Gambler Six Shooter (Pre-Tuned)

Gambler Six Shooter (Pre-Tuned) Rubber
Approx. $ 14 USD
Price $

User Ratings (6)

Speed 6.9
Spin 6.8
Control 7.0
Tackiness 1.6   
Slightly tacky
Weight 3.6   
Sponge Hardness 5.0   
Gears 4.6   
Throw Angle 3.6   
Consistency 10.0
Durability 5.7   
Average durability
Overall 5.7 10
Manufacturer Details
Speed 86 / 100
Spin 97 / 100
Control 95 / 100
Tensor Yes
Anti No
There are 1 users using the Gambler Six Shooter (Pre-Tuned).
Use of pre-tuned technology makes this an all around attacker's dream. Six Shooter relies totally on mechanical grip, (the Japanese technology of creating spin) with high elasticity and sponge that allows for energy load and friction transfer into the ball. Six Shooter Pre-Tune has a soft feel, designed for controlled attack and maximum ball penetration into the sponge.

Reviews (6)

Brj  on 10/15/2011

I disagree with most of these reviews. Spin is not great on serves or little swings. But if you can loop, It has massive spin. Controllable loop arc and distance. Loops almost identical as hurricane III neo, but WITHOUT the TACK and more consistent through out it's life. I can feel it bite the ball like a pit bull. Fantastic!
mrz  on 6/4/2010

as far as I can tell same sponge as outlaw. The topsheet has shorter pips and that pretty much kills the catapult effect that outlaw is so good at. it is difficult to get a good grip on the ball for spinny loops. not a good rubber. don't bother with this one.
bullgtr  on 4/6/2010

For my game this rubber is just dead !!! I can get my balls to pass over the net and spins are like the ones I used to get with those pre made big 5 paddles (cheap ones)... This is very personal but I did not like this rubber... The dawei inspirit series are much much better.
Anonymous  on 3/2/2010

I had a normal sixshooter I suppose same topsheet in red and had the same experience, no grip on the ball like shortpips. I could increase the grip using vegetable oil which made it playable. Based on different reviews I think there is a big difference between the red and the black topsheet.
Spidy  on 3/1/2010

My friend said this rubber is a pips-out rubber without pips, and I have to agree. The throw angle is that of a super-anti or similar, and the top-sheet feels pretty hard to be put on such a slow rubber, so there is no control. After all, this rubber is said to be designed for attack, but frankly I don't see how anyone could attack with this rubber save a flat smash. Maybe I got dumped the older versions of the rubber but these rubbers felt absolutely horrible and dead. Besides, I am not the only one complaining about these rubbers. I have three friends who also tried these rubbers in their own blades and they all were utterly disappointed. I would personally rather play with Donics cheap-o utility rubbers for beginners, 2,50$ a piece.

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