Burning Blades

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  1. Patrice37

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    hey i just got a CCM vector 110 with a thornton curve. yes...its hook. i was just wondering if your able to slightly heat up blade and bend it back a little bit so its not as much of a curve. or if i should just leave it alone and get used to it.
     
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    If its a wood stick/blade, you can heat it and bend it, if its composite, you will weaken the material and cause it to crack an break.

    Only heat it if its a woody
     
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    ok thanks...ill just get used to it then i guess
     
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    I think the Reechi has a little less curve then the Thornton. I used the Thronton for awhile and really liked it.
     
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    thats what mine was before...but i didnt like it...i used the the other day during practicing and was riping some screaming wrist shots of it and i decided i like that...i just wanted to take a bit of it so it could be better for slapshots
     

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