Jumping Jax Cue Review By Garret Troop

When I first started jumping I really had no idea what was out there on the market. I bought a G10 Assault and loved it at 14oz. Not knowing really how to jump that well the dart stroke fit me well and The cue fit my playing style. I contacted the nice people at Jumping Jax Jump Cues and soon had another jumping cue in my bag. The cue was entirely made out of Diamond wood and was heavier than I was accustomed to. The the had a 3/X10 pin and a G10 tip ferrule combo. I believe it had a 14mm tip with a long Pro Taper. The cue was 41” long. The butt section was notched for your so your hand didn’t slip off.

This cue for it’s weight along was designed for longer jumps. I totally advocate the pendulum method of stroke when using this cue. These cues are heavy and I didn’t know how to use that to my advantage at the time. With that being said it really helps to get to know the cues that you have in your case. This cue will help you get out of some fun full table sticky situations. These cues are really solid and have a great hit. Feels like your jumping with Thor's hammer. These cue are just a really solid piece asset to your cue bag. Its a good investment for those looking for a fun investment. The choice of Diamond wood and a G10 ferrule tip combo makes for a really hard hit. The cue I received was a 14oz cue and felt bulky in my hands but I was untrained at the time.

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