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Info About a Brunswick Cue

Info About a Brunswick Cue

I'm just wondering if anyone has any catalogue images or any interesting info about the two Brunswick cue's I have here.

I have the original sales receipt for the white one which was sold in December of '93 which states that it's a CF 060 TG-3 model MSRP $129.95.

I'm more interested in the older one though. Also, in regard to the white one, I believe it's a fiberglass wrapped cue, was this one of the first production runs of fiberglass wrapped cue's ever made by a cue maker?? Was Brunswick the first to develop this? Both cue's are in good shape and I use the white one as my play cue, and the older one just for fun once in a while on an old '60's Brunswick Viscount 9ft table.

Any info would be greatly appreciated!





Info About a Brunswick Cue

Replies & Comments

  1. Charmzdubbilliardsforum on 4/23/2019 2:49:42 PM

    One on the left is a Brunswick Sportsman cue, circa 1979.

    From the 1979 Brunswick cues catalog:


    A blend of colored styling and professional craftsmanship. The Sportsman features a South American __ hardwood butt wiht a tri-color nylon cord wrap and a pearlized plastic butt end. A Brunswick Uni-shaft, slip finish, professional taper, and pro-shaped French tip add to the Sportsman's playability,. Available in 18 to 21 oz. weights.


  2. CharmzdubCharmzdub on 4/27/2019 2:48:17 AM

    This is great! Thanks for the response!

  3. CharmzdubRackAndRollBilliardHallAndMuseum on 5/2/2019 6:27:50 PM

    Any idea which maker produced the Sportsman Cue line for Brunswick?

    It looks like a Schmelke joint, doesn't it?

  4. Charmzdubuser1644218702 on 2/6/2022 11:25:02 PM

    I shoot a lot of pool. I had a discussion with somebody about pool cues and told them I had owned a white Brunswick cue. I couldn't find any info on it until I stumbled on your pictures above.

    I couldn't remember the dates exactly but I knew that I had bought it new sometime between 1993-1995.

    I learned to shoot pool with that cue and it was stolen from a bar. I would really love to add it back to my cue collection.

    Would you consider selling that cue?

  5. Charmzdubbilliardsforum on 4/25/2023 8:09:15 AM

    @RackAndRollBilliardHallAndMuseum - Correct. Schmelke Cue of Rice Lake, WI produced these cues for Brunswick.

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Info About a Brunswick Cue

  • Title: Info About a Brunswick Cue
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  • Published: 4/17/2019 6:42:04 PM
  • Last Updated: 4/23/2019 2:51:05 PM
  • Last Updated By: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)