Introduction: How to Pinch a Lacrosse Head

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How to pinch a Lacrosse Head

Step 1: Materials

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You will need, a ruler or mess. tape, a pencil, a lacrosse side wall string, three chop sticks, a knife and obviously a lacrosse head.

Step 2: Placing the Top Spacer

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Measure the inside width of the top of you lacrosse head. 

Then cut one chopstick to length with the knife and point the edges.

Now insert the pointed ends into the top side wall holes.

Step 3: Creating the "pinch"

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Loosely tie the side wall string around the middle of the head and through the side wall but make sure the knot is super tight.

Now take a cut down chopstick and place it in between the gap in the side wall string, begin twisting.

Once the desired pinch is achieved, place the other chopstick through a hole in the side of the stick to keep the twisted string from unravelling.

Step 4: Pinching the Head

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Now the pinch mechanism in done.
Time to form the head.

Step 5: Forming the "pinch"

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Boil a large amount of water in a big enough pan to fit your lacrosse head in.

Once the water is boiling, place the head (bottom side in first) in the water.
Keep it there for about 5 minutes.
(I know i put it head first, I later had to flip it)

Now run the head under cold water to cool it off.

Step 6: Finishing Touches

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Undo the strings and stuff and string your self a nice lacrosse stick.

I will do a tutorial how to string a lacrosse stick too.

Comments

Electronickid4314 (author)2014-07-22

What head gait torque?

Nooooooo Way to nice to skrew around with. Its like the Gait Bedlem or something. I don't recommend using nice heads as a first try at this.

Kiteman (author)2013-04-13

What is the benefit of pinching?

Loading.... (author)Kiteman2013-04-22

Sorry about late reply.

But pinching increases the hold on your lacrosse stick, therefore harder for the defender to knock it out.

Thanks

Kiteman (author)Loading....2013-04-23

Oh, that's sneaky - I like it!

Fish Nerd (author)Loading....2013-04-22

I was gonna ask the same thing

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