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I've heard some refer to the mizuno mp-62's as blades and others saying that they aren't blades. On the internet, references are mixed as well. I know they are forged irons, but are they technically "blades"? if not how would you characterize them?
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They have a CB appearance, but the demand from the player is very blade like, best for below about 5 hc..... or for anyone liking to play a very workable "bladelike" CB.

I have been hitting them when I bought my MP-57 iron, there is more of a chalenge in the MP-62, but I prefered the "old" grooves...... and when I would be ready to move up to the new grooves...... I would rather go for the MP-68 or maybe MP-69 (wait another year orso).
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I'd call them "don't miss on the toe or you will be punished irons". There isn'at alot of forgiveness out there. Heel side miss and thin ok, toe equals 20 yards.

That seems to be common in Muzunos. i have the MP-57 and love them, i seldom miss on the toe but i do it goes nowhere. Most of my misses are fat or thin...fat nothing helps you and thin they are pretty good. When hit properly....there is nothing like them!!

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