Specs for future need

HawaiianEye

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I am contemplating selling or trading this Murray Tucker and Mike Gulyassy in the near future.

I am posting these pics and specs so that I can just cut and paste when I put the cues in the proper forum.

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Murray Tucker Cocobolo Sneaky Pete made in 2000. One of the first five cues Murray ever made.

Cue length 58”

Butt
29”
15.5 oz
.850 at joint
1.05“ at base of points
1.23 at base of butt

Pin
Radial brass

Shaft 1
29”
3.8 oz
12.13mm at base of ferrule

Shaft 2
29”
3.5 oz
12.2mm at base of ferrule


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HawaiianEye

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Mike Gulyassy PHX Black and White Ebony Merry Widow

Cue length 60”

Butt
30”
14.9 oz
.860 at joint
1.27 at base of butt
Black leather wrap

Pin
G-10

PHX shaft
30”
4.2 oz
12.5 mm at base of ferrule

There is no metal in this cue.


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Text from Mike Gulyassy to confirm what the cue goes for.
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HawaiianEye

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Jackpot, McDermott RS-11, and Becue.

This RS-11 was made for C. J. Wiley in 1996 for the Million Dollar Challenge Tournament held in Dallas. The same tournament where Earl Strickland ran 11 consecutive racks of 9-ball to win the million dollars. C. J. defeated Earl in the finals with this cue. The shaft shown on the butt in this photo is one I had made for the cue by Schmelke. The original shaft with the same tip from the tournament is stored in one of my cases.

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Becue, Jackpot, and A. E. Schmidt made by Lloyd Bennett in May 1973.

A. E. Schmidt

Cue length 57”

Butt
Bloodwood Titlist full-splice blank
28.5”
15.4 oz
.850” at joint
1.06” at top of wrap
1.30 at base of butt
Green and white speck Irish linen wrap

Stainless steel joint
5/16-14 brass pin

Shaft 1 (original)
28.5”
3.9 oz
12.4mm at base of ferrule

Shaft 2 (original)
28.5”
3.9 oz
12.5mm at base of ferrule

Shaft 3 (made by Scot Sherbine)
28.6”
4.4 oz
14mm at base of ferrule

Hard to believe this old cue is approaching a half-century mark.

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