I hope you mean on a Lacrosse stick. Electrical tape would not make a very good stick of any kind, lacrosse or otherwise.
That said... not especially, no. Electrical tape isn't really designed for that purpose, and the adhesive on most kinds doesn't work all that well on something that's handled frequently, particularly the plastic sorts (the cloth ones might work slightly better). It's likely to peel and/or get "gummy" after a while.
yes but idk y u would. itl be fine as long as the mesh stays dry
just try it because i did it and my stick is just fine
It depends on what age you are talking about. If it is middle school or youth lacrosse you should be fine with little to no experience. But if you are looking at college lacrosse, you definitely need prior experience.
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Depends on where the cut is but cutting it to fit your height is fine.
Electrical current is doing fine. It is measured with an ammeter.
No way,there FINE.
You can have only one stick of ram for an R50 Thinkpad. 2 would be optimal for better performance however one stick will operate fine.
Hey! Haha well i am a lacrosse player, so i should know. You hold the stick straight, and use your wrists like hinges to twist the stick. This motion is not only for wrists, but arms as well. They should be moving back and forth in the same motion as the wrists. Everyone cradles differently though, some people cradle the stick back and forth acrosse their body, other like to keep the stick on one side. However you choose to do it is fine. The best advice i can give you though, is practice! The best way to teach yourself is to get some experience! Hope that helps! ~superfluffa~
a metal stick with a handle will do just fine!
you did it fine just there actually.
there are exterior stick on lights that will do fine in that moisture