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    Cuttyhunk Cortland Linen

    I came across a couple of 50 yd. spools of vintage Cortland Linen No. 9, 27 lb. test and grabbed them at what I believe to be a decent price in the hopes that I will be able to have a vintage cue appropriately restored if/when I come across one worthy in the future. For me, the only downside...
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    Cue repair lathe for sale near Mesa, Arizona

    https://phoenix.craigslist.org/evl/spo/d/mesa-pool-cue-repair-lathe/6838121714.html I have no dog in this hunt but wanted to share the info in case someone is looking. Admin please delete it this is not the appropriate place to post.
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    ferrule discolored

    I changed the tip on a friends cheap "walmart type" cue the other day, and the ferrule material started to turn kind of opaque after I applied the glue. It was milky white before the application. Is this because I used the normal Gorilla superglue or because it is just a cheap and crappy ferrule?
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    Charles C. Peterson and Isaac Leon Klasky

    I picked up a nice ebony 26 1/2 over the weekend that came out of an estate sale in Olivette, MO, near St. Louis. The MOP wedge in the buttsleeve is engraved "To My Friend I. Leon Klasky from Charles C. Peterson 1925. When googling both and posting question to gain more knowledge of the men...
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    Any members in the St. Louis area?

    Any members in the St. Louis area that might be able to run a small errand for me? Will provide details if you PM or text me. Thanks. Scott 713-374-5126
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    cue model numbers

    I don't understand how people CONSTANTLY ask on groups/forums, etc. what model of XXX brand production cue they own. If they are smart enough to know how to start a thread AND post pictures, how can they not find maker catalogs in a normal google search? 90% of them are relatively current...
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    Essential Tremors

    Do any of you guys suffer from essential tremors, and if so, do you do anything that is effective in their reduction? Mine seem to be pretty severe for the first 1/2 hour or so, then seem to settle down some.
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    What adhesive should I use?

    I was playing last week with an early '80s 5/16X18 piloted joint cue. After a hard stroked shot, I noticed the shaft was way off. I generally check to make sure my cue is screwed together tightly about once every 2-3 games. The cue does not normally become loose during play. Basically, the...
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    shafts for old cues

    So what would you do. You buy a vintage cue that comes with 2 or more shafts, and they all have a decent amount of roll and/or are <12.5 in diameter, or both. Knowing that most potential purchasers want "very straight" and full shafts, do you leave it alone, or would you: * Keep the fullest...
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    Thoughts on collectibility

    Just curious what you guys think about future collectability of cues that were owned by well known shortstops as opposed to actual touring pros. Worth more? I have seen a couple recently for sale and wondering if it makes much of a difference. Thanks.
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    Porper Model B

    Don't know seller, but thought I would post link for those who might have interest. https://minneapolis.craigslist.org/wsh/tls/d/lathe-pool-cue/6479134705.html
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    Predator Sneaky

    I have had a cue made with a Predator butt (green veneer version) for about 5 years. It is unmarked, but that isn't too hard to accomplish. My question is: Did Predator make any sneakies back then with a 3/8X10 pin, or were they all uniloc? The shaft I got with it does not match the cue. My...
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    Which would you choose, cue companion or proper B

    I may have the chance to buy a cue companion or model B. Which would you choose and why? Thanks. Porper. I hate spell check.
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    Need help identifying cue

    I just picked this cue up and don't know what kind it is. Any assistance would be appreciated. It has a 3/8 X 10 brass pin flat faced joint. But logo should be the tell. Thanks.
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    recommendations on lathe for making joint protectors

    I would like to make joint protectors and would also like to be able to do my own shaftwork. Any recommendations? I don't plan to make cues, but who knows. Thanks for your responses in advance. Scott
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    Looking for old Omen I had back in 2006

    I would like to find an Omen I owned back in 2006. I can't remember who I sold it to, but I think it was someone in California. It was a 6 point hi-lo cue with amboyna burl points into ebony with a single holly veneer. Black joint collar with check ringwork at joint and at the bottom of...
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    Vintage Brunswick cues

    I recently started a thread on Archived Cue Catalogs and was browsing through the older Brunswick catalogs on Tate's old Palmercollector website and noticed that the Titlists in the earlier catalogs only have 2 veneers, not the typical 4 that I always see on the actual cues. My question is...
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    Help with cue identification

    Just picked this up in trade and would like to ID it if possible. Vintage plain jane with what appears to be Cortland wrap. 5/16X18 pin flat faced joint. Pin is 1" long. Joint collar is micarta and shaft has flat faced brass insert. Cue came to me from Florida if that helps any. Delrin...
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    Vintage Viking redone?

    Sent pics to Viking and hoping to find out more about this cue. Looks to be a legit Z or H-240, but joint pin puzzles me, as I didn't think this pin came out of there shop until several years later. Maybe the cue was sent in to be reworked and they changed the pin? Anyway, the rest of the cue...
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    Help identifying model of Adam Allen Hopkins cue

    I just picked this up over the last week and can't find any catalogs showing this line of cues. I know they made them in their Superstar Series along with Cicero Murphy, Steve Mizerak, and Jim Rempe, but have only seen the catalog for the Rempe models. Any help would be appreciated. Also...
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