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  people are different, that's why
  Posted by: slushpaddler on Oct-18-13 1:55 PM (EST)
 

-- Last Updated: Oct-18-13 1:55 PM EST --

30 degrees works for me and my stroke and physiology, that's why.

Do me a favor and play with stroke angle. Then you'll discover that stroke angle influences wrist cocking. Add physiology or build, and you have another factor.

Which is why it's nice to have options. What's your problem with someone having options?

If there were one feather option best for everyone, we wouldn't have completely adjustable feather.


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