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07-19-2019, 06:39 AM

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Originally Posted by jimmyco View Post
If by good, you mean shoots lights out, I'll let you know when I find it.

My first cue ever is a good cue, I reckon. '93 Schon SL14.
I say I reckon as it's still a virgin. Stumbled on an eight point Buss before the Schon ever hit a ball.

But weren't no rich kid. It was a 60th birthday present to myself.
It was in 1964 when I bought a two piece cue at Oshman’s Sporting Goods in Houston. I was a sophomore in high school living in Crockett Texas. After I bought the cue I hitchhiked from Houston back to Crockett with cue in hand. No case. It’s about 120 miles from Houston. It cost me about $12 It was unwrapped so I wrapped it myself with some silk thread I bought at a fabric shop.


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