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Help Identifying This Pool Cue

Help Identifying This Pool Cue

Can anyone help me to identify this pool cue?

Update: Thanks for looking. Here are a couple of close up pics I had on my phone.

Unfortunately, there are no markings or text with a name anywhere. It is a little shorter than most sticks and has a brown bumper on the end of the butt.

I would guess some work has been done to it since the white pieces on the ends don’t match.

I am not sure how old it is, I got it thirty years or so ago at a pawn shop. It came in a soft brown Brunswick case.

Help Identifying This Pool Cue

Replies & Comments

  1. Nickbilliardsforum on 6/10/2014 8:41:24 AM

    Can you describe any markings or inscriptions or text which might be on the cue? Anything else you know about it e.g. how old it might be, where you got it, etc.?

  2. NickZiggy_Lee on 6/10/2014 12:24:22 PM

    Nick it looks like an old Adams cue, but I might be wrong. I would like to see some more pics up closer. Good luck in your search.

  3. NickMark Bellamy on 9/1/2017 3:40:35 PM

    Do you still have this cue stick? I would like to buy it from you. It looks like the one I played with when I started playing pool. That was 45 years ago! It could've ended up in the pawn shop where you bought it. What did you pay for it?

    My son & I play pool together. He would get a big kick out of seeing his "ol' man's" cue stick from the past.

  4. NickNick on 9/4/2017 2:39:45 AM

    It was a present. I still have the pool cue it but the shaft is broken.

  5. NickMark Bellamy on 9/5/2017 2:27:47 PM

    Maybe the shaft can be fixed? I would still like to buy it. Can you give me a good price?

    I did some checking here. The shaft can be fixed. It will cost some money though. If you give me a good price I will be glad to buy it from you. I will not just let it sit around, I will pay to have it repaired and will play pool with it.

    I would like to buy this cue from you, but as I mentioned, it looks like the top of the joint is missing but it can be repaired here locally.

    I would give you $100 for it.

    I'm trying to reconnect with my son right now. He stays so busy. I want to make a special night out with his "old man" and this cue stick. Corny huh?

    Please let me know. I can pay you for this cue stick and it can live again.

  6. Nickuser1511848538 on 11/28/2017 12:55:39 AM

    It's an old Brunswick. :)

  7. NickMark Bellamy on 12/8/2017 3:05:27 PM

    @Nick - I would still like to buy this cue from you.

  8. NickMark Bellamy on 1/28/2018 5:37:37 PM

    I am still interested in buying this cue from you.

  9. Nickbilliardsforum on 1/28/2018 6:31:24 PM

    @user1511848538 - How do we know it's a Brunswick cue? Can you share a brochure or something showing the cue?

    It's very similar to a few of the cues in the 1981-1982 Brunswick pool cue catalogs, but I cant find any with that identical model.

  10. Nickuser1557633413 on 5/11/2019 8:56:54 PM

    Has anyone figured out for sure exactly what brand of cue this is yet?

    I have the same cue.

  11. NickMark Bellamy on 6/21/2019 12:43:12 PM
    • @user1557633413 - What would you take for your pool cue? My son and I would treasure this cue.
    • @Nick - I still want to buy the cue that you have. $100 is a real good price for a broken pool cue stick.

      Please respond!

      How much would you take for your pool cue?

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Help Identifying This Pool Cue

  • Title: Help Identifying This Pool Cue
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  • Published: 6/10/2014 7:41:04 AM