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Jbear

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  1. A pro player might have an FT4 Pro (or any stick) made to his spec and sometimes they want it heavier. If you get pro stock...ask for a weight before you buy otherwise you take your chances.
  2. Yeah...totally get that. Some YouTube reviews are really helpful, but too many are just reading the marketing, commenting on the "awesome graphics," and the weight. Then they say they can't wait to actually use it. That is meaningless. At least you have some experience with it. Thanks for the input.
  3. ...would it be worthwhile to try the True Catalyst PX? I can't find much in the way of reviews. The Tacks twigs are perfect for me, but I'm always interested in trying new gear. Thanks all!s
  4. I use 2s Pro (2 piece) and DX (3 piece), and used to use FT1 (3 pc). Doesn't matter...if it fits...it stays. More important is the base layer having no-slip applications. FWIW...the 2xPros are the most protective of the three. I don't feel restricted by any of them.
  5. I found the 2n and Supreme S1 to be among the most protective...especially in that area. At least the retail version. There are some pro stocks of all types with beefed up padding. Might be worth looking into.
  6. Just sold some FT1 pro stock...too narrow and tight for me. You might like them.
  7. Sometimes pro stock sticks are heavier (or lighter) as per that particular player's spec (as was mentioned). I always ask for a weight. Have also found flex to feel different on some pro stocks (if so...usually stiffer). There's a fantastic variety of gear available, but...you have to be a lot more knowledgeable. Cost/benefit...as with everything. SidelineSwap is AWESOME with support...at least in my experience.
  8. I ended up gluing velcro on each surface with super glue. Seems to be fine and I like that I can remove/reposition.
  9. That's a great idea. Maybe I can glue a velcro patch on one surface and the companion patch on the D30.
  10. Apparently D30 recommended your standard cyanoacrylate, so...I'll give it a try.
  11. I have some D30 that I want to glue to my shinnies. It's on inside of my knee, where I seem to be prone to stingers when blocking shots. The material is some synthetic cloth. What type of glue would work best for this? Thanks all!
  12. Couldn't remember exactly when I started using them...thanks for clarifying. And so...my question stands?????
  13. What modern twig would shoot the closest to an 85 flex retail Synergy from the early-mid 90's?
  14. I think prostocksticks.com has a McD like this. I'm RH too, so...I'm accustomed to having about 32.3% of the choice that the normal hockey world has
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