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Wheeljack

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Hi there.

For the Money I say they are hard to beat. I picked one up last year when I decided to step back into pool, but I didn't know how serious I wanted to get. I was very happy with the way it played. The cue had a fairly firm hit and provided a lot of feedback.

I shot a little with a DP back in like 1996, or so, when his cues brought a premium and I honestly could not tell a difference in the hit.

The only problem I had with the cue was that neither of the shaft ferrules were glued when I bought it. My local cue repair, Waldo's Billiards, fixed that for free. (Thanks again!)

I took care of the cue and sold it about 6 months later for a little more than I paid for it, actually.

Good luck-

J.
 

jjollie

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Dales cue play great. But be sure you are purchasing it for a player because the re-sale value is not there. I have a brand new on for 175.00. Excellent Condition and very nice design.

jjollie
 

06Busa

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I have 2.
The older of them plays great.
Dont like the way the new one feels, thinks its a 2007. Maybe a simple tip change. Dunno, but i have not found the right combo for it.
 

bigjay

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Dale Perry

I have bought and sold both ...more than 25 of the new 1/1 that he now offers . The older ones do play a bit better than the new . I have noticed if you lengthen the taper and put a kamui med. or med. soft (now replaced by the soft ) they hit real good for that Price Range !!
The main problem with the new ones is the quality of the finish around the ringwork ..
 

lcbur

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I have an old DP Sneaky I got on eBay as an unknown maker cue for $30.00 and later found the small D backwards P stamped on the bottom. One of the best and best built cues I have owned. Has stayed perfectly straight and plays great. Has stayed in perfect shape.
 
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