Reducing Cue Ball Squirt:
Cue ball squirt is caused when the cue ball is hit off its centerline when applying English. As a result, your aiming point changes in order to compensate. The need to compensate is minimized by reducing front weight and increasing shaft flex, so upon contact, the cue ball is able to push the shaft out of its path in order for the cue ball to stay on the desired path.
Constructed from 140 pieces of rotary cut hard maple veneer in a #1 white face grade.
The typical unwanted shaft vibration present when extreme English is applied is virtually eliminated by the vibration-dampening core. This leads to being much more accurate.
A feather-light ferrule and vibration-dampening core greatly reduce unwanted weight in the front end. This drastically reduces unwanted shaft deflection.
Our ferrules are comprised of hydex 202 which is very light and provides great impact resistance. They are machined with a unique hole pattern to further reduce weight and ensure maximum tip adhesion.
140 precisely machined individual veneers compose the shaft. The veneers are stacked on edge, 90 degrees to the centerline. The shaft has a 18-20 inch taper
The spliced laminated construction yields unprecedented symmetry and balance found in no other shaft, providing maximum stability and radial consistency in play.
Because of the construction of the shaft, the individual characteristics of the veneers average themselves out. This yields a shaft that is more consistent than any other shaft in the way the shaft will react on each shot, along with the weight and playability of one shaft to another.