This cue is most likely a Meucci 95-12 cue with a black wrap. It could also be a Meucci M-7 or a more modern Meucci HOF-2.
This design has transcended into the more modern Meucci cues. The lineage goes like this:
- Meucci Buddy Hall BH-3 (Buddy Hall Series) - Would have the "Buddy Hall" stamp.
- Meucci M-7 ("Meucci Series" early 1990s)
The guy in this topic has a Meucci cue with the same Meucci design, and his is probably the M-7.
- Meucci 95-12 (Meucci 95 Series - 1994-1996)
- Meucci HOF-2 (Meucci HOF Series - 1997-Present)
The Meucci HOF-2 is a newer version of the Meucci 95-12, and would come with a Meucci Red Dot shaft.
Your photos aren't clear enough to determine which of those it is (they are essentially the same cue, the Meucci M-7, was made into the 95-12, then into the HOF-2).
By the way, It is NOT a Meucci 84-4, as that cue doesn't have the white points, though it is similar.
So yeah, based on that small picture you uploaded, it is either a Meucci M-7, Meucci 95-12, or a Meucci HOF-3 pool cue.
Most cue photos are horrible and don't show colors and detail well, so it is tough to identify them properly sometimes.
By the way, you can tell the Meucci M7 cue apart from the 95-12 and HOF-2 by it's rubber bumper plug diameter:
- 1980s and earliest 1990s bumpers are about 3/4" or .750 (See top portion of photo below)
- The newer Meucci cues use .675 (See middle portion of photo below)