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Ballistik-latest sticks, opinions?

I was at Hockey Experts yesterday at lunch time just browsing and came across a rack of Ballistik 1 piece composites. I have always been a fan of unusual and big curves.

Holy smokes these sticks have some serious curves!

Has anyone had experience with the latest versions of their sticks? The Caliber 22 in particular.

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I was at Hockey Experts yesterday at lunch time just browsing and came across a rack of Ballistik 1 piece composites. I have always been a fan of unusual and big curves.

Holy smokes these sticks have some serious curves!

Has anyone had experience with the latest versions of their sticks? The Caliber 22 in particular.

Thanks
i personally hated ballistiks because they were so heavy. I had one and used it as my practice stick, and then used my synergy as my game stick. Developed a much harder shot too

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So far, everyone that's used them over at MSH have done nothing but praised them. I'd give them a roll if there was a dealer in my area.

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IIRC, the 22 cal is heavy and not so impressive. If you can get the 50 cal though, go for it...

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IIRC, the 22 cal is heavy and not so impressive. If you can get the 50 cal though, go for it...
I have not checked the weight. I currently use Synergy ST's, but was caually looking for a new stick.

How would you compare? Personal experience?

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I have not checked the weight. I currently use Synergy ST's, but was caually looking for a new stick.

How would you compare? Personal experience?
A teammate had one, only held it briefly and tried to stick handle but he was righty. I'm guessing it was heavier than an ST, maybe 520 grams?

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a teammate of mine was lucky enough to score a 52cal. it was super light, graphics were classy and he said the response was top notch.

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the 52 caliber is sick. snap shots are lightning and its super light

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