How to Make a Hockey Stick?

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To make a Hockey Stick, get two pieces of birch wood and glue them together, after cutting them to the desired length of the shaft. Glue carbon-reinforced fiberglass to the shaft using epoxy resin and allow drying. Cut a thin line in the mid end of the stick and glue in the blade. Curve the blade by heating it with a blow torch and applying pressure. Add more epoxy resin and allow to dry for 24 hrs. You can design a tattoo to personalize it.
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