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    I have a basic process;
    1. Check weight, balance and feel - if happy go to step 2.
    2. Hit some balls - get a feel to how she plays - if

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    If you are in Cardiff , pop over the bridge to Bristol there are retailers there , including Home Leisure Direct ( if I remember correctly ) , thats o

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    I saw that home leisure direct and the world snooker shop in Bristol do cues. They seem to pretty much be doing
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    Peradon cues are okay. They're just not the best value for money compared to som

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    As far as I know Home Leisure have tables you can test run a cue on , much much better than buying blind . Its not that far from you and could be wort

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    @mrbluejay I used a friends scales today and I am going to get some vernier calipers to measure the cue. I play at Redz Cwmbran the only other place I

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    The time it takes to put a tip on.

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