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itzel0101

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Let me see how good you guys are ?:D
 

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skins

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You sure it's a Kers? Does it have his logo...Here is a pic of the big deep hole pin of my 87 SW... There are a lot of cues out there that look like they may be a Kersenbrock but they're actually SW's... If it is a Kers congrats on a very nice pick up...

 

Badbeat13

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My 2 guesses are taken, so I'll sit this one out.

I think it's a badass cue, though, you lucky dog:)

Great cue my friend, as usual.

Congrats!
 

skins

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Doesn't anybody read the whole thread anymore? Lol.. He gave the answer already.. He said Kers.... I posted a pic of an exact pin from an 87' SW and wanted to know how he knew it was a Kersenbrock because MANY cues you may think are Kers are actually SW. Laurie at SW will know.. Is there any identifying marks, logos or a loa?

Let's see more detailed pics too!
 

pickngrin

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The big hole at the end of the pin does not mean Kersenbrock as many people seem to think. Al Lawrence explained in a TAR video interview (that was pulled after a couple of days) that in the early days pins were made by two methods: some were die- cut and some were machined on a lathe. The machined pins had the large hole so that one end could be held by a live center. South West used both types of pins and eventually went exclusively to die-cut pins. I'm not sure if Kersenbrock used both types of pins.
 

nick serdula

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Pin means nothing

Show the front and middle and back of your Cue's shaft and butt. Also weights and ferule.
Your not showing nearlr enough and also looks fat.
Nick :)
 

Nineballjerry2

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Wide hole in butt pin looks exactly like my old kers with very similar ring work as my late 80's kersenbrock .great cue! Thanks for the pics!
Jerry2
 
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