L-STYLE and LARO Systems Explained / JUST ADDED: How to get rid of the RATTLE!
(09-07-2017, 07:21 AM)greenbean Wrote: Does anyone have experience with laro carbon locked with slot lock rings?  I got some laro polys but they dont hold the flight near as tight as my trusty pro grips.  I went laro only because they come in extra short size as pro grips do not. Any intell would be appreciated! (P.s. i use both L-rings and target titanium rings)

Carbon laro's hold the flight on very well in my experience. Here they are with titanium rings and regular flights + supertrue moulded flights - both types are equally tight on the stem. Hope that helps.

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Yes that does help, thank you very much. @ 18$ a set i wanted some solid feed back. Looks like my next purchase. And a FYI for anyone wanting to get laro poly clear red...there acually pink ??
My main arrows - Shot! Longitude 918 3 series no.5 20g full set up,  Target pro grip stems (short), lippoint no.5 points (dynasty no.5 conversion for steel), harrows marathon flights (punched), target titanium slot lock rings
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Thanks for posting this information OP. After plenty of research, I decided to go with the L-style Carbon locked Flight system (330/medium). I'm very happy with my choice. They're very durable and pleasing to look at. I'm currently on the fence about getting the L-style Shell Lock Punch. I'm not sure I want to put holes in my custom flights.
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(12-04-2017, 03:21 PM)Spencerdl Wrote: Thanks for posting this information OP. After plenty of research, I decided to go with the L-style Carbon locked Flight system (330/medium). I'm very happy with my choice. They're very durable and pleasing to look at. I'm currently on the fence about getting the L-style Shell Lock Punch. I'm not sure I want to put holes in my custom flights.
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I bought the Shell Lock punch about a year ago with loads of cups and used it only twice... wasn’t pleased with the quality and the cups are slightly too small for the hole punched. Also 1 robinhood and the cup will split or crack.
Got back to the standard slot lock rings and flight punch which works better for me personally.
Currently using:  Unicorn Gripper 23G
Best Dart Leg 2018:  14 Darts
180s goal 2018:  41 / 100

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(12-04-2017, 03:33 PM)RubennnV Wrote:
(12-04-2017, 03:21 PM)Spencerdl Wrote: Thanks for posting this information OP. After plenty of research, I decided to go with the L-style Carbon locked Flight system (330/medium). I'm very happy with my choice. They're very durable and pleasing to look at. I'm currently on the fence about getting the L-style Shell Lock Punch. I'm not sure I want to put holes in my custom flights.
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I bought the Shell Lock punch about a year ago with loads of cups and used it only twice... wasn’t pleased with the quality and the cups are slightly too small for the hole punched. Also 1 robinhood and the cup will split or crack.
Got back to the standard slot lock rings and flight punch which works better for me personally.

Thanks for the info..MUCH appreciated. I'm also seriously thinking about switching the plastic champagne caps to the metal ones which was suggested by another member. That should alleviate the split/crack champagne cup on a Steel Dart set up, but it will add a little more weight so it will probably require a slight adjustment as well.
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DAYTONA FIRE JP-01JP-02, DF-10, DF-11 & DF-01
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(12-04-2017, 04:25 PM)Spencerdl Wrote:
(12-04-2017, 03:33 PM)RubennnV Wrote:
(12-04-2017, 03:21 PM)Spencerdl Wrote: Thanks for posting this information OP. After plenty of research, I decided to go with the L-style Carbon locked Flight system (330/medium). I'm very happy with my choice. They're very durable and pleasing to look at. I'm currently on the fence about getting the L-style Shell Lock Punch. I'm not sure I want to put holes in my custom flights.
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I bought the Shell Lock punch about a year ago with loads of cups and used it only twice... wasn’t pleased with the quality and the cups are slightly too small for the hole punched. Also 1 robinhood and the cup will split or crack.
Got back to the standard slot lock rings and flight punch which works better for me personally.

Thanks for the info..MUCH appreciated. I'm also seriously thinking about switching the plastic champagne caps to the metal ones which was suggested by another member. That should alleviate the split/crack champagne cup on a Steel Dart set up, but it will add a little more weight so it will probably require a slight adjustment as well.
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I would go for the standard metal champagne cups rather than the shell lock cups & punch.
I’ve used the white/purple Jelle Klaasen Lstyle flights with purple metal cups for quite some time and didn’t feel any change in terms of different weight distribution or balance/center of gravity.
The metal ones weigh about 0.2g +/- as you can see here

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Currently using:  Unicorn Gripper 23G
Best Dart Leg 2018:  14 Darts
180s goal 2018:  41 / 100

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Thanks RubennnV, that's exactly what I was thinking. Once again Much appreciated.
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DAYTONA FIRE JP-01JP-02, DF-10, DF-11 & DF-01
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No problemo Smile
Currently using:  Unicorn Gripper 23G
Best Dart Leg 2018:  14 Darts
180s goal 2018:  41 / 100

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great help i bought a set of fix one because if the rattle but now its fixed thank you
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Great Review just recently bought L style system and have been loving it.
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