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10-04-2018, 05:04 AM

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Originally Posted by I Got Lucky View Post
Hand picked triangle....what do u look for?
Triangles are cheap old school single layer tips. No separation of a lamination. That's part of their beauty. $40 gets you 50 tips.

https://www.amazon.com/Triangle-Tips.../dp/B000WQ4MN8

I heard one cuemaker that drops them in water and the ones that float up he considers too soft. The others he puts in a press to harden them further, which is the way I like them.


Pool may not build character but it certainly will reveal it.

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