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John

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      • Currently 5/5 Stars.
        June 28, 2013
    • What good is a cue that won't hold chalk? This is a must have if you own your own cue. I've even used it to shape a mushroomed house cue at the nearby sports pub so a friend could shoot with it. Compact enough to fit in your cue case or even in your pocket.


      • Currently 5/5 Stars.
        June 28, 2013
    • I love this break jump cue. It's my first one and has significantly improved my break. I've made the 8 ball on break twice with it so far and even made 7 balls in on the break on a bar box at my favorite sports pub.

      Also, I know this is not it's intended use but it's something I like about the cue: the two piece forearm comes in handy when I play at a friends house that has an 8 footer in a room slightly too small for shots where the cue ball is frozen on the side rails, no more elevated shots or bumping the wall with my regular playing cue :P


      • Currently 5/5 Stars.
        June 1, 2013
    • It does it's job just fine. The pocket is a little small but I managed to fit my tip tool, a box with 2 pieces of chalk, my joint protectors (while the cue is in use) and even my Q Wiz shaft cleaner all at the same time. I am, however in the same boat as Trip68 in the sense that I now need a 2x2 only a couple of weeks after buying it, so if you buy it make sure you aren't gonna turn around and buy a break cue the next week.


      • Currently 5/5 Stars.
        June 1, 2013
    • What else needs to be said? They fit nice and snug, and they seem like they'll last just fine. It's better to have them and not ever "need" them than it is to need them and not have them (in which case it'll be too late). I'd hate to be the sorry fella who bends the male end of his joint because he didn't want to cough up 10 bucks for a set of these.


      • Currently 5/5 Stars.
        June 1, 2013
    • I've had my Action STR09 for a few weeks now and I've been playing a lot with it. It is my first cue, and I am more than satisfied with it! I don't own a table so I never really justified buying an expensive cue but when I found this inexpensive, sharp looking cue I pretty much had to order it. Looks great, feels great in your hands, it's nice and straight, the joints rest together nice and flush... no complaints here! And to much dismay of those who initially teased me (all in good fun) at the bar, yes, having my own cue has "made me better". They're not laughing now when I mop the floor with them and their banana shaped, mushroom tipped house cues ;)


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Location: Houston, Texas

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