Is Predator a good cue?

Is Predator a good cue?

Predator cues and shafts are used by more than 60% of the top-ranking male pros, three out of five top women professionals and over 200,000 competitive players worldwide. None of these players are paid to play with Predator products – their only reward is better performance.

Can you play pool with break cue?

Everyone can play with a pool cue but not with a break cue. I’ll take you through the differences between both cues. Tip: The tip of a cue is made to be soft or hard, depending on the brand and the player’s preference.

Can you break with a Meucci cue?

The Meucci Break Cue Stick is perfect for breaking balls. The 13 mm Phenolic Tip and Phenolic Ferrule help to create a powerful break, while the Flat faced wood-to-wood Joint and 5/16×18 Pin provide a solid connection.

Can I use a snooker cue for pool?

The good news is that to the casual player, the difference between the two really isn’t that noticeable. So if you’re only casually enjoying English pool whilst focussing on your Snooker game, feel free to play English pool with a Snooker cue.

What is the best weight for a break cue?

18-21 oz
The ideal cue stick weight varies and depends on one’s personal preference. However, heavier sticks providing similar accuracy and speed tend to break with greater power than lighter cues. For the break cue, you want a stick that falls under the standard weight (18-21 oz).

Do you need a break cue?

The short answer is no, you don’t. Much in the same way you don’t NEED different size pots to cook with, you don’t NEED a break cue to play pool. There are some distinct advantages of having a break cue though, just are there are distinct advantages to having various pots and pans to cook with.

What tip does Meucci use?

Having the same construction as The Pro Shaft, except for those ol’ School Meucci fans, we kept the 1.25 inch ferrule and comes standard with the FIRE Ultraskin Medium tip. The Meucci Classic is the shaft that was used by over 70% of the players on the Pro Tour between 1975 and 1996.

Are Predator cues made in America?

Headquartered in Jacksonville, Florida, USA, The Predator Group’s core brands include Predator Products – high-end, professional level cues with revolutionary technology to enhance performance, Poison Cues – recreational cues with cutting-edge designs and Predator engineering for best-in-class playability, and Uni-Loc® …