Originally Posted by gulyassy
For certain shots the light jump cue is the nuts. I agree that for certain shots the heavier jump cue will control the cue ball better, but to get over 3 inches away and coming down in a short distance the light cue will dominate. And for a shot 2 feet away and further the light cue will dominate.
I have my Anvil B/J cue that is wonderful for the jump that need control, but for the hook that is a balls with from the object ball I know I can get over it and make the shot quite often. If I am 2 feet or more away I can jump with the extended jump length of 46 inches or 54 inches. It has 3 handles 6", 12 and 13" to make the size that works.