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    Default Tip size and new cue

    Evening to everyone and merry Christmas to all, I have just received a new cue, it was a Christmas present from my family and it is a Britannia shadow 3/4 joined cue and the tip I believe is 7.5mm, i have never played with a tip this small before I am used to the bigger tip around 9-9.5mm. Was just

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    Would be a good size for UK pool, but I wouldn't personally use anything that small for snooker. I'd be scared of damaging it hitting heavier snooker

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    Wouldn't be my choice for either snooker or pool. 8.5 would be the smallest I'd play with and I personally prefer around 9.5.

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    I get a few pool players asking me for around 7.5mm to 8.5mm but I try and put every snooker player off these sizes unless they've been using them for

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