expensive compared to the above. I am very interested to know what the VICTOR 500 bring to the table since i have already played with the COSCO 777 and well they dont have natural flight but still are VFM.

    The store also has COSCO 727/737 but both are they are pretty much worthless.
     
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    I bought a pack of 3 and well they are worthless compared to MAVIS 2000 :( The first shuttle has broken its nylon sheet in 4 places and the frame has suffered breakage also. This is sad really had trusted VICTOR to make durable shuttles now gonna try some COSCO 777's.
     

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