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10-08-2012, 01:17 PM
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This may not be the correct thread to post in, but I was wondering if anyone had any thoughts (advice/tips/etc) on re-curving composite blades. I'm currently using a Sher-wood stick with the Ryan curve, and I don't like the open face portion of it.

I have access to a heat gun, and a high-quality oven mitt type thing. The questions I have are:

1) Do I simply heat the blade, then bend it?
2) In order to remove the open portion of the blade, would it be best to bend in the top part of the toe, or bend out the bottom part of the toe?
3) Does this process have any adverse effect on the durability of the blade?


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