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08-08-2009, 08:03 AM

If you can get the ferrule off the shaft, there is a possibility that you can reglue it, but you will have to make sure it is perfectly aligned. Gorilla glue should be used for this, since it will swell and help the fit of the tenon ti the ferrule.
If it is a good cue that he wants to keep playing with.... he really should have it fixed right by a repairman with a lathe. The tenon machine you speak of is halfway decent for house cues, but I would not use it on a personal cue. If youre careful you MIGHT be able to make it passable...... but its worth the 30-40 bucks.
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