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08-17-2008, 01:31 PM
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Originally Posted by BrianNYR View Post
buy the same stick and send the old one back to the manufacturer with the new receipt
works every time
And then when that one breaks you are SOL.

Companies like Easton...I believe Bauer is too are now serializing sticks so this little scheme will no longer work.

If you can't afford to have an OPS break, you shouldn't be buying them.

Would you really ask your friend to risk his job just so you can cheat the company out of a free stick...?

As for inserting a tapered blade. You'll probably need to cut it a few times and clean out the area before you are able to insert the blade. If that sounds like too much trouble, just cut the shaft higher up and insert a standard blade. Least this way the stick will still flex as designed. There is really no reason to put the blade in the other end.

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