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02-07-2013, 11:54 PM
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Easton Mako Users (and RS)

Anyone here using this stick? I have the Generation 1 Mako and like some features but also not thrilled with the quirky feel for handling. But the slappers and wristers are better than anything else I've used (s19, Warrior Diablo, Dolomite). I was getting compliments on how hard my shot has been lately and I like the flex point compared to say an S19.

I am using the Hall in an 85 flex, cut down to about 56 inches.

Was wondering how it compares with the RS line? Also how it compares to the Generation 2 Mako?

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RS would have the low kick, more of a stiffer feel, lighter too. Closer to your S19.

The new Mako seems to have a better blade, lighter weight, probably pretty similar overall.

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