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CheckBilliard App. ~ Dustin Crowe {Review}

From the start I must say, I’m writing this review based on using the app on my [Andriod] phone for only a couple of days. I figure first impressions mean more than anything else. There are two ways to get this app. First, by going through the Google Play store on your phone [the iTunes

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The V-Pro Shaft. Garret Troop {Review}

I have been working with Viking the past year, and I am pleased to announce that I have tried all of their shafts (as you may have read.) The V-Pro is a standard maple shaft that can be cut or extended to meet the needs of the player. It has a firm, stiff feel like

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The Katana Performance Shaft. ~ Garret Troop {Review}

After looking at the different shafts on the market, I wanted to try one that was a little different. I was happy to do a little homework, and came across the Katana Performance Shaft from CueStix International. It has a conical tapered shaft with an 11.5mm tip. I have shot with a few different shafts

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Segen Cues by William Hurst

  Segen is the word for blessing in the German language and is probably the name for this cue company because Einzigartig (unique) is not as catchy. Unique, however, describes the new Segen Cues to a tee. From the features that give them a very distinctive look, the slightly larger diameter of the butt and

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Jacoby Edge Hybrid. Garret Troop {Review}

I have to say that every shaft has it’s own personality. And with that being said, you must find the right shaft to match the personality you have on the table. The more and more I learn about the properties of low deflection the more I see how much companies put into their work into

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ViKORE Shaft. ~ Garret Troop {Review}

This 11.75 pro tapered shaft is kick ass. I love the Viking line, but this shaft is really fun and playful. It has an 12 to 14 inch pro taper on it, and out of all the shafts that I have and have played with this one just seems to fit my playing style when

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Hammerhead Break/Jump Tips. ~ Aaron Berg [Review]

Chris Renfro (from Outsvillle.com) has not only reinvented a quality one piece tip in the Ki-Tech line, he’s also put together a break/jump tip he hopes will raise the bar on power with control. The Hammerhead. The Hammerhead break/jump tip was a culmination of years of researching the various plastics that are out there (but not

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FingerSlides. ~ Garret Troop {Product Review}

Smooth strokes are hard to come by for some people. Whether you wear a glove, use chalk or powder, or constantly wash your hands, you need to find what works for you. I had the pleasure of using the FingerSlides, by Cue-Z, and I love them. As of right now, they come in two different

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