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Identify Pool Cue with No Name


Identify Pool Cue with No Name

I am looking to identify maker of this pool cue. It doesn't have a name or mark on it that I can see.

It feels good. But I know cheaper companies are making them better every day. Like like the old days.

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Identify Pool Cue with No Name

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  1. shadycreek1billiardsforum on 8/31/2017 6:26:50 PM

    I don't have a magic perfect answer for you like the other cue, but...

    Searching for that weird looking rubber bumper led me toward "5280 Pool Cues". You are missing the center plug which covers the screw, which would have identified it as a 5280 cue:

    bump_5280_1.jpg

    I am not versed in the models, so I don't recognize it, nor have I dealt with them before. But they are sold by all of the major cue sport retailers, so I am sure you can do some searching armed with a brand name...

    Let me know if you figure it out, and I will do the same if I come across a model number.

  2. shadycreek1shadycreek1 on 8/31/2017 6:43:03 PM

    Aren't you a wealth of knowledge! 😁 Greatly appreciate your input. I did get the Meucci SS13. Great cue in great shape. This other one was like 15 bucks. It felt pretty good so I figured it would make a good house stick if nothing else. I've got some great deals at the pawns shops. McDermott with an OB2 shaft and got a break cue, a Jacoby heavy hitter.

    And yes, funky rubber bumper... looks like they're actually not real cheap. I like the inlay on it.

    Thanks again.
    Mike

  3. shadycreek1Mark Bellamy on 9/1/2017 4:40:06 PM

    I will give you $25 for this 5280 pool cue. Let me know.

  4. shadycreek1Mark Bellamy on 12/20/2017 7:12:18 PM

    Still interested in buying your cue. I pay up front & have a good reputation.

  5. shadycreek1shadycreek1 on 12/21/2017 1:07:14 PM

    I'm not looking to sell the pool cue, I use it for guests instead of them beating up my Meucci cues.

  6. shadycreek1shadycreek1 on 10/31/2018 11:29:37 AM

    I missed out on the chance to buy it at a pawn shop, it looked high quality but with out markings, I passed until I could find out more. Thanks for attempt to help. Mike

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Identify Pool Cue with No Name

  • Title: Identify Pool Cue with No Name
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  • Published: 8/31/2017 4:22:54 PM
  • Last Updated: 8/31/2017 5:59:00 PM
  • Last Updated By: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)