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What kind of feather shuttlecock good for tranning?

Discussion in 'Shuttlecock' started by longbodie, Feb 16, 2010.

  1. longbodie

    longbodie Regular Member

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    I'm looking for a shuttlecock which is good durable and price ~ 20$/ dozen for practice....
    I tried Gogo, Victor and Dunlop, they're not so good. Any ideas for me, how about Yonex?
    Thanks in advance!
     
  2. canti

    canti Regular Member

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    what victors have you tried? 20$ is alot to work with for training birds.
     
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    singnflip4life Regular Member

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    Haha For 20USD, I'd buy Aeroplane Black (EG1130), play with them, and then use them for practice after they get too ruffled for a proper game.
     
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    hai, where can i buy shuttlecock that been used (second hand) for training purpose.If possible in KL

    tq
     
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    Never heard of something like that o___O
    I would just buy a lot of new birds, and all the ones that have been discarded as "not good for fun games" I would keep them for warm-ups and such...
     

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