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Thumbs up JUST A BRIDGE is not just a bridge but THE BEST BRIDGE - 10-26-2014, 06:44 AM

i did not want to put this in tom hays madman bridge thread
everyone likes chocolate or vanilla
the ability to get IN FRONT OF/AROUND THE OBSTRUCTING BALL (when possible) is what to me makes this brifdge the nuts
and separates it from the rest
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XTSYG8MuS9g

it can be bought for around $25
http://www.seyberts.com/products/Jus...101601-38.html
try it
you will like it

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Thumbs up 10-26-2014, 07:13 AM

Thanks so much. This thing is really well thought out. This looks great. I will be ordering later today. I appreciate your posting.
  
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10-26-2014, 08:11 AM

Is the rotation controlled by rotating the bridge stick? Do you find in use it is stable? Or does it ever rotate on its own?
  
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10-26-2014, 10:09 AM

Yeah, how do you control the scissoring action so it locks in whatever configuration you need?
  
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10-27-2014, 04:54 AM

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Is the rotation controlled by rotating the bridge stick? Do you find in use it is stable? Or does it ever rotate on its own?
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Yeah, how do you control the scissoring action so it locks in whatever configuration you need?
the opening of the bridge is controlled by rotating the stick
i do that whlie one side is on the table
the bridge will resist collapsing but with enough downward force it will move
if you hold the stick so it cant rotate the bridge will resist extra downward force
bottom linre... ive never had the bridge collapse on me when shooting.....
yes the bridge is stable
  
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10-27-2014, 06:34 AM

I have one, would purchase it again.
  
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10-27-2014, 09:22 AM

I bought this last week, excellent product. The only downside I'd say about this thing is that the ferrule holder is too thick, it doesn't fit in my case so I end up bringing it in a separate bag attached to my case.


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10-29-2014, 08:10 AM

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I bought this last week, excellent product. The only downside I'd say about this thing is that the ferrule holder is too thick, it doesn't fit in my case so I end up bringing it in a separate bag attached to my case.
i have a sterling wave 4x8 case and the bridge fits in the lower /larger pocket
  
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11-13-2014, 01:55 PM

Phil,

I was using, and still carry in my case, a Kamui Leather Bridge. Six months ago I switched to using
a Just-A-Bridge and wish I had done it long ago. I have yet to find any shot where this bridge did not
furnish a superior position for stroking the cue ball. Simply by twisting the butt on the bridge cue you
can easily adjust the height of the bridge which helps to shoot over a object ball interfering with your
normal bridge. And the lining keeps your cue shafts from getting marked up. It's the very best bridge
I've ever used & I dislike using cue bridges which is why I learned to shoot both right and left-handed.

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04-10-2018, 01:05 PM

Best Bridge Ever. I bought one of the originals when it came out years ago. They were made from all aluminum, and the cost was $60. Folks thought I was nuts to buy a $60 bridge, but it was that good.

They changed to plastic to reduce the price, which was smart. Still works just as good. Not like it's going to break unless you step on it.

I now have my decades old aluminum one as well as a plastic one to bring to league. I don't want to take a chance of forgetting the alum one so that stays at my home table


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