> I'm in the market for a new cue stick. I have looked around and tried various
> manufacturers. I will most likely settle on purchasing a Joss cue.
> Has anyone had bad or good experiences buying a pool cue via the internet? Are
> there any drawbacks, things I should look for?
> Has anyone had bad experineces with the Internet Cue store (www.cuestore.com)?
> Thanks in advance,
> -- Nestor
In defence of the Internet Cue Store. The wonderful place that it is. I
have bought 4 cues and 2 cases from it,(why so much well that's another
story) and I must say It is surely the best or close to it. I got the best
deal around, and if you know what you are looking for you can go shoot
with it somewhere else to decide if you like it. That's what I did. I see
it as the internet cue store sells production cues cues( Mcdermott, Joss,
Meucci etc.) and I've learned that if you've with one of them you pretty
much shot with them all. The cues that I shot with in the store to see if
I liked felt just like the one that I recieved in the mail except that it
didn't have the big price tag. Hey, maybe I just got lucky, but did I got
lucky four times...doubt it. I leave with this you should at least give it
a chance they do have a return policy as long as it hasn't been chalked
and if your using the internet to post, conversate, play games and so on,
you can also use it to purchase without many many worries...