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Need A Pool Cue, Help Me Decide


Need A Pool Cue, Help Me Decide

hi my name is kris im 28 and i been playing pool since i could reach the table and i grew up on a brunswick gold crown 9 foot table witch i still play on to this day but i have never had a real cue i have always played with really cheap one piece bar cues and its really sad and i think its time i have a real cue. and the cue that i want is a used meucci hof 2 with ether a red dot shaft or a no dot shaft. if any one has one that they want to sell please let me know thanks ill pay 300 for it. thanks

Need A Pool Cue, Help Me Decide

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  1. kris4444krisZeke on 10/1/2012 9:15:53 AM

    Kris, you might want to look at this week-old post?

    Choosing a pool cue for experienced beginner

  2. kris4444krisMitch Alsup on 10/1/2012 3:33:24 PM

    Kris, I also think it is sad that you do not have your own pool cue. Therefore this is what you should know.

    You should know that good pool cues begine at about $60 and you can get perfectly playable cues under $100. There are a large variety in this price range, and the only rational to go outside this price range is low-deflection shaft technology (shafts in the $200+ range all by themselves.) To a very good first order, you first cue should be one that appeals to your eye, and feeld good in your hands. At this point in your pool playing career, you can adapt to any other parameter of the cue you buy {weight, balance point, tip, ferrule, shaft, taper,.....}

    The other thing you should understand is that there is no way for anyone on this sied of the internet can fully and properly disclose how careful you have to be with your new cue to keep it from getting all banged up. Thus, you should consider your first cue to be a write off. Buy one, use it for a couple of years while examining other peoples cues, how they play, how they look, what your real preferences are, THEN go out and buy the long term pool cue.

  3. kris4444kriskris4444kris on 10/1/2012 4:01:10 PM

    ya i know its sad man i have probley handycaped my game because of it. im looking to buy a used meucci hof 2 cue thats what i like the looks of and how it plays and i been wanting one for many years with ether a red dot shaft or a no dot shaft but i only have $300 to spend if you know any one that has one that they want to sell i would be happy to send them a us postel money order for it right away.

  4. kris4444krisZeke on 10/2/2012 6:38:36 AM

    Kris, there's nothing "special" about a Meucci HOF-2 that you've never had "in-hand."

    Never - ever - buy a USED stick you've never touched, stroked a few times or examined up close.

    Unless of course you're rich, don't really care or love long-shots ;-)

  5. kris4444krismnvikes on 10/8/2012 1:01:29 AM

    Hi if you are interested I have a meucci hof-2 if you are still looking email me rev_ritt20@yahoo.com

  6. kris4444kristasha_silvester on 10/29/2012 3:01:27 AM

    Hi Kris, I am also a mad about playing pool and understand your curiosity. Last month I bought Meucci cue online for $406. It was really worth it and turned out to be exactly what I was looking for. It has the red dot shaft and Ivory colored collar with thin green ring and purple blocks.

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Need A Pool Cue, Help Me Decide

  • Title: Need A Pool Cue, Help Me Decide
  • Author: (Kris Cooper)
  • Published: 9/30/2012 10:01:32 PM