The B.R.A.C.- Bank Rail Angle Calculator

The B.R.A.C.- Bank Rail Angle Calculator

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The B.R.A.C. - Bank Rail Angle Calculator will help you master kick shots and bank shots. By using the B.R.A.C., you'll see the precise rail aiming points for a variety of shots, including: 90 degree carom shots, 30 degree carom shots, 1 rail kick shots, 2 rail kick shots, long rail bank shots, and short rail bank shots. The B.R.A.C. - Bank Rail Angle Calculator features:

  • Transparent Card with Angled Lines to Assist Shot Sighting
  • Calculates Aiming Points Instantly
  • Includes Carrying Case and 2 Free Bonus Items
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  • Bank shot angle calculator

    Posted by John Davis on Nov 15th 2019

    Pretty useless without a manual. Video training is not very effective and take up a lot of time.

  • Great help

    Posted by Mike on Aug 19th 2017

    Works as advertised. Easier to see angle now!!!
    Love it


    Posted by Virge on Jan 19th 2017

    I wholeheartedly agree with the other reviewers who stated there needs to be some type of instructions other than the video. It takes a little time to figure it out but the BRAC does work as stated. It might not be as accurate if you play on a pool league, as those tables may not have great rails like your home table does. As far as instructions, in the video posted on this site with the product, the section that has "George" shooting carom shots in a little vague. It shows him using the BRAC to calculate the carom angle but it does not show where he is exactly placing it. There is no overhead view, as like the kicking part of the video. Overall, I believe its a great product but without some better instructions I gave it a 3 star rating. Just have a little patience learning to use it.

  • Use of BRAC

    Posted by Denise Knotts on Dec 7th 2016

    Very helpful!

  • needs better instructions

    Posted by Albert on Nov 29th 2016

    hard to figure out how to use. Went to the online video to figure it out but needs to be more detailed