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Identify Silver Pool Cue with Uni-Loc Joint Pin


Identify Silver Pool Cue with Uni-Loc Joint Pin

I am trying to identify this silver pool cue with what looks like a uni-loc joint pin.

The other night I was playing in my league and I guy just blurts out to me "Hey you want a free cue it’s pretty cheap but it works". I graciously accepted and realized it works fairly well as a cue.

Now I’m just curious at what it’s intended use is. It is pretty long, I’d say 58' and the black ferrule part under the tip is fairly long. It has no brand name or logo.

I am just curious if anyone could help. Thanks!

Thanks,
Cody

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Identify Silver Pool Cue with Uni-Loc Joint Pin

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  1. user1508085439billiardsforum on 10/31/2017 6:39:27 AM

    Any symbols or markings on or under the black rubber bumper? Any idea what material the pool cue and shaft is made from?

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Identify Silver Pool Cue with Uni-Loc Joint Pin

  • Title: Identify Silver Pool Cue with Uni-Loc Joint Pin
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  • Published: 10/15/2017 12:37:22 PM
  • Last Updated: 10/27/2017 5:34:36 AM
  • Last Updated By: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)