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02-22-2012, 03:25 PM

Last time I saw the cue he did have a new shaft but the wrap was still taken off, so factor in the price of a new wrap.

Greatcues you should stop getting on the defensive so quick. When Jemerson23 post links to your other threads you feel like he is attacking you, when all he is trying to do is protect the community from a potential scam. When he post a link to one of your other threads that is your chance to "calmly" respond and clear up the air.
  
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02-22-2012, 03:30 PM

350 is a reasonable ASKING price. dont expect to get 450 for this cue. most people that buy a mezz want a mezz shaft to go with it, not a predator.
  
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02-22-2012, 04:59 PM

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350 is a reasonable ASKING price. dont expect to get 450 for this cue. most people that buy a mezz want a mezz shaft to go with it, not a predator.
There was no asking price, it said make an offer.

(which I thought was against forum rules?)
  
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well i dont - 02-22-2012, 08:03 PM

know all the rules i could it for 400
  
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know all the rules i could it for 400
Do you even read what you've written before you post?
  
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02-23-2012, 06:37 AM

So if there is no wrap, what is the black area on the cue?
And a production cue like this will sell much easier on EBay, then here.

You have listed this cue numerous times, so Ebay is an obvious choice, unless you accept a reasonable price of around $250-$300 max, and ship first or pay for escrow.

Production cues typically resell for 50% of internet pricing, not MSRP. (not including Collector's items) Then you have to reduce price according to condition of cue. No wrap reduces your price as well. So figure the cue is $700 new on internet. That puts you at $250-$300 since no wrap. I won't even get into the fact that the cue market is bad right now, too, and the effect it has on pricing production cues.
  
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02-23-2012, 08:45 AM

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So if there is no wrap, what is the black area on the cue?
And a production cue like this will sell much easier on EBay, then here.

You have listed this cue numerous times, so Ebay is an obvious choice, unless you accept a reasonable price of around $250-$300 max, and ship first or pay for escrow.

Production cues typically resell for 50% of internet pricing, not MSRP. (not including Collector's items) Then you have to reduce price according to condition of cue. No wrap reduces your price as well. So figure the cue is $700 new on internet. That puts you at $250-$300 since no wrap. I won't even get into the fact that the cue market is bad right now, too, and the effect it has on pricing production cues.
its funny, when he FIRST posted this cue for sale he was asking 700$..... lol..... doubt anyone will buy this cue for more than 250.
  
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