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08-22-2012, 02:22 PM
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Originally Posted by Jarick View Post
Send it in and let them make the assessment. Technically you probably shouldn't, but if it's brand new and broke from a slash, it could have been defective.
Indeed. Even when you break a stick on a shot, there's normally been a slash or some other impact that has weakened the stick to the point where the shot breaks it, legit manufacturing defects are fairly rare. Manufacturers say they won't replace a stick that broke due to slashes and whatnot, but in practice they often do. May as well send it in and see if they give you a new one, although the replacement may not be the same model/curve/flex.

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