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JB cases - 01-15-2012, 12:58 AM

Of my cases past and present, I prefer my JB cases. I have a 2x5/3x4 hard case that I generally use. I also have a 4x8 butterfly case that I trust my nicest cues to. I sold my Whitten case after getting the butterfly case.
I've never owned a Justis so I won't say anything good or bad.
What I don't understand is why buying a Justis makes anyone more patriotic. I won't even say that 20-plus years of military service makes me any more patriotic than the next guy. Who am I to judge?
If you want to know which case will protect your cues, the answer is both. They do have some different features, and what you or I want in a case is a matter of personal preference.
The question is, which case suits your style?
Please let us know what you choose!
Karl


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Table: Wendt Company 4.5x9 Kling copy
Cues: too many!
Player: McWorter or Barnhart
Break/jump: Brick
Jump: Tony Layne
Cases: JBs: 2x5, 4x8-plus, 8x16 and Murnak 3x6
Location: Rockville, MD

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