Normally the Lacrosse head is screwed into the shaft. You can therefore use a screwdriver to unscrew the screw connecting the head to the shaft. once the screw is removed you will be able to remove the head from the lacrosse shaft
If you have an aluminum shaft with graphics ON TOP of the metal, then you can just take a quarter (because it won't scratch the shaft) and work your way around the stick scratching off the graphic. If it is composite, you are out of luck.
If you don't know how to take it off and your planing to get new stringing I suggest not doing it yourself. If you are going to do it yourself then don't cut the stringing strings untie all the knots and keep going from there. Again if your going to try to string it yourself, if it doesn't work out the first time keep trying it's all about trial and error. It took me four times to get it right and now half of my team has my stringing.
You slide the head on the shaft and put a screw in the hole on the back of the head so the head will stay on the shaft.
You unscrew the screw in the back of the head and then pull it off. You do the opposite to put it back on.
Usually there is a screw and you can screw the head through the hole in the shaft so the head will not come off during the game or when you are poke checking or throwing.
hold the top of the lacrosse head to the ground and step on the head, pinching the head to the ground under your foot and pull on the shaft of the stick
You cut the extra string off
Put the ball in your stick, make your stick eye level. & see if you can see some of the ball over the head of your lacrosse stick. Meaning, that the whole ball is not completely inside the whole stick. If it is inside the whole head of your stick, you need to tighten your netting.
You use nylon strings called sidewall and tie knots and loops to string the mesh into the head.
40 inches long for a short stick including the head
The shaft in lacrosse is the stick part. The butt is the rubber stopper on the end of the stick. The head is the plastic part which has the pocket. The shaft is the part of the stick where you hold it.
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The bigger stick is primarily used for defensive players and is 72in long(With head) The smaller one is used for every other position and is 42in long.(With head)
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no, a Fiddlestick is a miniature lacrosse stick. In all leagues of lacrosse there are guidelines and requirements for the stick. it has to be a certain length, the head cant be to pinched, etc. Fiddle sticks are too small and do not meet requirements for playing in games. Their sole purpose is to mess with at home or with friends.
the perks of pinching a lacrosse head is that its easier to control the ball... it makes it harder for the defense to get it out... so basically it keeps the ball in your stick with little effort.
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