GW Break and Jump
Purchase a GW break and jump cue now at great prices! These cues provide multiple functions for breaking your racks or legal jumping. A proper jump shot requires striking the ball down into the table which forces it to jump up and over another ball.
Wikipedia Cue Stick (Specialty)…
Manufacturers also provide a variety of specialty cues tailored to specific shots. Pool break cues have tips made from very hard leather (sometimes layered). Optionally phenolic resin is used ensure that the full force of the stroke is transferred to the cue ball during the break shot. To avoid excessive wear-and-tear on the tips and ferrules of players’ main shooting cues. Phenolic-tipped break cues often have a merged phenolic ferrule-tip, instead of two separate pieces.
Jump cues are shorter, lighter (12 ounces and less) cues that make performing a legal jump shot easier. They also often have a very hard tip. Some standard-sized break cues include a two-piece butt allowing a player to remove the lower, heavier half of the butt to produce a jump cue. These are usually referred to as jump–break or break–jump cues. The uncommon massé cue is short and heavy, with a wider tip to aid in making massé shots.
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