> I recently saw an ad for Smith and Wesson cues,the same as the firearm company,and was wondering if anyone had any input/experience with them. I would think they would at least be decent cues,a company with their kind of rep simply will not their name on junk. They are probably full of just killer machinists,and because of the financing they have available,their equipment would rival any in the world theoretically. Tommy D.
"I'm going to try to work it out so at the end its a pure guts race.............because if it is..............I'm the only one that can win." Steve Prefontaine
Actually one of the principles behind the cues is a very good NJ player. The cues are right there with any other low end cue. They have a creative weight bolt assembly.
They also have a name cuemaker (don't know who) producing a certain number of custom cues for S/W club members. There is also a poker gaming tie in and other items.
BTW I would think they also make a good corporate sponsor...
Joe (---think about it.. shoot pool... shoot guns... not a hard thing to realize.
Trade opportunity: I am trying to fulfill someones collection. I need a Palmer Model I from the second catalog, and a Palmer 18, from the third catalog. If you have either of these, we can possibly do something.
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i think i remeber someone telling me they are made by mcdermott or something like that....
main weapons = TS in avatar, TS titlist or '88 SW <> j/b = Diveney w lakesalvage shaft <> case = 3x6 Whitten or 4x8 Porper
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