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Joey

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      • Currently 5/5 Stars.
        March 26, 2014
    • If you only own one cue, or sometimes only travel with one cue (you can always break off the wall) this is a great option. Action cases set the standard, both in quality, functionality and price! My girlfriend uses the 1X2 to carry her cue, I have the 2X2 to carry my shooting and breaking cues. In the fall I will likely purchase the Action 4X8 to carry what by then will be 2 shooting cues/shafts, 2 break cues, spare shaft for each shooting cue and a masse shaft. The only thing I'm not thrilled with is the little pocket, but since it is her case and she doesn't need as much space as I do, this isn't a big issue.


      • Currently 5/5 Stars.
        March 26, 2014
    • This is a handy tool to have with you. I use it even when there is a more standard bridge available because it has many more options. It fits very snuggly on a standard cue, and can be fit onto my break cue. It is a tight fit and will require some fighting to get it on, but this ensures it is more stable during your stroke.


      • Currently 5/5 Stars.
        March 1, 2014
    • This is a very handy item to have in your case. Nice for a quick fix! I use this at the start of each session on my break cue and as necessary throughout the evening to get my break cue back to a nice smoothness. Remember though, not for use on fiberglass, fiberglass coated and graphite shafts.


      • Currently 5/5 Stars.
        March 1, 2014
    • This tip is absolutely fantastic. It is incredibly hard, and I can break with it just as well as others using phenolic with the added bonus that once I get back home and get into league plays, this tip doesn't have a risk of being banned. A few of my buddies here have actually used my break cue with this tip as a shooting cue and were able to achieve surprising amounts of ball control, so you don't need to worry about sacrificing control for power.
      I had Pooldawg put the tip on before I got the new cue, and they did a fantastic job.


      • Currently 5/5 Stars.
        March 1, 2014
    • I got this cue in an 18oz with a Samsara Break/Jump tip, and must say I am very pleased with the breaks. My breaks were developing nicely, but without a consistent cue to play with getting them to really explode was difficult. After having this for just about a week now my breaks look like a professional's; you can't tell which side of the table the balls were racked on, and the CB does a satisfying little hop off the front ball. SVB himself would be a little jealous...
      I have not yet learned how to jump, but another fella here was using it in this manner extremely effectively.
      The quick release does feel a little cheap, but this is just due to the quick release. It isn't threaded all the way down the joint, so there is a bit of slop until the threads have caught. Once it is screwed down it is very solid.


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