your head explodes and you die
yes you can just take the shooting strings out and die it
no it will eventually chip and weaken the head try buying1 but that will eventually chip too
It is rare, but yes deaths do sometimes occur. Like in most sports, physical activity puts a lot of stress on the heart, and at times athletes can die of heart failure or dehydration. Lacrosse presents a unique danger, most specifically for goalies. If a goalie gets hit in the chest hard enough with a ball, it can stop his heart. This has happened in a few high school settings, and a set of parents of a goalie that passed away started a national outcry for A.E.D. machines to be on the sidelines of every lacrosse game
rit die hot water container that fits lax head and water in it hot glue gun (optional) and time
Frank Dixon - lacrosse - died in 1932.
William Burns - lacrosse - died in 1953.
Gerald Mason - lacrosse - died in 1951.
George Campbell - lacrosse - died in 1972.
Alexander Turnbull - lacrosse - died in 1956.
Charles Scott - lacrosse - died in 1954.
You use RIT dye, that can be purchased at any local drugstore, supermarket, hardware store or arts and crafts store.