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07-21-2004, 12:25 PM
I hope John Barton get this....

As I was surfing the net for falcon cues, I tripped upon BunjeeCanada.com web site. And I must add, the store prices are quite good.

Anyway, they have what the call Bunjee Case. I looked them up and the seem to be John's work. By readin the description, I got convince that it is John's work. Judge for yourself:

http://www.bunjeecanada.com/products/small/BBCC-2x4-blkstn-01.jpg Lightweight, unbreakable PVC tubing. Made especially for us, this tubing is lighter than many other casemakers tubes. Completely lined with a non-abrasive, moisture-resistant fabric. This fabric will not tear or wear away like felt does. Felt is used on the majority of todays tube cases. Also our lining will not scratch or dull the finish on your cues like some synthetic liners will. Fitted with shock-absorbing, form-fitting foam rubber. Your cues are cradled in high-grade foam rubber to protect them against impact and to insure against them accidentally falling out of the case. Moisture protection through individually sealed tubes. Sealed with high density rubber, our system of sealing each tube at the bottom keeps moisture to a minimum. This reduces the risk of warpage and deterioration of structural integrity. Fully insulated interior. This protects your cues against expansion and shrinking by allowing your cues to slowly adjust and acclimate to sudden changes in temperature. Easy opening top. One twist. One pull. One hand. No matter what others advertise, Bunjee cases are among the easiest to open and close, and the most protective opened or closed. <hr /></blockquote>

I think I've read these arguments from John over and over in different thread or newsgroup/boards.

What do you guys think, is John back in the selling cases business ?

Please John confirm that they are yours.

Jimmy B
07-21-2004, 02:44 PM
John is back to making cases, he claims to have a new design, I think it's going to be different and more of a custom thing. Right now he is in FL but I am sure he'll have plenty to say when he gets to a computer.


07-21-2004, 03:41 PM
Let's just say that it is very likely that the same company that produces Instroke cases is producing cases for other companies as well. These cases may or may not be exactly the same as Instroke cases. I would ask the Bunjee company directly. www.bunjeebilliards.com (http://www.bunjeebilliards.com)

Email me privately and off the record if you want details.

I will confirm which cases are "likely" made by Instroke and which are not but I am not at liberty to say which is which in this forum.

If you are looking at a Bunjee case you are probably going to be quite satisfied with the quality and construction though.


07-21-2004, 10:29 PM
They are new in the Case making business, but the maker of the case has been around for quite some time. "Very" similar to the Instroke. Have a look here and let me know what you think. www.nineintheside.com (http://www.nineintheside.com)

07-22-2004, 07:28 AM
Hey John, I know this is off of the thread and I apoligise to everyone, but what is your highest dribble? You got me hooked on this B#$ W*#@%! HAHA See you in August!

07-22-2004, 07:36 AM
What's a dribble ? /ccboard/images/graemlins/confused.gif

07-23-2004, 10:55 AM
a dribble is putting a ball 6-8 inches from a side rail and dribbling it off of the rail with your cue without missing.

07-23-2004, 12:52 PM
oh OK, I might be able to get 2... lmao !!!

Harold Acosta
07-24-2004, 03:35 PM
<font color="blue"> From the http://www.bunjeebilliards.com/ website:

Bunjee Billiards International, Inc. has established licensed distributors in Canada and Europe in an effort to improve Bunjee product distribution methods. The Bunjee is jumping around the world... where will it jump next?
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<font color="red"> From the http://www.bunjeecanada.com/ website:

BunjeeCanada.com is operated by Roy Mason at Mace Equipment in Cambridge, Ontario Canada. As of September 2, 2003, Mace Equipment is exclusive Canadian Bunjee importer and distributor per agreement with Bunjee Billiards International, Inc, USA.
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Definitely the Canada website is legitimate.

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