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Subject: Re: New Balls
Author: C*C*K
Date: 20 oct 2011

Poor- wrote:

> Maybe you should try the SRX balls. They are made by the same company
> that makes the Sil-X balls. They are real Russians that are filled with
> sand. Like the Sil-X, they come in the 67mm and 78mm sizes. If someone
> would like to share their experience with them that would be great because
> I thinking of buying a set of the 67mm ones for learning the 7 ball
> cascade.
>
The SRX in 67 mm is not a real Russian Ball. It is a MMX shell half filled
with very thin sand ( in my opinion to thin - so they wobble a little ).
Real Russian Balls have a very light plastic shell ( maximum 20 grams
heavy ).
Whatever, I have some SRX in 67 mm and I like them and they can be
recommended
for learning 7, but I a prefer homemade russians which donīt wobble when
they
are filled correctly.
Good Luck, Christoph.




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