To assure that power is distributed properly along the blank, all designers use flags of material that vary in modulus and weight. Heavier, stronger materials in the butt, and lighter, more sensitive materials in the tip. It makes all the difference in the final product and even allows the construction of a variety of actions and powers to be spawned from a single mandrel, but it relies on the successful coupling of slightly dissimilar materials. These “transitions” can create problems and they are an area of particular scrutiny in POINT Blanks. With proprietary adjustments in flags, bias filament and modulus, POINT Banks push the envelope on a progressive blending of materials that offer more consistent bend characteristics, lifting power and smoother load-curves from blank to blank.