If you've got 20 racquets to string today, you may be tempted to cut the strings out in a hurry, and ignore USRSA sanctioned methods. To do this repeatedly, and without frustration, avoid scissors. Use shears instead, they are different. Also, they are mostly shaped with a bend that makes cutting strings from a racquet more ergonomic than straight scissors.
Michael A. -- If your flaw in stringing is consistency, http://www.youtube.com/yulitle
MRT 07-08 -- your stringing will be consistently flawed.
Last edited by YULitle; 07-03-2008 at 02:45 PM.