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    Default Affordable shuttlecock or birds for $15-$20

    i am on a hunt for affordable birds.
    ive used aeroplane green and black, dna orange and yellow, as30, as50, wilson topline black, aeroclub
    is DNA/D&A yellow for $16 worth it?
    i heard they use the same feathers as victor birds but ive never used victor ones so i dont know.
    i dont need the very best, but just something that flies well and is durable
    please let me know your opinions
    if possible, tell me the website i can order from (i live in CA, USA)

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    how about RSL Tourney Classic?

    you can get them from the same dude who sells DNA.

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    Have never tried Victor's shuttles but the contact in TW has them in cases of 30 tubes at pretty good prices including shipping.

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    In general, Victors fly well but not very durable. RSL series all use synthetic head material and not very durable either. For $20, I may pick Chaopai Red for durability at the moment. Aeroplane Black was great value but recent batch are not so good due to the change to synthetic head.

    DNA yellow is not bad at $16. There used to be a HIQUA purple that was great value for middle grade shuttlecock, but not sure how good it is now. It may be still available at hiquasports.com. If you get a chance to try it, post a feedback please.

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    Can you tell me where you can get some DNA yellows for $16 a tube/dozen?

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    Quote Originally Posted by yusenl View Post
    Can you tell me where you can get some DNA yellows for $16 a tube/dozen?
    well, if youre a member at BCC in lakewood, you can get it for $16. otherwise, its $17

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alapongtai View Post
    well, if youre a member at BCC in lakewood, you can get it for $16. otherwise, its $17
    wow, $17 is still a great steal!!!

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