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Q: What were cue sticks made of in the early days?
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Adam Cue Co. in Japan (brand no longer made) !


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Cue sticks must be 40 inches minimum and there is no maximum.


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The stick is known as a cue and each hole is called a pocket.


Where can you get your cue weighted?

Most cues are made to be adjustable. The weight bolts are changed, added, or removed as needed from the butt end of the cue. Remove the rubber bumper from the butt end of the cue. If there is a weight well, then your cue is adjustable. If there is no weight well, then I would recommend you have a cue maker or cue repairman determine if your cue can be made adjustable.


You found a cue with Allen Hopkins name on the butt marked hp 10 who makes this cue?

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so when you are hitting the cue ball your sticks dont slip and you dont mess up.