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Steve Mizerak Pool Cue ID

Steve Mizerak Pool Cue ID

I think the cue in the photo is a Mizerak pool cue signature. White Irish linen wrap w black specs, 58" long, 19 oz. It looks like dark maroon or cherry.

I would like to know what cue I have and it's value, if any.


Steve Mizerak Pool Cue ID

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  1. Philip Purleebilliardsforum on 4/11/2018 4:41:37 AM

    It can't be valued until it can be identified, and in order to identify it, we're going to need to see the rest of the pool cue.

  2. Philip PurleePhilip Purlee on 4/11/2018 6:02:46 AM

    The shaft is trash. What would be best to replace it with?

    The problem I'm having is that I've looked and looked on website after website and I compare the picture (well one pic is all I've found of this thing).

    So even if I don't have half of a Mizerak signature cue will you please tell me how much a vintage 1980's Steve Mizerak pool cue signature is worth?

    I'm telling you that I'm so aggravated over this thing, I can't find out hardly anything about Mizerak cues period except for the really cheap ones.

    Are the expensive Steve Mizerak cues good cue sticks?

    So will you please answer so I can have some closer idea?

  3. Philip Purleebilliardsforum on 4/11/2018 10:56:23 PM

    You are majorly missing the point. I can't tell you ANYTHING about your cue since I don't know what it is.

    It's like asking me how much your car is worth and only showing me a picture of the manufacturer's symbol or the tires.

    Steve Mizerak licensed his name and signature to literally hundreds of different pool cues and the values would range from between $5 on up to thousands of dollars.

    Again, there is no possible way for me to tell you a value for something that you have been unable to show me.

    I assume you have the cue in your possession... why wouldn't you just take a few photos and upload them?

  4. Philip PurleeChopdoc on 4/26/2018 9:24:48 PM

    Could be a G0-1 Polaris, G0-2 Minuteman, or G0-4 Hawk. They were all named after missiles. I have the original catalog.

    With a good shaft it is worth about $35.

    The Mizerak professional series are the ones worth more...maybe 100-200 in excellent condition.

    If you really want a shaft for it, then get a Players shaft on Ebay. 5/16x18 thread. The joint ring won't match but it's a cheap cue so just play with it if you like it.

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Steve Mizerak Pool Cue ID

  • Title: Steve Mizerak Pool Cue ID
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  • Published: 4/11/2018 4:21:26 AM
  • Last Updated: 4/11/2018 4:40:27 AM
  • Last Updated By: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)