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Art You Can Hit Stuff With ~ CD Olano

I’ve said it before and I’m sure I’ll say it again, “Human beings really seem to love hitting things with sticks.” That’s just pure undeniable truth right there. You take a little kid on a nature walk through the woods and that child will pick up a stick. They will use it to poke and

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Bob Danielson Cues Interview ~ Keith Diaz

Twenty-six years of work within the industry, with twenty-four of them constructing custom cues, Bob Danielson (BDCuesAndComix.com) could never be seen as a new-comer to the world of billiards. Originally from Seattle, where he lived most of his life, before a decade in the Tri-Cities of southeastern Washington, now living on five acres of land

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Interview with Curtis Robertson ~ Brian Pauley

Cue making is an art form that many possess. Everyone has their own style and that is no different for “The Redneck Cue Guy” Curtis Robertson. Curtis is based out of Abilene Texas and is a member of the American Cuemakers Association.  Curtis is also the only member of the ACA that crafts custom cues

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McDermott Glove Review ~ Garret Troop

I recently had the pleasure of doing a product review on the new McDermott glove. I have to first off start by saying that I have used many different gloves and finger sliders recently.  McDermott has been a leader in cues for many years and this is a newer product launch for them.  The glove

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Ron Daniels: Twisted Turtle Cues

Artist, painter, poet, musician – Ron Daniels does it all when it comes to the arts, including producing one of the most unique custom cues on the planet! He gets many of his talents from his grandfather who held over 140 patents in his lifetime relating to the medical field. Ron’s true passion of custom

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OB Chalk Press Release

Introducing OB Chalk By Shane Sinnott at OB Cues We often get asked by players to come out with new products, and by far the most common request we have gotten over the last few years is for a premium OB Chalk. So we spent the last year working directly with a new chalk manufacturer

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The Brown Kamikaze. ~ William Hurst {Review}

This morning I cut down and shaped a Brown Kamikaze Cue Tip that I installed yesterday on a Mezz Hybrid Pro II shaft which I use on one of my Schons. I wanted to see how it would compare to the Moori III tip that the Mezz shaft has had on it since I bought

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Predator S-Tuned Z3 Shaft. ~ Jaared Arosemena {Review}

I’ve been using Predator S-Tuned Z2s exclusively for years as, in my opinion, they were the best LD shafts produced… until now! I just received my Predator S-Tuned Z3 today to use with my Predator Throne 4 and 20th LE-2 Cues, and all I can say is, WOW! This shaft is slightly thicker at 11.85mm (vs

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A Few Reviews. ~ Warren Ackary {Review}

Q-Whiz Cue Shaft Conditioner Surprised I purchased one of these, and am happy I did! Q-Whiz did a brilliant job cleaning my cue shaft. No more sandpaper, steel wool, or hard abrasives to take particles of timber off the shaft. Forget wet and dry, brown paper or a damp cloth… Get one of these from

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Health Benefits of Playing Pool. ~ Scott Flear

Pool, or billiards, has been around for over 100 years. Pool tables have become an iconic part of millions of working men and families across the world. Pool tables are often found in pubs and bars of workingmen’s clubs, social clubs, and youth clubs. The social aspect of pool has played a significant part in

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