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    I have been using elk tips, however recently i changed 5 tips and they all are hard, cueball contact touch doesnt feel good, cannot screw back with confident, and when i play top spin it seems the tip slips off.
    had 20 tips in a plastic bag but in a cool locker

    however i doubte

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    There are people who prefer hard Elks, myself included.

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    I have found soft Elks get spongy even before you finish shaping them plus I have always preferred a hard tip. Although it may not mean too much but

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    Elks are fine and continue to be fine. No doubt there are great alternatives, ADR's tips included but i've always had the mentality that if it aint br

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    Try Regency Pro, they are very similar to the Elks of years ago, consistent and you can choose between soft, medium and hard. See them on eBay.

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