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    anyone ever tried this brand yet? i want to try it so bad i just havent had the time or money to get do it.

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    Check out their website, they have videos of a lot of their product.

    I'm currently shooting a lot of 1.3 shows with Wolverine. They've used some of their class C stuff in their shows to mix things up. They do have some great products. They use a lot of scrambling comets, lots of fish too. Vivid colors. Only complaint i have is they can't seem to just focus one cake on one effect. Always like to throw a TON of effects into one cake. (not that thats bad...lol, but if you're looking for just a single effect cake, its hard to find).

    I'll be getting about $500 wholesale (if i can work it out) of Wolverine stuff this year...most likely anyway.
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    i just picked up some of thier shells. im going to pop them at PGI next week, ill let you know how they are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by norwoodpk
    i just picked up some of thier shells. im going to pop them at PGI next week, ill let you know how they are.

    they were good!

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    Quote Originally Posted by norwoodpk
    they were good!
    Which shells did you use? Sky Plazmas? or were they actual WOLVERINE brand shells? dont' offer those on the west coast...that i know of.

    Shot a few more of their 1.4 cakes at another show i helped with last weekend.

    Screaming Memmeies (spelling?) (500g cake) GREAT cake
    Nines (3", 9 shot cakes) HUGE breaks, great color, must have for me
    Willows (3", 9 shot cakes) Pretty good breaks, long lasting willows, good buy

    and a coulpe more...but i forget....lol, so far so good though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Switchfoot55
    Which shells did you use? Sky Plazmas? or were they actual WOLVERINE brand shells? dont' offer those on the west coast...that i know of.

    Shot a few more of their 1.4 cakes at another show i helped with last weekend.

    Screaming Memmeies (spelling?) (500g cake) GREAT cake
    Nines (3", 9 shot cakes) HUGE breaks, great color, must have for me
    Willows (3", 9 shot cakes) Pretty good breaks, long lasting willows, good buy

    and a coulpe more...but i forget....lol, so far so good though.

    the ones i shot were 3 inch ball shells(color)
    i also bought some of their 500g cakes but not have shot any of them.
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    I really liked their 200 gram cakes "swimming pearls" and "gold willows"! Swimming pearls is an all go-getter cake 100 shots and the willow cakes have good breaks with color in the middle of the willows..very nice.
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