The exotic hardwood series cues are constructed from rare exotic hardwoods form all over the world. A hardwood forearm will typically produce a forward weighted balanced cue in contrast to a butt heavy cue. In addition I will always core out the forearms with a 11/16" maple dowel. I am of the opinion that this will produce a far superior playing cue. By coring out the front you relieve some of the weight associated with heavier denser hardwoods, which can produce that pinging, hard hit.

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#1. Cocobolo front and butt sleeve, 6 long ivory alternative points with blue, yellow and black veneers, 5 sets of rings, 6 ivory alternative inlays in cocobolo butt sleeve, green w/spec pressed linen.........$1,699

#2. Gabon ebony front and butt sleeve, 3 long-3 short ebony points with white, black white veneers, 5 sets of gold colored rings, reverse points in butt sleeve,  black leather wrap.......$1,799

#3. Gabon ebony front and butt sleeve, 3 long-3 short snake wood points with white, black white veneers, 5 sets of gold colored rings, reverse points in butt sleeve, brown pigskin leather wrap......$1,999

#4. Bicoti front and butt sleeve, 3 long-3 short ivory alternative points with white, black white veneers, 5 sets of rings, reverse points in butt sleeve, each short point has an inlays at each tip, black leather wrap........$1,799

#5. Ziricoti front and a combination of ebony and Ziricoti butt sleeve, 6 long ebony points with white, black white veneers, 5 sets of rings, a black with brown spec linen wrap..........$1,250

#6. Cocobolo front and butt sleeve, 3 long-3 short ivory alternative points with blue, yellow and black veneers, reverse points in butt sleeve, 5 sets of rings, green w/ spec linen wrap..........$1,499

 

 

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