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Can Somebody Identify This Cue?


Can Somebody Identify This Cue?

I think its a Brunswick or something from the Adam line of pool cues?

I bought it on eBay, and I am not really concerned about value. I paid $100 and its worth that to me, as it will look good in my rack. I would like to know more about it though.

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Can Somebody Identify This Cue?

Replies & Comments

  1. scottbittnerbilliardsforum on 10/10/2017 6:15:58 PM

    It does have some of the characteristics of an Adam cue, and Adam did make several lines for Brunswick. I had a look through my old Adam catalogs and I am not seeing anything though. It seems a little "off" to me to be from Adam.

    Any markings, numbers, or symbols under the rubber bumper?

    Let me know if you find anything more.

  2. scottbittnerscottbittner on 10/10/2017 7:12:37 PM

    Thanks for your response, I haven't actually received it yet, when it gets here I will send more pics. It looks like a really nice cue in the pictures and looking at the latches on the case it doesn't look like a cheaply built case so I'm thinking its a pretty decent cue whatever it is. Like I said, value doesn't concern me, even if its basically worthless, as long as it's a decent cue and looks as good as the pictures. There are more pics in the listing. I will look through and see if anything will help

    Here's some more pictures of it.

    mystery-cue5jpg.jpg

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    mystery-cue-7.jpg

    mystery-cue2.jpg

    mystery-cue8jpg.jpg

  3. scottbittnerscottbittner on 10/14/2017 11:35:03 AM

    After receiving the cue and looking it over I think its either a modified cue or a custom/homemade cue. nothing under the butt cap, no markings or weight screw. The finish is excellent and the points and inlay work are incredibly well done however the wrap didn't look quite right. It lined up at the top but the bottom wasn't level with the lower ring. I removed it and discovered that they didn't properly match the butt taper when they machined out the butt for the wrap. the butt is also about an inch shorter than most cues with leads me to believe it was a custom (though not quite professional) built cue, or there was another mistake and they needed to chop off an inch. Other than that, its a beautiful cue and shoots great, I'm pretty good with wood and I'm pretty sure I can fix the wrap and it fills the empty #12 slot on my cue rack nicely.

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Can Somebody Identify This Cue?

  • Title: Can Somebody Identify This Cue?
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  • Published: 10/10/2017 10:37:49 AM
  • Last Updated: 10/10/2017 6:17:36 PM
  • Last Updated By: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)