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Just wanted to point out that looking at herodiscusa.com they have some lighter weight (163gram max) Aviar PnA in KC pro plastic. Any link between this and these mythical KC pro P2's that some people have their hand on?
All I have to say is... I want some (KC pro P2s and Heavier weight Aviar PnA's in KC Pro)
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They've had those for a while and I haven't pulled the trigger on them yet. I am interested to see how they feel and throw but I like DX enough.
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I've seen the KC P2s. I really wanted to buy some but I am a little to steadfast to my challengers at the moment...
Paul McBeth shows off his black KC P&A Aviars in this vid at the 4min mark. He says DX but for some reason I want to swear they are KC...
I would be really interested in some KC P&As for the wife... but alas
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Innova has been pumping out a lot of black p&a aviars. They feel great and a fellow staffer switched to them.
The KC p2s aren't the best putters. I really like them for driving. They get yeti bouncy on putts. The plastic is more like a yeti-KC blend
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