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Outlaw Badassery Edition (7/10/12)
This week's issue of DawgMail comes with a nifty fact. Did you know that this past weekend marked the 131st anniversary of Billy the Kid's death. Mr. The Kid was gunned down by Sheriff Pat Garrett on the night of July 14th, 1881.
And why do I bring this up you ask? Because this particular anniversary provides an easy transition to this week's pitchy goodness - Outlaw Cues. Well really I'll be shilling for both Outlaw cues and cases, but you get the picture.
Once you're done checking out one of my absolute favorite lines of pool cues (and cases), you'll be rewarded with a wonderful new Dawg Training article. This week marks the triumphant return of Samm Diep who talks about the importance of keeping it simple when running out a rack. As Billy's partner Dick Brewer said in a certain awesomely awful factually inaccurate 80s flick, Regulators, Mount Up!
Outlaw OL29 Pool Cue
Outlaw Iron Horse Breaker
The Outlaw Starter Kit
Outlaw 3 Butt 5 Shaft Nexus Case
Samm Diep - K.I.S.S. (Keep It Simple, Silly)
Remember that first bank or combo shot you ever made? Or, how about that first time you kicked in a ball when you were hooked? These shots are fun to shoot. When they work, they’re exciting and can make a fan out of any beginner. These shots, however, are not exactly practical and should really only be used when necessary.
While running out a rack of 8-ball or 9-ball, it’s always ideal to seek the path of least resistance. As you become more serious and start winning more games, this is something you’ll want to consider. Resist the temptation to show off with that fancy shot and choose the sensible route.
Save the flashy shots for play time. When you’re competing, keeping things simple will help you complete more run outs...keep reading