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Old September 24th, 2013, 10:22 PM
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Default Are bauer stick lies consistent?

I hope I'm not abusing a question that's been asked and answered.

My primary stick is the Bauer Nexus 1000 P92 lie 6. I also carry the Apx p08 lie 5. I've tried my damnedest, and I can't see or feel a difference in lie.

So, my question- is a bauer lie 6, the same lie regardless of what model you get... or is it possible that a lie 6 is completely different when comparing a vapor to a supreme to a nexus?

OR... Can a lie 6 on one blade pattern play like a lie 5 of another blade pattern?

The reason for the question, is that I want an APX2 in the P92. I try to keep the stick feel consistent. Will the Apx lie 6 also feel like my lie 5... or would I need a lie 5 to feel like the other lie 5, since they are both Vapor?
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Old September 25th, 2013, 07:47 AM
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The lies run the same across the different stick series'. So the Vapor P92 will be the same as the Nexus P92, etc. The different curves will play differently, but the lie feel should generally remain the same (6 will play like 6, 5 like 5, etc.)

If you lay the blades on the ground fully, the shafts should angle up to different heights.
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