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01-31-2017, 05:17 PM

Phew. Please don't take anything >10mm for Snooker, it's just wrong and will not work in a desired way.

For me, playing a smaller tip has increased accuracy! I attribute it to the fact that I'm able to see where I hit the CB exactly and don't have to do guesswork like crazy.
I play pool with my Snooker shaft. It took me one evening to fully adjust!

Take a Cuetec Fusion shaft with 9mm.
Seriously, it's a revelation, stable and cheap. If you play pool you can screw on a R360 with 12,7mm and be merry there.

Cheers,
M
  
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