Going to hit with POG

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by McStud, Sep 10, 2006.

  1. McStud

    McStud Rookie

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    Just picked up a friends POG strung with BB. I am going to hit with it tomorrow night. Can't wait to try it out. What should I be looking for in this racquet? I can't believe it only has 14 mains!
     
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  2. nadalito92

    nadalito92 Rookie

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    POG? what is that? and 14 mains? will you get spins with that?
     
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  3. returner

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    one the sweetest racquets i've played with. i might even place it over the ps 6.0, which is the ultimate racquet that was ever produced.
     
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  4. Duzza

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    put 3 grams on 3 and 3 grams on 9. It makes it even better.
     
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  5. McStud

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    well i hit with it tonight. it felt alright. it is a very well build racquet, but when i hit the ball anywhere near 9 or 3 oclock, it was twisting in my hand. unfortunately i broke the strings after playing with it for 15 mins.. :(
     
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  6. shawn1122

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    double post
     
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  7. c_zimma

    c_zimma Semi-Pro

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    Prince Original Graphite
     
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  8. pchoi04

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    Yeah... POG with lead on 3 and 9 make it a sweet racquet. I only put total of 3 grams on mine but plays really well. The new POG seem to be much more head light than my older POGs so the lead make it feel much better.
     
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