Billiards is more than just a game; it's a lifestyle. At RR Games, Pennsylvania’s leading specialist for pool tables, billiards supplies, and game room furniture & accessories, we've got all the best pool cue sticks that will help you improve your game and keep you looking good while playing.
Eight Ball Mafia cues combine playability and style. New age, biker inspired, skull and tribal designs add a unique new style to the quality craftsmanship that Eight Ball Mafia is known for. With grunge art deathscapes, cues that feature Canadian hard rock maple shafts, stainless steel joints and skulls, skulls, skulls, this is one family you'll want to join for life.
Griffin cue sticks are a game-changer and you can feel the difference in quality as soon as you pick one up. Griffin cues feature a unique Steel-Tite joint that provides rock-solid stability, warp resistant wood stabilizers so your stick stays straight through every shot, and an ultra-smooth finish that keeps your ball rolling for longer.
If you're ready to take your game to the next level, get a Harley Davidson pool cue. Harley Davidson cues are built for top performance by some of the best cue manufacturers in the industry. These officially licensed cues feature cool designs from the number one brand in motorcycles. Show off your favorite brand while you run the table with a Harley Davidson cue.
Don't let the price tag fool you—Lucasi Custom cue sticks are made with only the finest quality woods, and treated with a patented wood stabilizer to protect against warping. These cues are finely crafted with laser precision, and feature some of the best materials available including Uniloc Quick-Release or Radial joints, XTC High Impact ferrules, genuine leather or Irish Linen wraps, premium Tiger Everest layered leather tips, and a high gloss finish that could make a Ferrari blush.
McDermott pool cues are among the highest-quality, American-made, two-piece cues available today. McDermott pool sticks feature a three-piece butt construction to promote straightness over the life of the cue. Inlays and rings are precision-milled to within .001 of an inch, and hand-glued to guarantee a perfect fit. Because of these exacting quality standards, McDermott confidently offers a manufacturer's lifetime warranty against warping and defects. Creating incredible, high-performance pool cues is a lot like making a multi-rail bank shot. It seems like there’s a complicated trick to it, but it really just entails practicing your craft with uncommon dedication until everything’s just right. Rather than relying on tricks, McDermott creates quality pool cues using a process that includes more than 150 separate procedures in the construction of each cue. Now that’s dedication!
Viking has been making pool cues since 1965. Viking designs their pool cues with structural integrity, straightness, and playability in mind. They use proprietary manufacturing methods to ensure that every Viking pool cue you buy is made with pride in the United States and comes with a limited lifetime warranty against warping!
The pool cue or cue stick is held in a position that allows you to properly and effectively hit balls with accuracy. First, hold the cue stick by placing your palm on the handle and allowing your thumb to rest on the opposite side of the cue, where it meets the tip. Your grip should be loose enough to allow you to maneuver the cue around your target ball easily and accurately, but not so loose that the shaft turns when striking an object. Place three or four fingers around the handle, leaving one or two of them between your index finger and thumb.
Cue sticks are an essential part of any billiards game. There are several factors that go into making a good cue stick. The first is length. The length of your cue stick should be determined by your height and reach. If you're tall, you'll want a longer cue stick so that you can have more control over it, but if you're short, you'll probably want a shorter pool cue so that it's easier for you to hit shots on the table. The next factor is tip size. There are two main types of tips: soft and hard tips. Soft tips provide more spin when they strike the ball, while hard tips create more friction and thus more power behind each shot.The third factor is weight distribution—how evenly distributed weight is throughout the entire stick. The way this affects your game depends on what type of player you are: if you prefer slower shots with less spin and more control, then having heavier weight in front will help; however if speed is important to your game then putting most of the weight at the end will give it more momentum when striking balls.
A pool cue is typically 2 to 2.5 feet or roughly 57" in length.
It's easy to put a new cue tip on your pool stick. First, use a cue tip wrench to remove the old one. Second, apply some chalk to the end of the cue stick and then wrap it around the tip of your finger. This will make it easier to get a tight grip on the new cue tip while you're putting it on. Third, place the new cue tip over the end of your pool stick and hold it there with one hand while using your other hand to twist and turn the wrench until it's firmly attached.
Pool cue sticks come in a variety of weights, ranging from 18 to 21 ounces. The weight you choose will depend on the type of game you play and the size of your pool table. For example, if you are playing on a big table and wish to use spin shots, then a lighter cue stick may be best since it won't make as much contact with the cue ball. However, if you're playing on a smaller table and want to play more aggressively, then heavier sticks are best because they offer more control and power.
The size of a cue stick depends on the player's height. For example, if you are 6 feet tall, you need to match your pool cue with your height. Therefore, if you are 5 feet 9 inches, you should use a 19-ounce cue stick. If you are taller than 6 feet, then go for heavier cues (21 ounces for 6 feet 1 inch). If you are shorter than 5 feet 9 inches, use lighter cues (17 ounces for 5 feet 7 inches). Another thing to consider is the grip size—some players prefer a smaller grip, while others prefer a larger one. If you're going to be playing for more than an hour at a time, it's best to have a larger grip so that your hands won't get tired as quickly. Also, if you're playing pool, a smaller cue will work better or if you're playing billiards or snooker, a larger cue will be more effective.
If you have a pool table at home, you probably already know how much fun it is to play with other people. But did you know that cleaning your cue stick can help keep your game going strong? It's true!
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