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kungfusmkim
01-26-2008, 05:29 PM
Well last summer i bought a wilson N4 and got full blue gear on it and i didnt use the strings cause of winter and all. Well, this friend i know, his giving me a deal on a used dunlop Ag300 9.5/10 condition for $90 not strung, i was just thinking should i buy the Ag300 or would the racquet be too different from the Wilson N4 for me to get used to. Say if i should buy it and tell me why plzz.
My best friend tells me i should just practice more with my wilson N4 since i just got it but he says its a good deal for a AG 300. so still thinking here ne suggestions?

LanEvo
01-26-2008, 06:03 PM
u know an AG 300 for $90 unstrung is about avg, tho id say for $90, it should be strung also, but its ur call

kungfusmkim
01-26-2008, 06:43 PM
but you think it would change my game cause when i see the ag 300 i picture my self doing a one handed back hand like henin and doing a flickery wristy foreahnd like federer. Where on the other hand when i see my N4 i feel like i want to hit that ball with 2h backhand like Venus Williams and foreahnd like Serena williams. Cant make up my mind

kungfusmkim
01-26-2008, 06:43 PM
Its also tax free ^.o

racquet_jedi
01-26-2008, 11:08 PM
Ask him if you can test it out first...

If he says no, then tell him he's got no business...

meowmix
01-27-2008, 07:06 AM
It's not an exceptionally great deal, but it's decent. But the change will be a huge amount. The AG 300 will have a lot less power. I suggest you try it out first, before taking the plunge.

kungfusmkim
01-27-2008, 07:56 AM
Thx you 2 XD ill ask him if i can demo

TsongaBonga
01-27-2008, 08:34 AM
Demo, demo, demo!

DomStar7
01-27-2008, 08:54 AM
It is a huge change, i mean going from a 111sqinch head to a 98sqinch head is a huge difference.

i have an n4 and i bought it in december 2005 and it is still going strong.

and you can get a brand new one for $159.99 on tennis warehouse so im not sure. if i was you i would just go onto the clearance at tennis warehouse because some of the rackets on there are alot better than the ag300

meowmix
01-27-2008, 09:48 AM
It is a huge change, i mean going from a 111sqinch head to a 98sqinch head is a huge difference.

i have an n4 and i bought it in december 2005 and it is still going strong.

and you can get a brand new one for $159.99 on tennis warehouse so im not sure. if i was you i would just go onto the clearance at tennis warehouse because some of the rackets on there are alot better than the ag300

Define better. Each stick is suited for a person. There's no chance a 5 year old is going to be playing with a NRG MS.

kungfusmkim
01-27-2008, 10:15 AM
And im using a MP N4 not a OS hehehe. If i had an os in my hands ill be making 50 unforced errors and 110 mph serves lawl But b4 i got the N4 i was thinking aobut getting an RDS002 not tour. for 90 bucks on an 9.5/10 AG300 seems kinda good i tihnk but i nkow its not 9.5 cause he used it b4 me and he breaks strings easily like every 2 hours.

kungfusmkim
01-27-2008, 10:16 AM
O yeah and ne way is there a change in the racquet it self if it gets re strung alot of times? I heard it got softer or something but you cant notice it. I know this guy and respect him in real life so no shipping fees either on the AG300

DomStar7
01-27-2008, 10:23 AM
yeh i hit errors but not 40 more like 20 per match and i hit about 10 aces or so and im going to downsize to a 95sq or 98sq head probably yonex rqis 1 or k blade 98