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  • ADR147
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    Originally posted by biankez View Post
    Hi Andrew,
    could you send me your guide tip too? Thank you
    email me adr147@hotmail.com

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  • biankez
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    Hi Andrew,
    could you send me your guide tip too? Thank you

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  • fkhan
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    Originally posted by fkhan View Post
    Please email it to me too. Thanks.
    Thanks adr, got the guide.

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  • fkhan
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    Originally posted by ADR147 View Post
    bit old now but email me i will send you it - adr147@hotmail.com
    Please email it to me too. Thanks.

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  • ADR147
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    bit old now but email me i will send you it - adr147@hotmail.com

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  • QuickDraw
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    Originally posted by ADR147 View Post
    he didn't read the tip guide!
    Can't seem to download the pdf , says invalid link ?

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  • andy 7671
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    Any chance of tidying up these links please, just got yahoo as my browser now, grrr.

    Thanks

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  • Dave_marsy
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    Maybe it's subjective but I find the tip I got hard not soft...how anyone can play with a hard tip is beyond me ...
    Pool I can play with anything
    I have taken the top of the tip away ie given it a good rub with sand paper and reformed the radius of the tip will se if it's any better tonight

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  • Dave Walton
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    Originally posted by Dave_marsy View Post
    They don't hold chalk very well.... Andrew says they need much less chalk but I do miscue more than normal with the ADR147 ss tip
    Supposed to be super soft ....I find them very hard
    I'm going back to the Grand soft ..a lot cheaper and also play better in my humble opinion
    Personally never had any problem with the ADR tips not holding chalk, and they're anything but hard, obviously it is personal preferance but for me for pool especially, the ss are perfect, maybe a little too soft for snooker for my preferance.

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  • Dave_marsy
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    They don't hold chalk very well.... Andrew says they need much less chalk but I do miscue more than normal with the ADR147 ss tip
    Supposed to be super soft ....I find them very hard
    I'm going back to the Grand soft ..a lot cheaper and also play better in my humble opinion
    Last edited by Dave_marsy; 15 June 2017, 10:10 AM.

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  • 22JOHNC
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    I have just purchased some ADR147 tips so which type of chalk appears to work the best for these tips, I have used mostly Elkmasters for several years and this will be my first experience with a laminated tip.

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  • Dave_marsy
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    Dont quite know what you mean by break ..but I use the simular method to find a good tip ..using both thumb nails to see if there is any movement in the fibres ...I like just a little movment
    But then I hate hard tips
    I find Elk Master tips play well for a week or so then go off ..much prefer the old Blue Diamond tips back in the day
    Tried a few tips of late the best for me being the Grand soft (easy to shape ) and plays well
    Don't think you will find a better tip at the price ..if I don't like this ADR147 ss I be going back to the Grand

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  • Dave_marsy
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    ADR147 ss tip ...just fitted it to my cue ..I found it hard work to trim and shape ...I will give it a go at the weekend hope it was worth the time and effort shaping it

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  • Hello, Mr Big Shot
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    The game NEEDS products to sell. Please bear this in mind next time you slate someone who's plugging something.

    No one is getting rich out of selling snooker product.

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  • Big Splash!
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    Originally posted by markz View Post
    I can't think that any of the guys were abused, it's a forum where things get debated, not even heated really. The cue makers and coaches were mainly dropping in just to sell things. Be a better place if they were just here to talk about snooker. Can't just blame the odd comment for turning them away. Cue makers left after Thaigate, Nic after plugging his aim frame and cat. I'm sure most members miss their input still but doesn't look like they will be back anytime soon.
    The exception was Terry. Ok, he may have gotten a few more calls about coaching but he had nothing to sell this side of the pond. It's a big miss not having him. I hope he's well. I like his acerbic wit as well, bloody Canadians. lol I think there were a couple of other coaches who would come on and try and help folk, like Les.

    Nic didn't help individuals much, it was mostly sales of paraphernalia they don't need. Byrom goosed him good.
    Last edited by Big Splash!; 27 September 2016, 08:35 PM.

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