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Should This Be A Break Cue or a Playing Cue?


Should This Be A Break Cue or a Playing Cue?

I have a new BHQ custom cue ready to be sold. The cue has a 12.50mm shaft it weighs 20.25 oz.

I shot with it last night. It is forward weighted. I play with a 17 oz cue and this sure didn't feel like a 20 at all.

Should I promote and sell it as a break cue or a player cue?

What do you folks think?

Should This Be A Break Cue or a Playing Cue?

Replies & Comments

  1. BHQshark3149 on 4/1/2007 4:01:06 PM

    I think it would make a good player. I prefer something in the 18 range but that weight is not to bad to play with.

    By the way the cue looks good. I can't wait to see all the stuff your working on.

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Should This Be A Break Cue or a Playing Cue?

  • Title: Should This Be A Break Cue or a Playing Cue?
  • Author: (Brent Hartman)
  • Published: 4/1/2007 3:48:17 PM