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Forearm points install question

Posted 01-31-2020 at 04:49 AM by Snooker Theory

[QUOTE=Pete Tonkin;6570043]Yes the front is tapered before I cut point slots
I use the dia at the forearm base as a reference.

1.150 cut point slots
1.125 A joint ring and bridge work if needed
1.100 install handle
1.082 inlay work
1.072 second round of inlay work if needed
1.062 finish size[/QUOTE
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Need a cuemaker to finish a butt blank to fit Mezz shafts

Posted 01-27-2020 at 05:13 PM by Snooker Theory

QUOTE=cwong79;6567513]Itís an oversized blank by Rounceville.

I would like a single card suits within every point. Diamond, spade, heart, etc. With this type of paua inlay ~


Joint and buttcap from buffalo horn with paua inlay. Kinda like what Ed Prewitt does.

Here is the joint type,

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Ferrule on revo shaft

Posted 01-24-2020 at 08:26 AM by Snooker Theory

=jrctherake;6564721]I was curious so, I had my cue guy put a ferrule on my revo long before most other cf shafts with ferrules came out.

I had my cue guy glue a very, very thin fiber pad directly to the red pad.

Then I had him glue a piece of tomahawk to the fiber pad...

Then my tip..

I started out with a full .5" ferrule. It was to much and totally changed the deflection properties of the revo.

So, I then had him tip...
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map the shot then work from there.

Posted 01-23-2020 at 06:11 AM by JazzyJeff87

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A lot of people have already said the same things coming in this post but another way of looking at things might help.

First, we all agree this isn't the easiest shot on the table. So first thing, put the cue ball where the object ball is. Fire it into the long rail on the way down until you find out how much of the long rail you can hit and the ball still fall at moderate to firm speed on your table. Mark that spot just for reference. OK, still using your cue ball on the object ball
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Turning Stone Classic XXXIII: players list, predictions, updates

Posted 01-10-2020 at 06:19 AM by stunshotDAVE

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No Mika or Hatch either.
Grate to see earl in, anyone know if Billy I. Or Danny d., will be present?
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Top 3 Chalks

Posted 01-09-2020 at 11:57 AM by RonRosas

[QUOTE=RonRosas;6554505]1.) Toam Pyro Chalk, can't be beat!
2,) Kamuaii Roku, I usually hate Kamaui but this chalk is awesome.
3.) G2 Chalk

All the rest, Masters, Predator, Blue Diamond are all pretty much the same, these 3 stand out!

And just a dusting of Roku Chalk on my BulletProof Break Tip and I can get insane jump with spin, draw, top! Bulletproofbreaktips.com
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Please return the Tascarella

Posted 01-09-2020 at 10:15 AM by deanoc

i sent don sherman a jackpot cue
he bought it
i figured someone did not get a jackpot since everything was shipped
i woke up one day and looked under the table,in the closet
everywhere i could

i am not demamding anyone to send me a picture

that may sound like a good idea to you,but not to me.

I made a mistake and am not accusing anyone of anything

I am admitting I made a mistake, I would rather forget it than...
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Tad 8 point, mint cond, sale or trade

Posted 01-04-2020 at 05:55 PM by ron3

Originally Posted by Bavafongoul View Post
In general, pool cues are not generally a sound Investment.
There are always exceptions but in general, absolutely not.

The best aspect of acquiring a high end custom is price protection.
What you paid for the cue will likely not drop due to supply & demand.

The top cue-makers have limited annual production which results in backlog
of work resulting in a long waiting list of several, if not many, years. Those cues
have the best chance
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