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DawgAndy

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Just got this one in today . The handle is Bolivian Rosewood but he's not sure of the forearm, thought it was bubinga but not sure now, anyway, looks great and is just what I was after
 

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Chopdoc

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RINGS!


Thanks for showing off!


:thumbup::thumbup::thumbup::thumbup::thumbup:




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qbilder

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That's 17 rings in each pack, making 64 individual rings in the butt alone. And they are laid out to present a symmetrical shape. Insane.
 

Ken_4fun

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Dandy

That is a dandy.

Like everyone else, I'd like to hit some balls with it.

Ken
 

DawgAndy

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tried to get the shaft color...kinda failed,lol
 

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DawgAndy

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Did I miss who made this beauty?


sorry, it's a cue made by Dave Barenbrugge out of Apache Junction, AZ. Makes about 20 cues in a good year, half that many or less if he has other stuff going on.
He gets a lot of buzz about his rings and rightfully so, however his veneer and point work is really top tier and his butterfly pointed cues are very distinctive.
They play great of course, and are not closet queens by design. Thanks for checking it out

Andy
 
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