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03-24-2016, 07:54 AM

People will argue (endlessly :-) over the percentages, but the vast majority of the playability of a cue resides in the tip. Tips are cheap(ish) and easy to replace. So first, find a tip you like. Most of the rest of the playability of a cue comes from the shaft. So, next find a shaft you like. Then find a pretty cue butt, if you want. Buying whole cues just to test tips is going to be costly.

Thank you kindly.

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