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  • Tim Scruggs Sneaky Pete



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    By far one of the coolest Scruggs Sneaky Pete’s we have ever seen. This cue is not for the faint of heart. It does show signs of wear with some bumps and bruises in the finish. But with this cue they honestly add to it’s appeal. See close up pictures. The patina on this cue is very rich and dark. We had this cue tested on a lathe and the butt spins dead true. The shaft is very straight. It has less than half a credit card of taper. The over all beauty of this cue is the fact that it is straight and all original. Right down to the bumper. Pair this up with a newer low deflection shaft, and you will have a classic beauty with a modern hit. We have passed on a lot of Scruggs sneaky Pete’s over the years, but when this cue came to us, it was an easy choice. True cue collectors will have a great appreciation for this cue. The ferrule is LBM making this cue a good international traveler.

  • Carmeli



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    Super looking player by Ariel Carmeli. Black Ash burl points, six high and six low into deep black Ebony. Full Ebony butt sleeve. No inlays. Just all business. The black linen wrap is wound tight and pressed smooth. Both shafts have brand new SIB soft tips. With Ebony nose cues being touted as the best playing cues, and Ariel’s reputation for making some of the best hitting cues, this is an easy call. Ask Ariel to make you a cue with burl wood and you will pay a premium. That makes this cue, at this price, a very good deal. No banned materials make this cue a good candidate for an overseas sale.

  • Dzuricky Custom Cue



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    A  super looking, Ebony four point cue with classic gun sight inlays in the points and butt. If you never had the pleasure of playing with a Bob Dzuricky cue, then your missing out. The 3/8-10 modified pin locks the shafts down tight, and the 3/4′ steel joint provides a perfect balance and solid hit. Great hitting aside, just look at the pictures. This cue is beautiful. Milk white butt cap with stacked veneers. Black paper lined veneers in the points. JW style dash ring collars. all topped off with a fantastic matching set of joint protectors. This cue could almost pass for new. Slight bluing in the Juma shaft is the only signs of use. This is a bargain on a cue that looks and hits this great.

    “The cue showed up as described. It’s amazing how good it looks in person. This truly is a beautiful cue.”  Andy / Boise, ID

  • Richard Black



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    This is the Shanin 2 by Richard Black. Stained Birdseye forearm with floating Cocobolo points. Lots of natural inlays in the forearm. Diamonds in between and in the points. Both ferrules are natural also. Six maple windows with inlays in the sleeve. The exotic wrap on this cue is stunning, and a pricey upgrade. A matching set of joint protectors completes this cue. A really sharp looking cue with a Black cue’s hit. With a price this low, were predicting an early departure on this cue.

     

  • Blackcreek



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    What a beautiful cue. Travis Niklich hits a home run with this cue. Old school Titlist colors, Cocobolo butt sleeve and points into extreme high figure Birdseye forearm. Big delrin butt cap with a tan brown bumper. It has that half sized 5/8 inch 5/16-14 steel joint that everyone has been talking about lately. And the compression shafts have a very snug fit. This cue is in excellent condition, bargain priced, and comes with custom joint protectors. What else? It’s a full splice! That’s right. This is cue is made using one of Travis’s own full splice blanks. This is a lot of cue for the money. Also, with LBM ferrules, this cue can be shipped overseas.

     

  • RC3



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    This is a great deal on one of the best playing cues out there. A beautiful cue with Spalted Maple butt sleeve and 3 high and low points into Purple Heart. The linen wrap is an off white with double brown spec, and is a perfect match to this cue. The points have Richard’s signature one sided veneers. Both of the shafts are full with LBM ferrules, thick black carbon fiber pads, and new Kamikaze medium tips. Custom stitch rings at all the positions. All topped off with a custom set of matching joint protectors. This cue screams “Play with me!” If you want his cue, don’t think twice about it. Richard Chudy players don’t come up very often, and at this price, it won’t last.

  • Shawn Putnam



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    What a great looking cue. A Christmas cue dated 12/25/05 by Shawn Putnam. It has 8 points of Bocote into a straight grain Maple nose with spear inlays between the points. A high figured Bocote butt sleeve with silver dash ring work at the butt cap, joint and collars. This cue looks as though it has seen very little play and is in excellent condition. It comes as a complete package with matching custom joint protectors and a new 2 x 3 case. This is a deal that’s hard to pass up. A signed and dated custom cue 2 shaft cue with matching joint protectors, a rich leather wrap, shipped in a new case, at a very low price. Don’t think on this one long. It won’t last.

  • Tony Layne Conversion



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    Here’s a truly great cue. This is a conversion cue by Tony Layne. This was a project cue that Tony did personally for us. It was made from a pre 1945 Willie Hoppe Titlist one piece cue. It is listed in Excellent condition, and not new, only because the butt was played with using another Layne shaft. The shafts are full and un-played. They have Moori Mediums and thick black pads. All the white is natural. The wood is a very dark Rosewood and the color in the points is vibrant. Notice the old school thick .060″ nickel rings in the collars and in the matching joint protectors. It comes with the option of a rubber bumper for safe play on hard floors. We have included lots of pictures of the progression of this cue. Notice the changes that where made along the way. Tony decided to pass on the decal. The wrap selection went from textured black to a dark brown Spanish bull print. A lot of work went into the weight bolt. This cue has a slimmer handle with a the butt cap measuring 1.235″. A pricey upgrade by other cue makers. You don’t see cues like this every day. If you are a conversion enthusiast don’t let this cue get away.

  • Tascarella



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    Beautiful Brazilian Rosewood butt sleeve and points into straight grain maple. A no nonsense 4 point Hoppe player by a top tier cue builder. Pete’s cues play amazing. Four veneers; black, red, black, red. All natural ferrules and Hoppe ring. Pete is known as the best with leather wraps and this textured leather wrap is no exception. Great cue. Matching custom joint protectors. Nice price. No two year wait. If you want to treat yourself to something special, here it is.

     

  • Josh Treadway



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    Beautiful Ebony Nosed Bridge Point Hoppe from Josh Treadway. Josh said he has only made a few bridge point cues. The wrap is authentic Cortland #9. All the white is natural including the joint protectors. Shaft 2 is unplayed while shaft 1 only has a few hours on it. Both shafts were hand selected by Josh from his reserves of over 1500 pieces of stock. Both have Searing medium tips and have a snug compression fit. The natural over steel joint provides a hit with tremendous feedback. With Ebony nosed cues being so popular, this cue is bargain priced. Seems like just yesterday Josh was being talked about as the new guy with promise. He has definitely kept his promise.