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K2 Raygun vs Sierra Reverse Crew

Hey I was wondering what was your guys' input on these two boards. Which do you think would be a better solid all mountain board for a progressing beginner? Thanks.
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Sierra boards break if you look at them funny, at least mine did (less than two days on groomers and tracked pow in the middle of runs). My Raygun, which replaced the Sierra Crew which disappeared into the void of Sierra/Trusnow/The House (latter handling Sierra's returns now) customer service, never to be heard from again, has been bombproof so far. I wouldn't recommend it for hardpack, but it's great on good corduroy and awesome in powder. I haven't used it in the park, but it has been forgiving on landing the natural kickers I've done and I NEVER catch an edge.
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