Anonymous on 5/25/2011
Slower than Outlaw. Pushes are a bit dead. I thought loops would be good with the soft sponge but Outlaw out performed this in every way.
I am switching back to my 3 month old Outlaw which is better than this brand new rubber.
I gave this three weeks to see if I can find anything good about this rubber but can't find any.
Honestly, nothing bad about it but just a very avg all-around rubber with not much spin.
harrison88 on 7/14/2009
I use this rubber on my backhand on 2.0 sponge.
Compared to Outlaw on 2.2 sponge the six shooter feels "dead". I get a lot of balls going into the net.
I did play with it on my forehand for a bit. It loops nicely but it was easier for opponent to return compared to Outlaw.
The short game is ok. I was hoping for it to be better.
Overall this rubber is ok, I'm going to try something else soon though.
gekogark1212 on 4/17/2008
What I really liked about this rubber (apart from its low cost) is the number of gears it has. You'll find that normal counters (thicker contact) will result in a medium paced ball...very linear. But you start brushing more and suddenly it plays much faster.
As for the claims that the 6 shooter plays like Sriver...I'd say close, since it is faster but a tad less spinny than Sriver.
vanjr on 4/2/2008
I have used this sheet in 2.2 sponge (and used its cousin, magnum in 2 and 2.2) and find it a good looping rubber. Very good control and decent speed based on the control. If you are coming from a japanese/euro rubber this is one you may want to try. Can't beat it for the price. Very good ball feel.
MtBikerE on 3/29/2008
a great all around attacking rubber with excellent control. It pushes & blocks really well & gives controlled serves. The speed could be more on loops, but it does smash/flat hit nice either on fh or bh. I use this with the Aces.