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  • Riley Snooker cue


    For those who prefer the game this is a great cue to have. Hickory and Ebony butt with a pearl design and a hard Hickory shaft.

  • Dick Lanz Sneaky Pete


    A true bar room sneaky. There are no external markings on this cue. No collar rings. Nothing that would lead you to think it is a great playing, extremely versatile custom cue. All the specs are given with out the additional weight bolts that are included and can easily be added in 0.1 oz. increments to customize this cue to any weight you desire. Dick signed the butt under the bumper verifying its origin in a stealthy manor. Both shafts have all natural ferrules and Moori Medium tips with black pads. And yes, it hits like a true custom should. Keep you’re Szamboti at home where it’s safe and take this cue out on the town to get the job done.

  • It’s George Cue Case 2X4


    This is an It’s George – Omega Billiards – exclusive case. It has the logo on both the bottom and the top. That was done only for Omega billiards out of Hurst, Texas. This case looks as though it was only used for storage. It doesn’t appear to have had a chalked cue in it and the grommets on the bottom are scratch free. Very attractive and inexpensive case. Great for a night out or storing a couple of collectibles. It has a full strap on the back and a large padded side handle. It is made of real leather in an eel print. Both zippers work as they should. Comes with the original key.

  • South West Cue 402-05


    Here is a mint South West cue pin number 402-05. This cue has been lathe tested and the butt as well as both shafts are dead straight. The forearm is Goncalo Alves and the points and butt sleeve are Brazilian Tulip wood. Laurie Franklin confirmed this for us. The wrap is a full belly Spanish Lizard. It matches the woods perfectly and really makes the colors in the cue pop. The exotic wood upgrade cost on a cue like this being made by South West today is $1200.00. The ferrules are melamine. Matching joint protectors are by Jim Baxter. Laurie also mentioned that the woods in this cue are getting harder to locate. South West Cue’s is just now working on completing their 2004 orders. So yes, there is an 11 year wait. This cue includes, and will be shipped in, the brand new 1×2 real leather cue case that is seen in the pictures.

    “Thanks. Very professional transaction. Great Communication. We’ll do it again.  JimmyRayK  / Southern Indiana  

  • Michael Vollmer


    New, unplayed, no bluing in the shafts. Definitely the sharpest looking full Ebony cue that we have ever seen. The wrap is Teju print embossed cow leather and the Ebony is jet black. The ring work on the butt is made up of 112 inlays and there are 16 inlays on each shaft collar. Michael’s shafts are some of the best shafts made today. The ferrules are natural material. This cue was acquired from a large private collection and is in new condition. We talked with Michael and he said it would cost around $2800.00 to make this cue and that does not include the risk and cost of shipping it to the US.

  • Joss West


    Super looking, fully original vintage Joss West with the sideways W. Original finish and linen wrap. This cue even has Bill Stroud’s very popular veneer color combination of green and rust. Great price, player, and collectible all in one.

  • Tony Layne Jump Cue Hazelnut #47


    A brand new and very rare Tony Layne Jump cue. Tony only made a few of these cues do to the dwindling availability of Dymond Wood. The color of this cue is Hazelnut #47 and it is stunning. Tony paid great attention to detail in the making of this particular cue. Notice how the grain in the Dymond Wood plies line up. The wood plies even line up on the TL matching custom joint protectors. Don’t overlook the cool Hoppe style butt with it’s polished weight bolt. This cue comes with a G-10 ferrule tip. If you are like the Dymond Wood for jumping but don’t like the G-10 for breaking, hear is the perfect jump cue.

  • Brunswick Centennial Cue Ball


    If you ever looked for one on it’s own, you know how hard it is to find these. This is an original, made by Brunswick cue ball. It is new un-played. It appears to be older do to the slight yellowing. If yours is nicked up, or if you just want a new spear, don’t pass this one up. You’ll go nuts trying to find one. We do not have the original packaging.

  • Tim Scruggs


    A great looking Cocobolo Tim Scruggs cue inlaid with Ebony diamonds and dots. Beautiful ring work and nice Birdeyes in the forearm. We bought this cue from it’s original owner who had it put away since the mid nineties. This cue is 100% original including the finish and the wrap. Both shafts have natural ferrules and are the original shafts to the cue. This is a very good price on a serious collectible Scruggs.

  • Runde Schon


    A very cool Runde Schon. Bob’s signature stitch rings at all 5 positions. Who ever owned this cue originally took very good care of it. This cue has been played but not abused. It appears to be all original from the wrap down to the bumper. When a cue comes in we sometimes replace the wrap, clean the shafts and treat them to a cleaning, but there is something truly special about the character of this cue. We will let the new owner decide on any restoration if they choose to. It’s not one-of-a-kind, but cool.

    “One of the best experiences in buying cues. Thanks for the exceptional customer service.”  Troy / Brooklyn Park, Minnesota