Nice find, Wife and story Chopdoc. What were the odds of finding the shafts and running into Brad ? I have had a few of these same Miz cues over the years and like you appreciate various 70's through early 90's import finds and the research involved the cue's manufacturers history.
I ran into same info as you when researching these after I found one years ago. I was originally thinking possibly MIJ. Nice little 80-90 ish Imports.
This is a great story....I have just purchased this SM-7 cue in pristine condition....I do not have the extra shaft...joint caps...or bag. I was wondering if you knew what you thought this cue might be worth...I am looking to either sell it or a possible trade for a joss... lucasi...etc. Any knowledge would be apreciated and I want to thank you in advance.
Dang, Doc, that right there is a thing of Be-euty. Sure looks like Adam's quality. Ya' did good, Son. I'm 74.
BTW - i originally thought this was another Hillary thread.
I am a player.
And thank you for allowing me to be here...I just started back playing and I was looking for a cue...this was my ex father in laws cue and has been in the case in the closet for 10 years....he died and I aquired it from his son....what type of joss...a cue that is a good player Plain Jane does not matter....The stick is straight and shoots well
I bought my wife a cue like that from Sports Authority back in 2000 or so. It's a fairly nice cue for the price of $80 or so. Much better than the carbon fiber and aluminum monstrosities you find in shops these days. None of those cues' clown vomit paint schemes either.