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Old 12-20-2012, 04:13 AM   #9
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Originally Posted by Dragan View Post
Since bevel 1 is the same thing as bevel 5, it makes more sense that western grip is refered as bevel 1 (west = left from continental, east = right from continental, as in geography).
They're not the same. 1 is the top, 5 is the bottom.

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Also, from my experience, it's also significantly much easier to explain various grips to beginners using bevel indices, than continental/easter/western grip designations.
I don't understand what you're trying to accomplish with this sentence. You seem to be saying I should have explained grips in a different way, while at the same time, telling me to explain it in the exact way that I had.

Don't you think it would have been more constructive, instead of telling me I did it wrong, to have just posted your explanation of grips to the OP?
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