Maybe five yeats
take your lacrosse net to a store
u usually take the stick/crosse, and hit ur opponent's glove or stick/crosse
it depends , they might consider it a weapon
ok,the way you posted is ok but be extra careful because any string can be cut so be carefu
I would say the best way to make it not hook would be to string it so that the top half or third is tight (so string in every hole). next string the back half or so as loose as you want it (but make it deeper gradualy not all at once). if that does not work take it in to a proffecional and ask them to do it.
you check the head of the stick fast and quick to create a release of the ball and take it while it's in the air or ground. Be careful not to hit them though so no slashing. :)
well i know i take the string in half, loop it through the sidewall, take the top string down through the first hole, and the bottom string up through the same hole. (make sure that the string always go to the opposite side of the hole, example top string, left of the hole, bottom string right of the hole, next hole, top string right of the hole, bottom string, left of the hole,,, continue this process until u r done. hope this helped! =Þ Your best bet is to look at other completed stick heads and copy their methods. Many methods and variations to choose from .
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
Cradling is moving the stick back and forth in a half-circle around your head making it harder for the other team to take control of the ball by checking it out of your stick.
you can take a thin stick or other cylindric object and jab it into the ground. it has to be stiff. now take some string and tie one end around the stick so it would hang a little loose. on the other end attach another stick, but don't stick it in the ground. Now pull the string in one direction until its tight, but the stick not in the ground onto the ground and walk around in a circle, always keeping the string taught.