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To BeCue or Not to BeCue - That is the question - 08-10-2017, 10:14 PM

I acquired an Italian BeCue today and am looking forward to doing a review on it after I play with it on Sunday.

I have hit a few balls with one a while back, but that was for just a few minutes. However, within that limited time, I was able to figure out that the cue would hit solid and saw that it would easily move the cue ball around the table.

I'm accumulating cues faster than I can figure them out and review them. Somebody please stop me.

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08-11-2017, 01:15 AM

Looking forward to your review. I got a Revo, but would like to try a becue.


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08-11-2017, 05:35 AM

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I acquired an Itlaian BeCue today and am looking forward to doing a review on it after I play with it on Sunday.

I have hit a few balls with one a while back, but that was for just a few minutes. However, within that limited time, I was able to figure out that the cue would hit solid and saw that it would easily move the cue ball around the table.

I'm accumulating cues faster than I can figure them out and review them. Somebody please stop me.
I am very curious about these cues. Sincerely intrigued.

At the same time I sort of resent them in an odd way.

Anyway, I look forward to your review.


And I understand your cue problem. There is no cure.

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08-12-2017, 11:25 AM

I forgot to mention that this cue doesn't have the standard 29" shaft. It has a 31" shaft made for it, making the cue 60".
  
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08-13-2017, 10:30 AM

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I acquired an Italian BeCue today and am looking forward to doing a review on it after I play with it on Sunday.

I have hit a few balls with one a while back, but that was for just a few minutes. However, within that limited time, I was able to figure out that the cue would hit solid and saw that it would easily move the cue ball around the table.

I'm accumulating cues faster than I can figure them out and review them. Somebody please stop me.
I can relate. I'm fairly new to the game and am already fighting the urge to buy cues faster than any reasonable person should. If you're not spending more than you can afford then go ahead and buy yourself some toys! I've never heard of BeCue so I await your update as to how you got it and how it plays.
  
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08-14-2017, 08:12 PM

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I acquired an Italian BeCue today and am looking forward to doing a review on it after I play with it on Sunday.

I have hit a few balls with one a while back, but that was for just a few minutes. However, within that limited time, I was able to figure out that the cue would hit solid and saw that it would easily move the cue ball around the table.

I'm accumulating cues faster than I can figure them out and review them. Somebody please stop me.
Although it was rough at first, I stuck with it because I sensed my game would jump once I adjusted. It did. There is no doubt I've improved with the BeCue. I love it. It took several months for me to fully adjust but the cue is more consistent than any I've used.


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08-16-2017, 09:26 PM

Actually, it comes with the standard 29" shaft. There are also a 30" and 31" shaft, which are options. You should also know that the shaft has a conical taper. They introduced a version with a pro taper this month. So you need to specify which taper you want.

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08-22-2017, 07:06 PM

The documents (3 pages) has the specifications for the Becue shooting cue - shaft options and soon to be released break cue. Questions or to place an order USA@BECUEOFFICIAL.COM
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