Norwela by James Griffin

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Here is a nice Norwela cue, a definite Szamboti tribute to an actual cue. Made in 2006, plays really sporty. I did not know that Norwela was derived from North West Louisiana. Learn something every day.
Joe
 

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Duane Remick

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Here is a nice Norwela cue, a definite Szamboti tribute to an actual cue. Made in 2006, plays really sporty. I did not know that Norwela was derived from North West Louisiana. Learn something every day.
Joe
Joe,
" I'm pretty sure he retired-
sold his shop to
Mike Wheeler"
Nice cue....
btw
Mark was here on az today,
was really good of him to help with a Bushka cue in the for sale forum
 

subdude1974

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Here is a nice Norwela cue, a definite Szamboti tribute to an actual cue. Made in 2006, plays really sporty. I did not know that Norwela was derived from North West Louisiana. Learn something every day.
Joe
Yep. I had him make a cue for my wife for our anniversary. Very good player. Nice guy.
 

cueman

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Jim was a great cuemaker. He set up beside me at the Super Billiards Expo for years. I cant remember what year he retired.
 
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