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Help buying a pool cue


Help buying a pool cue

Hey guys i would like to by my girlfriend a pink pool stick for christmas, however i dont know what sticks are of good quality. I also am looking for a cue that is under 100$. If anyone has an idea of what i should buy please reply. Thanks.

Help buying a pool cue

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  1. HotshotplayerMitch Alsup on 12/3/2011 2:04:50 PM

    There are plenty of pink pool sticks on the market (that is more than just a few).

    Basically any of the $60-$100 cues will be servicible--that is straight enough to shoot well, smooth enough (initially) to shoot well, that you can pretty much just pick one and have done with it.

    ANYONE's first pool cue should be considered a learning tool (that is a write off long term). Over the course of play in the first year, the shaft will get numerous dings and scratches, the butt will get dinged and dented and scratched to the point of distraction. There is no adequate set of words in the english (or any other) language that can properly inform a cue stick owner of how to avoid these circumstances. So the first cue in ones posession does the teaching all by itself.

  2. Hotshotplayer2ballrun on 1/1/2012 11:18:49 AM

    If I might add. I would buy your cue from a pool room. They will steer you to a decent que for the money. Don't go to Wall Mart or any place like that.

  3. Hotshotplayerosage24 on 3/13/2012 8:39:32 AM

    Black Widow by McDermott is good stick with soft tip.

  4. Hotshotplayerbogart sucaldito on 5/25/2012 6:27:32 PM

    There is a pink action cue. I don't know of its performance but I'm sure it's under a hundred dollars.

    Bogart

  5. HotshotplayerDsmithBFL on 6/17/2013 11:24:14 PM

    There are various brands of pool cues out there, but when it comes to buying one, I would suggest giving priority to the core functionalities. Surf through various brands, and go with the one which you feel comfortable using.

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Help buying a pool cue

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  • Published: 12/1/2011 2:43:05 PM