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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot
    I actually played with plastic shuttles for two hours today. It was actually quit fun. When I went back to goose shuttles, I was sad my smash became so slow.
    did u feel more shock in your arm playing plastic shuttles

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    Read my lips . No more feather plucking .

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    Quote Originally Posted by cooler
    did u feel more shock in your arm playing plastic shuttles
    Nope, but then again, I never feel anything.

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    why bother, its not simple, seeing all the other shuttles are joint with a white string around the feathers, why if you pull the broken one out the rest will go with it too

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    Quote Originally Posted by yy_ling
    why bother, its not simple, seeing all the other shuttles are joint with a white string around the feathers, why if you pull the broken one out the rest will go with it too
    With the necessary tools, which include an awl, plier, small pair of scissors, and glue, you can repair a shuttle easily and also quickly. The repaired shuttle plays as well as a non-repaired one of the same wear-stage. I repair only new shuttles that were unfortunate enough to have a feather or two broken by mishits. I don't bother with worn out shuttles.

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    I felt that it makes sense to me... bcoz glue is more cheaper that shuttlecocks...Just glue it in and start butting it!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by taneepak View Post
    With the necessary tools, which include an awl, plier, small pair of scissors, and glue, you can repair a shuttle easily and also quickly. The repaired shuttle plays as well as a non-repaired one of the same wear-stage. I repair only new shuttles that were unfortunate enough to have a feather or two broken by mishits. I don't bother with worn out shuttles.

    Can you tell me what sort of glue you use please?
    I am into repairing shuttles now and have some pva type glue, but I am not sure about it. I weighed some new shuttles and some I had repaired and I found that the repaired ones were 0.5 gm heavier.
    What I am not sure about is what the weight variation in shuttles is. These are all Yonex AS30.

    Thanks, Peter

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