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P88. He uses his own stick curve.
He doesn't. His stick has a slight curve to it.
you take a blow torch heat your blade up then jam your stick under a door and lift the stick to the type of curve you would like and let cool and enjoy
the curve from the shaft to the tip of the blade
No because if you fold it in half then the curve would stick out and if you fold it you'll also get the curve sticking out.
As you are powering your shot, move your analog stick the way that you want the ball to curve
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P87A.He uses his own curve.That is the public curve made to sell sticks. The curve he uses is a round toe and totally straight.
You curve it by putting it in boiling water. take an oven mit and bend it. immediatly put it in cold water.
No, it has a very slight curve to it.
For equipment legality purposes it is generally accepted that if you lay your stick down so the forehand (the inside curve) is on the ground a puck should not, or with resistance, pass through between blade and ground.