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05-05-2020, 06:43 PM

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Originally Posted by cuesblues View Post
The actual balance point doesn't factor in with so many other important variables.
Are you saying this as a cue maker, a cue trader, or a player?

Every cue maker who has ever made me a cue has talked about how they would control the balance.

Balance is one of the reasons they use different pins and joint materials.

When I buy a cue, I discuss every aspect of the cue. I have played long enough that I know what I prefer.


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