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Cue tips - 04-25-2012, 09:17 PM

I need suggestions ok what tip to try now iv been using a pressed lapro and love the hard it hit but it will miscue if you're not careful is there a hard tip out there that holds chalk will that don't miscue as much but still give you a ferm hit ??? Thanks
  
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04-25-2012, 09:27 PM

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I need suggestions ok what tip to try now iv been using a pressed lapro and love the hard it hit but it will miscue if you're not careful is there a hard tip out there that holds chalk will that don't miscue as much but still give you a ferm hit ??? Thanks


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04-25-2012, 10:51 PM

I prefer triangle honestly never used a milk dud tip i really want to though

but if you want a production tip

triangle- medium tip as long as i chalk i dont miscue going 3 tips on either side i do miscue with draw though, id imagine thats because im just learning draw.

either way triangle, milk dud you will be set for a better play that le pro
  
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04-25-2012, 10:58 PM

kamui brown M is a harder Medium tip and it holds chalk pretty well in my experience. you also cant go wrong with jeff's (pooldawg8) milk dud tips.
  
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Triangle is a great tip, but a slowly being found out secret - 04-25-2012, 10:59 PM

in the firm but great chalk holder and spin transfer tip is
Super-Pro tip, this is a laminated Water Buffalo tip, reddish in color

Dont listen to anyone but the people who have actaully played with this tip or are cueman repair guys.

I have installed 70 to 80 of these tips and I have had only 1 person want to change back to the tip they had before.

I have been buying up these tips because they are not being made anymore.

You can still buy these tips for about $2.00 to $4.00 depending on the quantity. And boxes are availavle for even less per tip if u buy in a box.

One of the best held secrets!!!!!!

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04-26-2012, 04:00 AM

There's only one choice out there! Tiger Sniper! Holds chalk better than any other tip. Keeps it's shape w/o mushrooming. Hard yet porous allowing all the spin you could possibly use!


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04-26-2012, 05:02 AM

okay, I'll be the wet blanket, the forum cop, whatever you like . . .

wouldn't it be better to sort out what tip is the best to use on, for instance, the main forum, then, once decided, post here on wanted for sale indicating "WTB: xyz tip"?

the point being not to cause the people's listings to get pushed down into obscurity who actually have items for sale or wanted to buy.

carry on.

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04-26-2012, 05:54 AM

Hell try them all ti ll you find the right one ... Milk duds from pooldaw8 here on az are the best so far for the money ..


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Pooldawg8 Milk Dud - 04-26-2012, 06:57 AM

Pooldawg 8's milk duds are great. They hold chalk, they retain their shape long, and the grip the ball as good as any layered tip. Plus you'd be dealing with a great guy.


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04-26-2012, 08:54 AM

I have been playing for a while with Moori III Quick and with Talisman WB Hard. I really like both tips. Occasionally, I scuff the surface with a Willards Tip Shaper. No problems with miscuing. The Moori mushroomed a bit, but after trimming, has been stable. I also have a bit of experience with Instroke Hard. Very similar to the Moori. Also a great hard layered tip, but harder to find. I would replace with any of these tips.

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04-26-2012, 10:05 AM

maybe I'm out of my cotton pickin' mind or perhaps I just missed it, but is there anything for sale in this 'tip debate' thread?

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maybe I'm out of my cotton pickin' mind or perhaps I just missed it, but is there anything for sale in this 'tip debate' thread?

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