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Identify "Flash Break" Pool Cue

Identify "Flash Break" Pool Cue

I need your help identifying this cue which says "Flash Break" on the forearm. It has a stainless steel joint.






Identify "Flash Break" Pool Cue

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  1. vlahmapoutrasbilliardsforum on 1/17/2018 7:35:29 PM

    I don't recognize the cue. Are the points real points or just painted on, or just a sticker or decal? Can't tell. Also, you know the drill:

    • Any other markings on the cue?
    • Where did you get the cue?
    • When?
    • Is it real hardwood?
    • What type of joint does it have?
    • Is it a one-piece cue, or two-piece?
  2. vlahmapoutrasvlahmapoutras on 1/19/2018 3:41:40 PM

    Thanks for your replies. By the way can you identify the joint type this cue has?

  3. vlahmapoutrasbilliardsforum on 1/19/2018 6:39:14 PM

    Not sure... too hard to detect the joint type from the photo. Would be easy if we knew what brand it was.

    I mean it looks to be a standard 5/16x14 stainless steel joint but just not 100% sure. Just measure the thickness and count the threads to get a better idea. Or take it in to your local pool cue shop and get a confirmation one way or another.

  4. vlahmapoutrasuser1517451635 on 1/31/2018 9:20:36 PM

    I have a Flash Break cue also. It is 5/16x18.

    It wasn't too expensive. In 1997, it was $170 dollars in Spain.

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Identify "Flash Break" Pool Cue

  • Title: Identify "Flash Break" Pool Cue
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  • Published: 1/17/2018 12:41:32 PM
  • Last Updated: 1/17/2018 7:33:50 PM
  • Last Updated By: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)