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Subject: Re: New Balls
Author: C*C*K
Date: 19 oct 2011

Lathrisk wrote:

> I think the decision is currently between 110g Skoshballs (cheap), 62mm
> MMX (medium) or 67mm Sil-X (expensive!).
>
> At present I am learning 7 ball cascade and I'm hoping some new balls will
> freshen up the process.
>
> Any advice?
>
I wouldnīt recommend 67 mm SIL-X for establishing 7 Balls ( only if you are
kind of good with 7 , lets say 150+ Catches , they make sence ).
I wouldīt either recommend 62 mm MMX , they are to small , which ends in
non-accuracy ( they are only good , for the first start with 7 , to learn
the flash).
Why donīt you stay to your Mister Babache Soft Silicone ?
You are used to them , so why not going for 7 and take them with you ?
I juggled them 2006/2007 and they worked well for 7.

Personaly I prefer "Homemade Russians" 78mm / 90g for 7. But itīs kind of
hard to flash them in the beginning , cause they are big.

I would recommend good Homemade Russians ( minimum 67 mm / 90 g ) , with a
coarse sand filling when you want to change from your Beanbags to Balls,
but
be aware that you mabye need 2 month of training with them to get the clue.

I have never found a commercial ball which could win a fight against my
Homemade Russians.

Good Luck, Christoph.




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