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Who Makes Excalibur Cues?

Who Makes Excalibur Cues?

My Dad and I bought these Excalibur cues for around $150 each in 1999 at a recreation supply store that carried a lot of Brunswick stuff.

Does anyone have any Idea who makes these cues?

I thought they might have been made by Brunswick, but cannot find any sort of verification on that.

Thanks in advance for any information...



Who Makes Excalibur Cues?

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  1. Jibba73billiardsforum on 2/19/2021 3:27:43 AM

    The Excalibur cue brand was created for/by J & S Sales, a billiard wholesale company out of N.Y. which also started Cuetec, now owned by Imperial International Co.

    The brand still exists and has always been an inexpensive import cue. They're made in china if I am not mistaken.

    Think of it as an "economy version" of a Cuetec cue (which is already an economy-cue brand in an of itself).

    Yours seem like they're at the nicer-end of the range of Excalibur cues e.g. full splice points in the forearm and legitimate inlays in the butt sleeve, etc.

    Apparently some older ones (with wooden thread joints) may have been made by Viking Cue for a short while, but not the ones in your photos.

  2. Jibba73user1628098510 on 8/4/2021 10:35:11 AM

    I have a 1 of 1 Excalibur Sierra 2000 that says Eric Niemira.

    If anyone knows anything about it, please let me know in that thread.

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Who Makes Excalibur Cues?

  • Title: Who Makes Excalibur Cues?
  • Author: (Tim Paige)
  • Published: 2/18/2021 7:49:37 AM
  • Last Updated: 2/19/2021 3:10:15 AM
  • Last Updated By: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)