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Should have known better,,,,,
Well I won a used Shot Bandit Plus on Ebay,,,,Like always the auction pic looked better than it was ,, to be expected ,,but it really looks good at first glance,,,

Upon closer look,,,some of the long segment wires look wavy,,,they are next to my straight edge,,,, I threw at the Bull and heard a deep thud wire sound and noticed the Double Bull ring not level it is very loose in the board ,,

It is a shame,,I like the densely packed sisal,,,My darts barely penetrate,,,and I can really tell the difference in how the Storm conversion points stick and my regular steel points,,,and a quiet board it is,,,,

I wonder if I can glue it back,,,,?? I guess you get what you pay for at $17.50 plus $15.00 sihpping,,,,,

Keep on aRockin',,,,,
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Sorry to hear of your bad experience what a shame .... I just don't understand why people do a con like that for such a small gain.

I suppose it's in their nature...from what you have written I wouldn't waste more time and money just bin it.


Better luck in the future


Cheers

PS Just give them the review from Hell on Ebay
Dorian
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I have glued the bull ring back in on a Target Pro Tour board that I had. It came out not long after I got the board. I used super glue gel as its easier to control and put on then the straight liquid super glue. The bull never moved after I did it and I destroyed that board, bull held up well. If you glue it just try not to get glue anywhere but on the bull ring, otherwise it will make the board hard in that spot.
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(09-20-2014, 02:12 AM)Shanesaw Wrote: I have glued the bull ring back in on a Target Pro Tour board that I had. It came out not long after I got the board. I used super glue gel as its easier to control and put on then the straight liquid super glue. The bull never moved after I did it and I destroyed that board, bull held up well. If you glue it just try not to get glue anywhere but on the bull ring, otherwise it will make the board hard in that spot.

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(09-20-2014, 02:30 AM)Cyanide Wrote:
(09-20-2014, 02:12 AM)Shanesaw Wrote: I have glued the bull ring back in on a Target Pro Tour board that I had. It came out not long after I got the board. I used super glue gel as its easier to control and put on then the straight liquid super glue. The bull never moved after I did it and I destroyed that board, bull held up well. If you glue it just try not to get glue anywhere but on the bull ring, otherwise it will make the board hard in that spot.

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Hahahaha Guests cannot see images in the messages. Please register at the forum by clicking here to see images. I'm going to make a vid of all triple bulls. I only have 2 on vid now so I'll get a few more just for you lol
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unlucky, Dirty G had a good fix for repairing a broken bull but I dont think it would work with the shot plus because of the plastic backing.
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