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Billiards can be a blast, when you own a nice cue, you set it against a table and it falls down your cue can be damaged. To protect from this I built this functional yet eye catching cue rest out of left over pieces of African hard wood, teak and leather. Thank you for looking and please VOTE for this!

Step 1: Tools and Materials

TOOLS:

drill press

table saw

scroll saw/jig saw

torch

clamps

square

drum sander

Router/ router table


MATERIALS:

hard wood

leather

lead/steel bar

glue

old mouse pad

varnish

<p>How much lead did you use? </p>
<p>Thank you for your question, I'm guessing around a half pound?</p>

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