G-10 Assault Jumping Break Cue

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MSRP: $399.99

G-10 ASSAULT Jumping Break Cue

It's All About The Physics Behind the Technology!

The lighter the breaking cue weights, the faster the stroking arm moves.
The cue ball can only travel at twice the speed of whatever hits it.
Anything lighter than 14 oz and the stick is too light weight to move the 5.9 oz cue ball at maximum speed.  Basically speaking, the cue ball would be too heavy for any cue stick weighing less than 14 oz to transfer its energy mass.
As a full length aiming jump cue, the 14 oz G-10 ASSAULT, can easily jump from 12” to 50”.  Switch out the breaking handle and add the 13” jumping handle and at 6 oz, it jumps from 2” - 50+” with ease.


Customer Reviews

Reviewed by Gary S, 05/24/2017

You meet so many people, I am sure you won\'t remember, but we met at the 2014 spring ACS in Vegas.  I was a weak at jump shots.  We played a few racks, demoing the break and jump cues. I bought the full cue package.

The break cue is awesome.  Easy to get  power with control without flailing away at the cue ball AND if you do need extra power you still get control when breaking hard because you don\'t have the flail to get that extra pop.

I am playing a summer 9 ball league and so far I have made a ball and not scratched 48 times out of 55 breaks.

Last night I was full ball hooked 2x with the cue ball a full diamond into the kitchen, the intervening ball opposite the side pocket and the object ball was below the long rail middle diamond about a diamond off the long rail - pulled out the break cue  and made a perfect long jump with draw and then ran the last 5 balls to win!  I thought wow - a couple of opps later almost the same shot but a little longer jump with follow needed for shape.  Pulled out the breaker again and unbelievable - made the jump with a little follow and got out again! 2 long power jumps with the breaker.

On short jumps I am using the short jumpers and virtually never miss the ball.  Best value for jump/break combos out there.  Great teacher and great equipment.

Reviewed by Gary , 02/28/2016

Before G10 I was a below average jump shot maker - now I can fly the ball 5 feet  and pot a ball.  I get post match comments - like "what a shot"  "unreal"