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Thank You Guys - 11-06-2018, 10:59 AM

Hello guys, Thanks for posting.
Larry, your scrolling inlay on the Joint Collar is another way of the cuemaker
designing his cue. Noting wrong with that..

For me, I had to make sure I do not add on stuff on the Cue Cap, as, to not overtake, or, overpower the Original design.
But, I do realise the Owner still might want to cover the Joint Screw, and still have a nice colsure at the top.
So, I did not put anything on the sides.

Josh, 99.9% do not realize the cost of machining and do not reply after they find out.
To much inconsiderate guys nowdays. So, I stopped and only do for guys I know.
Hi Chris, Hi Myron..
Wow, 10years ... Lots have changed here from a decade ago. What happen to all the guys from the good ol' days.
When had Tikkler, Dennis Searing, ICCS, and, the cues was flowing. BB Tony cues, Thomas Wayne, Ginacues..
I meet a lot of you at the SBE at Valley Forge. Saw Tommy T there too.
On another note..
Guys, there is no "Best" in Joint Portectors. There are many guys making them, and, they all have their own style, level of excecution/workmanship,
and, they fill in all the players/collectors needs.
There are guys making simple low cost (Cheap is a negative word) JPs, for those who just want something a bit nicer than the standard black delrin ones.
There are those who make low cost/ecomomical JPs, for the pool Player that wants something nice and matching,
but, does not want to worry about losing them or damaging in their evryday useage.
And, ther are the collectors, who want something that would bring a nice closure when displaying their cues.
So, Gentlemen, Joint Protectors is not a pissing contest. There is no "Best".
I am not the best.. But, I try to make nice JP's.

The one who made your cue, is the best. That cuemaker has the same wood, rings, his sizes..
"The Cuemaker is the best JP Maker"- Alton Takata


" Joint Protectors - The Rodney Dangerfield of Pool Cue Accessories"- Alton Takata

Last edited by CueCaps; 11-06-2018 at 11:13 AM. Reason: so much mis spelt words. how do you spell mis spelt ?
  
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