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Richy McDonald Mac No 070 ash cue. Beautiful example

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  • #31
    Originally posted by Dave_marsy View Post
    I'm saying 17oz is a bit on the light side for a snooker cue
    The weight of the cue
    Ah , excuse me for misunderstanding. Totally personal preference thought. For some players 22Oz is ok and for the other 15Oz is just right, it's all comes down to an ability of the player and not the Spec of the cue.

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    • #32
      Originally posted by 147alltheway View Post
      Ah , excuse me for misunderstanding. Totally personal preference thought. For some players 22Oz is ok and for the other 15Oz is just right, it's all comes down to an ability of the player and not the Spec of the cue.
      I agree it's the player ..I can play good with most half decent cues ...but to be comfortable you need to stick to the same cue and get used to it ...how it throws the cue ball when using side
      I'm not one for paying large amounts of money on a nice looking cue ....it's a tool and if you can't play with it ....it's useless regardless of how much you paid for it ...I played at a high standard with a cue out of a billiard hall rack for 15 yrs ...it then split ...I paid hundreds looking for a cue that was comparable but never found it

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      • #33
        Cue is still available.

        £340 delivered.

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