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    Default Century Pro Tips

    Just wondering if anybody has tried these tips.
    From the description they sound good and claim to be consistent :

    http://www.craftsmancues.com/acata

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    Am sure Mark.willians is using century tips but mite be wrong
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    Yup :-)

    They are very consistent. Best pressed tips out there, I can only recommend them.

    Playing the G2.

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    I think you’ll find both Williams and Higgins are playing with them knocking the Kamui’s on the head.

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    Best tip I've ever used.
    So consistent with amazing longevity.
    I've tried all sorts and I'd recommend these to everyone

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    Not heard a bad word said about these tips I have to say and would give a try but do like ADR147’s laminated tips.

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    hi, im using mike wooldridge super tip ,like to try a century tip how dose the h

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    Thanks for the replies everyone.
    Sounds all good then, worth giving them a try.

    Going through that period where every elk I put on

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