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  • Michael Vollmer


    A cue this Beautiful deserves a name great name. Michael Vollmer referred to this cue as “Brown Sugar.” This is a Cocobolo eight point into intense curly maple. The longer points are re-cuts. All the white in this cue including the ferrules is natural. Just check out the massive graining in the butt cap. Including the “V” in the cap, the butt has a total of 89 inlays. Not to mention the shaft collars having 8 inlays each. The most beautiful part of this cue may just be the shafts. Michael is known for his outstanding shaft work. The wine colored Spanish bull leather wrap has a very soft feel and is a perfect match on this cue. The custom inlaid joint protectors are the perfect way to finish off one of the best looking cues on the market. Michael has definitely cemented his mark as a top tier cue builder. Hear is an opportunity to own one of his very best cues at a great price.

  • Bob Runde


    One word, Loaded. Just look at the pictures. All of the white, with the exception of the butt cap and joint protectors, is natural material including the ferrules. Box veneers in the butt. Abalone and Mother of Pearl accents. Rich textured Spanish Bull wrap. Great color combination in the veneers. New Kamikaze medium tips. Custom matching joint protectors. Bob’s flat faced 5/16-14 joint that provides a tremendous hit that rivals any big pin flat joint. This is a great collectible that you will not be able to keep in the closet.

    “This Runde plays so Good! Thank you again.”  Steve / Cheboygan, Michigan

  • Dan Dishaw Cue


    Now here is a great deal. A brand new, wholesale priced Dan Dishaw six point custom! This cue looks beautiful and hits solid. Snakewood into curly Maple. All the white inlays are natural material. The linen wrap is double pressed and very tight. The ferrules are linen based material. The extra beauty ring in the butt sleeve that separates the the two woods just adds that much more to this cue. This truly is a lot of cue at a bargain price.

    “I received the cue today and it looks great. Thanks so much.”  Anthony / Fredericksburg, Virginia
  • Omen Cue


    A very fine looking player from Pete Ohman. The Birdseye in the nose of this cue is some of the finest we have ever seen. The Ebony is jet black and the the rings are in all the positions. Both shafts have natural ferrules and the wrap looks as good as new. Up close Pete’s cues always look amazing. Points are always sharp, his ring work is superb, and his shafts never disappoint. Omen Custom Cues are definitely some of the best playing cues made today.

    “The Omen arrived yesterday in excellent condition. Great packing job. Very sweet stick. Thanks.”  Phil / Broomall, Pennsylvania

  • Rick Howard


    Here is a super sharp 8 point Rick Howard. The butt sleeve and points are very highly figured Curly Maple. The nose is made from some of the darkest Ebony we have ever seen. This cue is in such great condition, it could pass for new. One shaft looks to be un-played, and the other may have a couple of racks on it. Both shafts are full and have LBM ferrules. A lot has been said about the great hit of Rick’s cues, and it’s all true. You could pay thousands more and not get a cue that plays as well as this one does.

  • Black Boar


    6 pt. Black Boar ESO cue
    We call this an ESO cue which stands for Every So Often.
    ESO a cue comes our way that has all the qualities that make for a special cue. This Boar is one of those cues.
    *Black Boars in general are noted to be collectible and sought after.
    *The 6 pointers are the rarest with only 60 – 90 ever hand crafted.
    *Tony Scianella describes the 6 pointers as “Treasured Cues.”
    *This 6 pointer is one of a small percentage that Tony made with the time consuming L channel hardwood recut points. Each tall point in this cue is made of 3 individual deep knifed points; Ebony, Tulip, and Ebony wood, making it, in Tony’s words, ‘a 12 pointed cue.’
    *Due to the time and labor in making these points, they were only made on a small percentage of the early 6 pointers. To this day tony will not make these points.
    When you look at the pictures of this cue, and understand it’s history, you will appreciate what we mean by a cue like this comes by every so often.

  • Robert Harris Cue


    A very sharp looking cue from Bob Harris. This cue has been played but is in great condition. Tiffany style notched diamonds with barbells. The teal, blue and black veneers are great combination. The bull print leather is very soft. This cue has a very solid hit and the weight on this cue can be easily adjusted. The joint protectors with matching inlays complete this cue nicely. The joint and butt cap appear to be Juma along with all the white inlay.

    “The cue came today and it is outstanding! I absolutely love it. The hit and the shaft taper just fits me perfectly. Thank you so much.”  Tommy / Fresno, California


  • Tony Sauer Titlist Conversion


    Tony Sauer’s personal player. A beautiful Brazilian Rosewood Titlist conversion. This cue was built to be a workhorse. Extra long points and no frills. The Hoppe ring and ferrules are all natural as well as the joint. Both shafts were made from 45+ year old Titlist cues. This cue has seen plenty of tournament play and has a few very light dings but nothing through the finish. The wrap has that feel that only Cortland linen can deliver. The only reason Tony parted with this cue is because he is into doing inlays now and wanted his new player to show case some of his ornate talent. Were throwing in the tapped weight bolt and rubber bumper in case you feel you need it. It will add 1/2 oz. when installed.

  • Paul Mottey


    A rare and stunning Mottey box cue. This is an unsigned Paul Mottey that is featured on page 55 in the Blue Book of Cues first edition. Loads of boxes and propellers. Beautiful Snakewood butt sleeve with Birdeye propellers and framed boxes. This color pattern is reversed in the forearm. Both ferrules are all natural material. The brown lizard wrap is a perfect match to the Snakewood. What more could you want in a collectible Mottey. A great price? It has that too.

  • Andy Gilbert Titlist Conversion


    Andy Hits a home run with this conversion. Very clean look with just enough abalone inlays to accent the cue without overwhelming it. Were not sure of the date on this cue but it looks very old school. Thicker nickle rings in the collars. Old brick red brown phenolic. 1-1/2″ milk white delrin butt cap. Notched diamonds. Not saying this is a vintage cue but Andy really captures that timeless look. Andy is known for never signing his conversions, but his signature is on the C.O.A.. The joint is all natural and the ferrules are LBM. Great looking cue with a solid big pin hit.

    “Received the Gilbert yesterday … exactly as promised and I’m very happy. I additionally appreciate the extra set of joint protectors – great and classy touch. Will keep my eyes on the site as I’m sure we’ll be doing some business again soon! Regards,”  David / Tomball, Texas