Green Biscuit Snipe Shooting Puck
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Green Biscuit Snipe Shooting Puck

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Snipe Puck is rated 3.6 out of 5 by 8.
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

The Green Biscuit Sniper puck is an off-ice training hockey puck that will help you and your team develop passing, stickhandling, and shooting skills.  The Biscuit weighs about an ounce less than a hockey puck but with the added friction from the concrete or asphalt it acts just like the real thing on ice.

The Sniper Green Biscuit IS designed for shooting -  it has been engineered to withstand the impacts from shooting.  Your surface doesn't have to be perfect for the green biscuit, but the better the surface the better the performance

Improve your muscle memory and strength from the comfort of your home.  Puck weighs approximately 5oz.

RATINGS & REVIEWS

Rated 3 out of 5 by from great while they last. ive had them all, the biscuit is great for passing, (the light green one). and the snipe puck, (dark Green) lasted a long while, i have the shooter trainer net, with the 3 back stops to avoid the puck from flying over the cross bar, and the 2 side nets on each posts. puck worked great for awhile, after denting the heck out of all 3 post, she survived awhile.. but eventually they give out.. still a great puck, but you just can't tell the life of each one, they will break eventually.. but they are great for practicing while they last.
Date published: 2016-05-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A Green Biscuit that can take your hardest shots! Bought these SNIPE puck because the first generation Green Biscuit is NOT for shooting. Well, these SNIPE pucks are tough and have survived hard shoots on pipe, against curbs and hours of street play. Although, they are a bit less stable than the original Green Biscuit, it is a worthwhile trade up because the weight feels much more like an ice puck and you can shoot it without the puck exploding into pieces. If this were as stable as the original G-Biscuit, I would have given it 5 stars.
Date published: 2013-04-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Product This is definitely my favorite puck I've ever owned. The only problem with this puck is that when shot off of the posts, there will be slight indentations in the puck. It's really not a huge deal for me because it will still work as intended. When the puck becomes too worn out, I will definitely buy another one. Extremely great for passing, shooting, and stick handling.
Date published: 2013-11-16
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Disappointed My son took this puck right after he got it to practice stick handling and was passing it off his Extreme Passer when the puck broke into 3-4 pieces. I am afraid to see what would happen if he shot it at the goal and hit the post! We are disappointed in the quality of the puck and will not purchase another one.
Date published: 2015-02-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A well engineered puck, but not unbeatable. I have this Sniper Biscuit for few months and used it several times. I like its durability and the weight of it, which enhances my wrist power when training. However, this one is NOT UNBEATABLE. I know overly abuse can still damage this Sniper Biscuit, so I never shoot it against any hard material other than the boards in the hockey rink and the metal frame of the goal. It hit the board only when I missed the net, not intentionally shooting it against the board and the metal frame. Yesterday, 11/9/2013, I was practicing passing and some shooting with a friend in the roller hockey rink. We did not shoot this puck to any very hard surfaces, but both of his Sniper Biscuits were completely broken. And this morning, 11/10/2013, one of my Sniper Biscuits got several cracks from the edge toward the center. Overall, other than the decreased gliding ability, I like this puck; however, I will rather spend money on other cheaper roller hockey pucks which can actually hold up even longer than the Sniper Biscuit. Everest Ashburn, VA, USA
Date published: 2013-11-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good until it breaks I had two green biscuit snipes for a while, about 6 months. Then they got stolen out of my bag so I got two more. I used the two new ones pretty sparingly and got about 4 months use before they cracked. I most often shot against a fence in the tennis courts in my neighborhood. However, last week I was at an outdoor rink passing and running one timer drills with one random person who was there. After about 30 minutes one of the snipes split in half along one of the three screws. 15 minutes later, the other one cracked in the same spot. These green biscuits definitely slide better than a roller hockey puck on the outdoor rink. They stay flat when passing and are noticeably heftier than a roller hockey puck They are about twice as pricey and the lifetime was pretty low. I've had about a dozen other roller pucks and have only ever broken maybe 2, the rest I lose by shooting over the fence into the woods. I want to get more to replace these but I am still deciding. For the same price as 2 of these I could get 4 regular roller pucks
Date published: 2013-11-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Pretty good product It can withstand a pretty good beating. It holds its form for about a month with it being used 2-3 times a week for an hour or so. I just try not to drop it on edge if I can help it and it seems to help it last longer.
Date published: 2016-05-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Quick simple aid My son loves his green biscuit! Uses it everyday for 30 minutes with other aids. Making for soft silky mitts
Date published: 2016-10-30
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PRODUCT Q & A

Does this puck work on rough asphalt?

Other similar pucks bounce around and cannot stay flat when passing.
Asked by: Anonymous
I was skeptical, but ultimately impressed. As far as stick handling this is fun to use. Pretty rough asphalt in front of my house and it slides pretty well. On smooth asphalt it is phenomenal.
Answered by: TravisM
Date published: 2017-05-24
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