View Full Version : Ever heard of a sharpshooter shaft?
06-19-2003, 09:05 AM
I've been thinking of getting a new shaft, I was about to go with predator 314 but found out there's this supposedly great hitting, better than 314, sharpshooter shaft. I saw it on www.easypooltutor.com (http://www.easypooltutor.com) and people there just seem to love this shaft. What troubles me is that I never heard it mentioned anywhere else other than EPT, heck I even hit google and came up empty. Anyone ever heard or better yet play with this shaft?
the sharpshooter shaft is being sold by bob moss, the same guy who is selling the balabushka sharp break cues in ebay. I haven't tried playing with one, although as u said, other people seems to love the way it plays and is cheaper than a pred shaft. I believe the sharpshooter is a flat laminated shaft
06-19-2003, 10:57 AM
I bought one of these shafts after seeing the reviews on the easypooltutor website. I think the shaft hits very well and the ringwork matched up perfectly. I have never had a laminated shaft, so I can not tell you whether it is better than the 314 or not, but I am happy with it. I can put a lot of spin on the cue ball with ease. Bob Moss sells the shafts and he is on ebay: americancowboybilliards . The shaft is less expensive than the predator and I also bought some other items from him for good prices. I checked him out on ebay before I bought, he has over 1000 positive feedbacks. He is also very nice and easy to deal with.
06-19-2003, 09:26 PM
Uhm. that's the thing, it seems that only EPT knows this shaft even exist LOL ^__^ And judging from the response not a lot of people here knows about it either, and this Bob Moss is from Missouri US!! ^___^
Well I bite the bullet and ordered one, I'll post my thoughts when I got it.
06-20-2003, 03:24 AM
Oh and welcome to the forum ProPain ^__^
hope you enjoy your stay here
06-20-2003, 07:52 AM
Thanks for the welcome, Deniel. I've actually been in the forum quite a few times, but never registered since I had nothing to post. Anyways, I hope you like the shaft.
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