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01-23-2016, 01:18 AM

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Originally Posted by Bob Jewett View Post
I have held in the past that stiffness can affect squirt. It clearly will determine how much of the front of the stick will be included in the effective end mass. Whether there is a significant variation among maple shafts made by more or less standard methods including coring is a good question. What is clear is that weight near the front of the cue can have a large effect as shown by a lot of low-squirt designs (and Mike Page's vise-grips experiment).
Apples and oranges?
What if the vise grip was attached to a noodle?
In the "past" you were intuitive as are many pool players that are not scientists.

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