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    Hi, Does anyone have any info or knowledge of the use of partridge wood in snooker cues?

    I have seen a cue with a Partridge Wood butt - Taylormade


    Would this be worth an investment vs say rosewood butt or just stick with the usual ebony butt?

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    Been a while but here is the pic of the Partridge wood cue (one on left)

    info on site:
    These 3/4 cut cues are in rosewood/partridge

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