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Experience with a P92 Naslund curve?

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03-16-2009, 05:50 PM
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Experience with a P92 Naslund curve?

I recently ordered a Supreme One95 with a Malkin curve and I just got an e-mail saying it is out of stock. I've been using a Malkin curve for a while now and I'm not sure if I should just get the Naslund curve instead because they have it in stock.

What are the pros/cons about the Naslund curve and if you can share any experiences with the curve that would be great.

Also, is it good for slapshots and wristshots?


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Originally Posted by MalkinFan71 View Post
I recently ordered a Supreme One95 with a Malkin curve and I just got an e-mail saying it is out of stock. I've been using a Malkin curve for a while now and I'm not sure if I should just get the Naslund curve instead because they have it in stock.

What are the pros/cons about the Naslund curve and if you can share any experiences with the curve that would be great.

Also, is it good for slapshots and wristshots?
Never used the P92 (Naslund).

But it is a very different curve then the PM9 (Malkin).

The P92 is an open toe curve. 6 lie.
The PM9 is a straight faced mid-curve. 5 lie.

It will probably take a period of adjustment to get used to it.

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to have used it for a long time, here's my though abot it :
Pros
nice snap shot
great saucer pass
wrist shot raises easily

cons
backhand can suck big time, it's hard to lift your backhand shot in close quarter
difficult to keep your wrist/snap shot low

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i have been using the nasulnd P92 curve for a while and i love it but before i had a straghter curve and it took a lil while to adjust too but i love it know and its good for wrist shots but also for back hands i dont finds that hard......and wirst shots i find accurate.....

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I don't recommend going to p92 from a pm9. You'll be shooting everything too high and have trouble keeping passes flat for a while, plus it has a much higher lie...

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