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Identify our Adam Cue Model Numbers

Identify our Adam Cue Model Numbers

I need some help identifying our Adam pool cues. My husband and I purchased these cues in the very late 1980s. We recently learned about Adam cues and are wondering about these...

We were completely clueless in college when we bought them. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you.





Identify our Adam Cue Model Numbers

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  1. dopeythedwarfbilliardsforum on 10/11/2017 5:45:56 PM

    You guys have some great older Adam "Bandit" pool cues. This line was made in the early 1970s and continued on for a number of years. Yours are from the later editions of the line when they re-released their "Bandit" cue line.

    Return of the Bandits!

    Canadian rock maple shafts. Double brass joints. Interchangeable screw-on tip and ferrule combinations.

    The one with the darker butt-sleeve is an Adam MAC-7 model pool cue.


    The other one is the Adam MAC-5 pool cue.


    Unfortunately I don't currently have any pricing info on these, but they look to be in great shape, and you would be well advised to find some comparable by keeping an eye on eBay ads, and other classified sites, etc. before selling them. The newer Adam cues are cheaper-made and aren't worth a whole lot, but these older models are more sought-after and generally regarded as better quality.

  2. dopeythedwarfdopeythedwarf on 10/12/2017 12:06:46 PM

    Thank you so much! This solves the mystery. I did a ton of google searches and never came across these particular cues. Knowing what to search for is a great help. I found a pdf of an ad with these cues pictured.

    Besides eBay, are there better sites to search for value? We really aren't interested in selling but it would be fun to know the value.

    Thank you again!


  3. dopeythedwarfbilliardsforum on 10/12/2017 5:23:40 PM

    eBay and the other classified sites are ok, but you sometimes don't know if the item actually sold at the given price.

    I find it better to join a pool cue traders facebook group and ask the experts there on how they might value it. Might even be an Adam Cue Collectors group, which would be even better.

    Good luck, and let us know if you find anything out.

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Identify our Adam Cue Model Numbers

  • Title: Identify our Adam Cue Model Numbers
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  • Published: 10/11/2017 11:42:14 AM
  • Last Updated: 10/11/2017 5:19:31 PM
  • Last Updated By: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)