View Full Version : Legacy tables? - Pechauer cues & tables.

12-16-2003, 03:26 PM
I had mentioned before that I'm looking at purchasing a table. It would be a furniture table, not sure if I want 7' or 8'. The 8' would fit my gameroom, but I might need smaller cues for some shots.

Anyway, has anybody heard of Legacy tables? Any comments (good or bad) about those tables? Their website is:
legacybilliards.com (http://www.legacybilliards.com)
I'm asking because there is dealer that sells those, as well as AMF and Connelly, and was wondering about quality.

The second question is regarding another manufacturer. He is known for his cues (Pechauer), and I have read they are good quality and price. His store is in Green Bay, WI, where I live, and he has pool tables at decent prices. Should I assume that since his cues are good quality, so should his tables? His site is
ccqbilliards.com (http://ccqbilliards.com)

Thanks for any information or help.

12-16-2003, 06:16 PM
I believe the quality of the Pechauer cues is very high, I like them very much. But I don't believe that necessarily means that the tables will also be high quality.

12-16-2003, 06:28 PM

I don't believe Pechauer makes pool tables. As far as I know, they just make cues. And great cues, too.


12-16-2003, 07:13 PM
Pechauer make great cues and Connelly makes a good table,...I have both. You should give them both a try if you and see if you like them.