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Black Knight Carbo-knight

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by macs8703, Apr 18, 2003.

  1. macs8703

    macs8703 Regular Member

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    does anyone play with a black kight carbo-knight 703 racquet? i am waiting for mine to come from california. i am from new york so its taking a week to get here.

    i was just wondering if anyone has played with one and if so how is it?
     

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    oh the irony... sicne BK racquets are made in Quebec, they probably had to ship it through NY to Cali in the first place!

    Anyway i've never used the 703 but lower 700s racquets tend to come with horrible string. If you find your racquet to be powerless with little control, don't blame the racquet. Change the default string asap.
     
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    I thought BK racquets are made in China. :)
     
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    Isn't the main distributor in Quebec?

    Cause that's where all the coaches order the stuff from.
     
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    macs8703 Regular Member

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    thanks

    thanks for the info
     

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