by firstname.lastname@example.org » 12 Nov 2020 Read
Hi I have started to play again after a twenty year gap, I have been using a Riley ROS cue, which I assume is mass produced, having started to make breaks of 50+ again I now want to splash out on a handmade cue and thinking John Parris does anyone think its worth spending 800+ or should I just stick with my Riley.
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by Marco (not fu) » 12 Nov 2020 Read
Parris are good cues, but expensive for what you get. You definitely pay a premium for the name. Thai cue makers are cheaper. I've got a Master Cue and a Maximus, both of which are Thai and I got them from Greenbaize.com. Both are great cues. The Mastercue was under £200,the Maximus a little over £300.
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by Dan-cat » 12 Nov 2020 Read
Well Bobby you got back to 50 break standard quickly!!
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