Predator BK RUSH Sport Wrap Break Cue

Predator BK RUSH Sport Wrap Break Cue

The Predator BK RUSH Sport Wrap Break Cue combines Predator’s proven BK technology with an optimized REVO carbon fiber composite shaft developed for breaking. Featuring a four-piece fused construction butt that is break balanced to deliver more power with less effort, and a REVO BK-R carbon fiber composite break shaft developed to transfer that raw power with the accuracy of a playing shaft. The Predator BK-Rush is our most powerful break cue, it simply obliterates the competition.

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Our Price: $749.00

Predator BK RUSH Sport Wrap Break Cue


  • REVO BK-R Carbon Fiber Composite Shaft
  • Uni-Loc® Steel-Lite Pin
  • Uni-Loc® Weight Cartridge System
  • Five-zone Sport2 Grip
  • REVO soft bag
  • REVO Wipes (x5)
  • Microfiber Cleaning Cloth
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Jan 8, 2020 by Julio Rueda
"Best break cue I’ve used , scatters balls with very low force ... got is very quick less than a week thanks heath "
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Oct 15, 2020 by Anthony Cheng
"My personal opinion about the BK Rush is that, it one-upped my expectations.

From the start, I have an idea what I'd be getting my hands at for that cry-me-a-river cost.
I primarily seek the hybrid tip, which is not sold separately up to this point in time.
It's not so much about the carbon fiber despite being a significant contributor to the cost.

When I got the BK Rush, I expected it to allow me to break with more control. (It surely does.)
For instance compared to my $80 break cue, this allows me to break easier for the 8-ball game 2nd-ball break method.
If you are not familiar, this method requires a break with english.
And therefore, it is not as easy nor accurate when performed using a phenolic break cue.

What goes beyond my expectation was that, because it allows English to be imparted on the cue ball,
I was able to break and run* both 8-ball and 9-ball games with it. (Only once each game; I'm not an avid player; But I played with this cue enough to be able to comment)
After all, how many break cues allow you to draw the cue ball at table-length?

*But then also, just because it can doesn't mean that it's sufficient.
Compared to the regular playing cues, maybe other than house cues, the break cue still fare below them as far as performance for purpose of playing.

Why it matters to me is that, I have been looking for a second cue to add to the arsenal in the case that my primary cue is unavailable for some reason (i.e. the tip fell off).
After the starry eyes subsided in experiencing this cue, I'm now seriously considering whether or not I'd keep this break cue as a secondary playing cue as well.
I'd still give handicap in this case; but in an "emergency" situation,
it is actually not even close to desperado when continuing the game with this cue.

I went off a tangent there. We are supposed to be talking about a break cue... used for breaking right?
Well, as mentioned early on, I have an initial idea of what I'm expecting out of this cue. But it one-upped my expectations.
There is only so much to breaking, isn't there? But there are a lot more to this cue than just a controlled break.

This would be my honest impression about this cue.

Advantages: - Bestest (in my opinion) tip to ever be made

- Durability of Carbon Fiber Shaft

- Comfortable grip

- Ability to fine-tune weight to within 0.1oz

Disadvantages: - Cost

- As break cue: none compared to others

- As playing cue: while English is possible, the tip can go as far right/left compared to using regular playing cue.
I'm aware that this is unfair as an advantage. But this means, there is a limit to the type of shots this cue can do when used as a backup playing cue.
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Feb 4, 2020 by ChrisW
"I ordered this cue at 21oz and quickly found out its really not about the weight. I locked mine in at 19.02oz and haven't looked back. About 200 breaks on it and it just keeps getting better. If you can justify the cost, this is probably the baddest break cue out right now. Ran the app against a couple other cues and the BK Rush outperformed every time. IMO, worth every penny if you play. "

Advantages: Everybody wants to touch it.

Disadvantages: Everybody wants to touch it.
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