totalone: true one piece?

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  1. ryangib

    ryangib Registered User

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    is the totalone a true one piece, or is it like most warriors where the blade is fused to the shaft and painted over??

    anyone?
     
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    It's a true one piece stick.

    The one100 is more similar to the warriors with the fused blade/shaft.
     
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    The One100 is an updated One95 which is also a true one piece.
     
  4. ryangib

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    so i got my hands on a broken totalone, would i have to flip it over, and put the blade at, what is now the butt end of the stick?
     
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    One95 was a true one piece with monocomp contruction, one100 is not a true one piece, as was said before.
     
  6. DevsFan84

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    yep.
     
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    I believe so, yes.
     
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    thats a bummer. i hate doing that.
     

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