anyone own a capone cue ??
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anyone own a capone cue ?? - 05-24-2020, 06:17 PM

if so how do you like it , i do not really know that much on him and cues .
  
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05-24-2020, 06:50 PM

Owned past tense, Mike makes nice Cue, it is said a great skillful player could play well with BROOM HANDLE CUE.

You ask about many Cues, most the Cues you ask about can play great, in the hands of Skilled PLAYER.

Not Arrow, it is Indian that kills game with their skill, that feed tribe or family.

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05-24-2020, 07:31 PM

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if so how do you like it , i do not really know that much on him and cues .
VERY HIGH QUALITY CUES....
Mike been making since early 1990's
Cues dont come often on secondary market either
excellent workmanship and always play great too


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05-25-2020, 12:47 AM

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Owned past tense, Mike makes nice Cue, it is said a great skillful player could play well with BROOM HANDLE CUE.

You ask about many Cues, most the Cues you ask about can play great, in the hands of Skilled PLAYER.

Not Arrow, it is Indian that kills game with their skill, that feed tribe or family.

IMHO.

im just old man trying to get up to date on all these cues . im a late 89 player , if you grew up without the internet the only cues you saw or heard about was in a catalog , or talking at the pool hall .

dude im so old local billiard store had the predator line which i think came out about that time behind the meucci rack on the wall. you youngins dont know about 80ties pool era rofl . it sucked when looking for cues , now you got a million choices . back then we had like 10 lol
  
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05-30-2020, 04:12 PM

Very good playing cues and very good construction. I am on my second one. Point construction as good as it gets. Nice quiet hit on his flat faced wood to wood cues- but all joint set ups by him play real well. I think some of the best non-weight balanced cues available.
  
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