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    First off, apologies if American pool isn't something to be discussed here! (I've seen posts about English pool cues which is why I'm assuming American pool is fine also, so I hope this post is okay)

    I'm talking no more than say 50, preferably a bit less. The cue I have at the minute

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    I know THIS is a company

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    Cheers, I went for a McDermott cue. Seems to be quite a big name over in the States.

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    Oh there is always somebody who just has to quote the op isn't there?

    that 49 pound cue is a snooker cue not an american pool cue.


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    I think mcdermott may be a bit pricier than 50, as far as I know you won't get anything half decent for that money, unless you can get a 2nd hand one

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    There is a Facebook page where people are selling cues from both sides of the pond, postage on one from the states might be expensive. Cues imported i

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    In all honesty, you won't get a decent cue for 50. Once the seller has paid to import the cue and covered their postage cost, there won't be much lef

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