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    Hi could anyone help me with working out the age of my John Parris Ultimate cue.
    I bought the cue second hand around 20 years ago.
    The badge does not have a number on it so if anyone knows when he started numbering them that would help.
    It is a 3/4 cue and has a butt extension t

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    From what I have seen I believe JP started the Ultimate cues approximately 1995-97, he started the numbered and un-numbered about the same time - mayb

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    Thanks for your reply first time i have posted so will work out how to post pictures

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    you can use Img

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    Yep, we need pics quickly
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    JP Majestic
    3/4
    57"
    17oz
    9.5mm Elk

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    Hi finally sorted pics of cue.
    Cue length 56.75 in
    Weight 18.5 ounces
    Tip 9.5mm(Kamui m/h)

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    many thanks


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    Yes just at the end of rounded end of the splice



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    many thanks
    as you may know, this does not mean anything other than a certain time period when it was made when JP used a type of glue - and no

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    Thanks for your info.
    Was that glue used earlier or later?

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