Stephen Tuthill: I've always used the lightest sand paper, and found that to be successful: do I gain anything by using a specific tool?
interests10: The shaper i got only has the shaper, and not the other for the sides etc. this ok?
angelfan16: Thank you! I just bought my first stick and I want to take care of it!
Lord Karnage BB: Is there a way of telling if my cue tip needs replacing. Because i suspect it does. Although i only purchased the cue a month or two back.
Ive struggled to get draw with it. And its a soft tip. I have to do a power draw just to make it move back even a little. So i want to know how do i tell?
Christian Hernandez: Videos like this are the very essence of YouTube
Intrepid Bogard: I have this same tool and it is one of the key items in my cue case. Although the Trimming end will scratch the ferrule so be careful!
AnTiCs53: Lol. Like I said, if you want to ruin your tip, be my guest. Then we'll see who the idiot is.
cameron knudstrup: are you an idiot?
Aristarco Palacios: Pool cue tips are said to have quarter and nickel radii, but what about carom cue tips? I always leave the tip flat and only sand it to roughen it up to improve chalk retention but, what is the correct shape of tips for carom billiards? Also round? I've used pool tips to play carom but feel I lose precision. Any idea?
AnTiCs53: What a HORRIBLE way to shape the cue tip. WOW. Absolutely disgusted. FOLLOW HIS INSTRUCTIONS if you want to ruin your cue tip.
theinoffkid: glad he dint do my tip,,,you shud NEVER sand a tip upwards,but there again he is american,,,,nuff sed
oodle42: @1:18 i kinda disagree with the upward stroke on the tip since the tip is usually layered, stroking upward it is possible to pull layers up and can ruin tip. best to stroke opposite direction downward. just my opinion.
Moti Lalwani: I too am surprised to see this happening!
MrRockne25: great video! thanks.
Christopher Tisdell: surprised you did this on the table, the debris created is harmful to the felt, non the less very helpful
Sebkarp0: How much does a perforator or whatever roughly cost?
Dedwood13: Very instructional. Thank you very much. Now I can get my new pool cue ready for action.
marc rami: this was so helpful for me thank u alot :)
Trev Tes: @nvle5 double nvmlol
Trev Tes: @nvle5 Listen closer, 1:18
How To Shape A Pool Cue Tip? | Ozone Billiards5
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