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Craig

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      • Currently 5/5 Stars.
        May 6, 2013
    • so i bought this, blue diamond, and master chalk, this has by far become my personal favorite, i pull it out every time i play, only chalk that goes on my cues, granted i was trained by old school players so im used to chalking alot, every shot is what they tell me, but with this i find myself only chalking before my first shot just to have a fresh coat on it, dont ever really misscue with it, have ran a full rack of it without chalking just to see, and wasnt playing center ball, and no miscues on it, but habit keeps me chalking often, but really no need to all the time with this.


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      • Currently 5/5 Stars.
        May 6, 2013
    • ok so, by far one of the best tools you can get for your bag, it has metal sand paper so it doesnt wear out like normal sand paper, and does a great job shaping the tip, good poker on the back side, made of nice heavy metal, and the anti mushroomer works great for most standard sizes, granted i cant use it on my mali, but thats cuz my play cue has a tiny tip, i use a 10 on that, but for my gf's cue, break cue, and my friends cues, its great. always have it in my bag.


      • Currently 5/5 Stars.
        May 6, 2013
    • So I picked this up for my Girlfriend for her Christmas gift, since she wanted to start playing the sport that i play so much, well she loved it, perfect weight for her, i put a tiger sniper tip, personal fav tip, and i figured i would test it out as well, well needless to say, it plays very nice, great feel, and if you are a player that likes a soft touch, i would recommend it, perfect balance, i got in the 17 oz size for her since she has a bad tendency to shoot hard... took a while to break her of that habit, but now she is doing a lot better, getting much better control, and wont need to replace this, like most would with a cheaper starter cue, great for beginners, anyone who wants a light weight stick, or just a casual player. very nice look on it as well.


      • Currently 5/5 Stars.
        May 6, 2013
    • So i have used a varity of tips before, kamui, le pro, elk master, and a few others, personally this is by far my favorite tip, it lasts like a medium, plays like a soft, and some of the best ball control you can get in my personal opinion, but in the end pool all comes down to how you like to play, but this is deffinately one i would highly recommend, after my first one, i ended up putting one on all my play cues and my gf's cue i got her, the tip changes pooldawg does are flawless, but if you already have the cue you can go to your local pool repair place, or do it yourself, theres lot of places you can learn how, its not to hard, but i would recommend using cheap tips to try and figure it out first, these are very nice tips, and a cheaper alternative to using a kamui.


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      • Currently 5/5 Stars.
        December 11, 2012
    • Love the wax, makes a nice smooth cue shaft. easy to apply and shine on the cue, lasts a while and doesn't come off easy. Now I posted this lil secret somewhere else but I figured I would put it with the was as well, its a lil old school but it works.and I do it with this was and its perfect.


      With a waxed cue if your cue ever gets slightly grippy on you, open up your wallet, grab the most crisp bill, fold it in half long ways twice, then run it up and down ur cue nice and quick, the dollar had wax on it as well which adds slightly to the wax on the cue if urs is running low, and if you have to much pulls off of it, also it creats friction and smooths out ur cue leaving it silcky smooth. So yeah lose the glove get a dollar bill you will thank me


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Location: Oregon

Playing Cue: Mali level 2 386-5
Break Cue: Elite 27 break
Jump Cue: Poison jump
Cue Case: action
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