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12-10-2011, 11:21 AM
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Originally Posted by ausername1 View Post
Yeah, I thought since it was a low-kick it might make a difference but none of the things I read about testing flex seem to accommodate that... how would one properly assure the right flex on a low-kick stick?
Simple physics would tell you that a mid-kick stick would be easier to load then a low-kick. The only way to properly assure that one is using the right flex of a low-kick is to actually go shoot with it, because there are a lot more factors into a shot than just your arms. If it actually is too stiff, one could take a look at the Warrior 55 flex Int. sticks.

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