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    Hello. I've just moved to snooker from 9 ball. I've always used joint protectors on my cues. I worry about if my case was dropped, pressure on the pin could cause serious damage. That, and getting crud like chalk and rogue grit/dirt etc into the joint. Joint protectors prevent all this, but they do

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    Andy Travis made me some for a hidden joint 3/4 cue. Look him up on Facebook.

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    Hi Mark just getting back into snooker been looking at cues all over the net only seen joint protector on e bay and most of the come with package coul

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    Thanks. I actually just bought a new case, which is supposed to hold the cue firmly in place, with no moving around. Hopefully that will be enough pro

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