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yoooo. what you guys no bout them?
soft, stiff etc. how do they handle?
let me know what you know
"the only way to describe the scratch steeze accurately is to envision what the contents of Karebear vomit would look like if one of the furry buggers decided to eat a candyland board game." -300hp
alright, thanks so much man! i think ill check out the prophets too
WE DONT SKI BACKCOUNTRY Y BUY EM! WASTE OF $$$$$$$$$$$$
my friend loves his guns for a bit of pow! if you don't weigh alot then they can be a sick, good value pow ski. i gave his 181s ago (i'm 5"8, 140) and they seemed solid to me.. there are more bomber skis for sure but i would bet the guns are cheap at the moment!
My bro tried some out the other year in Whistler. He said they were a badass ski and they could cut through crud and were a great charging ski..
and secondly, this is my signature bitch!!
SKI OR DIE
dude ross there not just pow skis
there more like an all mtn ski
i see em all over the hill
there alot like the anthems
a friend of mine from new england was driving through georgia on a road trip and he ends up getting pulled over for speeding. the cop goes "son you were goin 80 in a 60. no one goes that fast through georgia." my friend responds with "well, Sherman did"
he ended up spending the night in jail
Where do you live? How tall are you and how much do you weigh? I'm a pretty small guy (5'2", 110lbs) and got them out of desperation since they were the only pow skis i could find my size (i got the 164's) and they turned out to be amazing. I've got a pair of karmas and only ride them now if it's icy/hardpack out or am skiing strictly park. The Guns are an amazing all-round ski. I skied them in everything from hardpack with racers to a foot of crud in sierra cement to two and a half feet of jackson hole powder. They performed great in all of the above. Sometimes you gotta throw your weight a little back to keep the tips up if you have them mounted at -1 like I do in the really deep pow but that just makes 'em more fun for skiing switch in the pow. They're very responsive and surprisingly soft, which is good for me since I usually like to take my time in the pow instead of charging. My only two complaints about them is that they do get a little noodley if you're really charging hard and do get progressively softer over time because of the silly foam core. But hey, if Mike Douglas can charge on 'em, why can't you?
If you find a good deal on them since they're so expensive, which is easy, I'd definitely suggest them.
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like i didn't already know asshole, it's on me!"-anitaskis
Nice easy going fat ski for lightweight skiers. I demoed them in Whistler and found they worked pretty well in just about everything I could throw at them. I'm 5'6", 115 pounds, and ended up buying a pair in 174cm take home to Ontario. They are no worse than the average park ski on ice, carve around just fine on groomed snow, and were great in crud and powder compared to my Scratch Sprayer FSs.
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