View Full Version : KC Custom Cue? Anyone know about them?
05-20-2004, 07:39 AM
I saw a seller that makes custom cues and they sell on Ebay very cheap! They sound very nice but I am quite skeptical. I have a very nice cue that I shoot with but would like to have a few extras for the house and friends to borrow when shooting at my home.
He has over 400 positive feedback and 0 negative..
If anyone has any experience with these cues, please let me know...
Joe...Daddy says.."If it is too good to be true, it probably is!"
05-20-2004, 10:01 AM
I had 2 of them. One split in the points on the forearm, and the other one split at the joint. To sum it up in one word. J-U-N-K! You would be better off to get a players cue.Or dufferin makes a good sneaky pete for around $50.
05-20-2004, 10:29 AM
Just so no one gets them confused. CK builds nice cues
ive heard mixed reviews about these cues. I was curious myself because they look pretty good. I heard that they were supposed well made southwest copies. They are real inlays not decals, nice finish but they have a huge taper. I think tateus wrote a review on them. I was thinking about getting one if I could ever find one at a cheap price
05-20-2004, 01:01 PM
I have no idea how they hold up over the long run but found they are a remarkably good looking copy of a Southwest, but without the playing qualities. They are imported - I believe from China. If I recall they are actually only $130 for a Southwest copy with real points and inlays and two shafts. The shafts were not tapered to my tastes but I thought they could be tweaked by a cue maker.
05-20-2004, 04:35 PM
I think these cues are getting a bad rap. They make excellent firewood.
Geez, doesn't anyone ever read my posts? Well, maybe you didn't get a chance? Sorry.
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