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Schon - 04-06-2003, 08:32 AM

I am thinking of adding the Schon STL18 to my collection. Can anyone please give me some feedback in relation to this model? Thanks.
  
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Talking Collection? - 04-06-2003, 11:26 AM

Are you planning on using the cue or are you really buying it as a collectors item?
  
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Schon - 04-06-2003, 03:08 PM

Hi there Celtic thanks 4 the reply. I am currently using a Lucasi with a predator 314 shaft which I would really prefer to use as a break cue so I am considering the Schon as a playing cue. I also have a Helmstetter and Viking but they just don't feel right for me and can't get used to them.
  
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Ahh, kk. Schon are not quite as high quality as they once were back in the 80's due to being a little less hand made nowadays and the company making alot fewer cues back then. Still they are one of the best made production cues on the market using high quality materials and they hit the ball very sweet. Great cue to buy as a playing cue.
  
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