AzB Silver Member
I would like to start off saying that I am proud to have the first of these cases. There are other pictures of the exterior of my case so I will limit this post to my review of it's function and design.
JimS said:You show a picture of the case being held upside down and the cues not moving so how could having the pins at the top of the case damage the inside of the lid? I can't make sense of that.
Nice work John!
Neil said:I have a similar style case, although mine is a Winn case. I have had no problem with the butt in pin up. You don't carry the case upsidedown anyway, so why should it be a problem? I don't like the idea of the cue resting on the pin. I had another case where the pin eventually went through the bottom. (not a Winn case)