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Posted 03-02-2020 at 06:41 PM by Snooker Theory

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stance when behind the shot

Posted 02-27-2020 at 11:24 AM by Snooker Theory

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whats the best way??
or pros and cons of each?
some seem to advocate standing square to the the shot
ie your body perpendicular to the shot line
some players seem to stand angled along their shooting stance
behind the shot
is one way better than the other??
your opinions appreciated
This is an edit
To be clear I am talking about how you stand when you address the shot line before you step into the shot
My question has nothing
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Wood Question

Posted 02-23-2020 at 08:14 PM by Snooker Theory

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Lots of pictures of exotics, photo of projects, and information about exotic woods.

https://www.bellforestproducts.com/

Good resource to browse.
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Color of Money Joss - Looking for info on this cue

Posted 02-21-2020 at 10:01 PM by Snooker Theory

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Carbon Fiber Shafts

Posted 02-11-2020 at 11:05 PM by Snooker Theory

QUOTE=fishermanOICUR1;6578641]I sell the blank tubes from China for $75, paypal F&F, I pay shipping CONUS. They are 12.75 at tip, .848 at joint, 30" long. You can have your cuemaker/repairman finish them out to your specs. Terry Aeschliman Galveston Indiana[/QUOTE]
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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 ~

https://luthiersupply.com/121/292/pr...nlay-0180.html

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

Here is the joint type,

http://mezzcue.com/en/technology_poo...t/united_joint[/QUOTE]
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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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