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Best Pool Cue Racks?


Best Pool Cue Racks?

When it comes to pool cue racks, which type do you all prefer?

  • Open cue rack e.g. where you can see the pool cues
  • Closed cabinet-style pool cue rack with doors that perhaps lock

Best Pool Cue Racks?

Replies & Comments

  1. billystraightshooter on 5/28/2006 8:04:08 PM

    It really all depends on where it is going to be located.

    In a home setting, where there are no children (who like to use cues for things other than for billiards!) and you know they will be safe, you can go with an open rack.

    If you have children, or are installing the rack in a storage area of a local billiard association or hall, i'd definetly go with a steel/secure locking case.

    All personal pref though.

  2. billyJoBoXr on 6/5/2006 8:09:51 PM

    I like the open.

  3. billyJoBoXr on 6/5/2006 8:10:36 PM

    Does a cue rack contribute to a stick getting warped? What is the best way to go about keeping your stick from going untrue?

  4. billybilliardsforum on 6/6/2006 12:15:36 AM

    A cue rack does not contribute to warping at all. The presence of humidity, however, does. I have even seen "humidor-style" cue racks to combat this. I'll be publishing an article I had written on these shortly.

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Best Pool Cue Racks?

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  • Published: 5/10/2006 10:41:47 PM