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New Factory Cues


2007 Cue of the Year

Models M7-9A & M7-9B (each #13)
Both are Perfect Mint.

You are not likely to see this model McDermott
cue being sold in a perfect mint set again.

This has to be one of the best finds for a McDermott Cue Collector anywhere! These two cues are from only the 2nd year McDermott Cue Company had a Cue of the Year available. Both of these are numbered 13 from their respected series. The M7-9A was from a series of only 250 cues. The M7-9B was from a series of only 50 cues.

These two cues are both still in the original McDermott Factory Plastic they were shipped in. Neither have been chalked, test hit, or anything other than held in someone's hands!

Both are:
~ 13mm
~ 58 inches
~ White with double green spec Irish Linen Wrap
~ McDermott Quick Release Joint
~ rated at 19oz (I am not taking them out of the plastic to determine actual weight. If you need additional info, let me know and I will weigh them with the plastic still on for a close weight.)

These two cues are being sold together at a matching set. Also included is the McDermott Case show in the pictures.

4x7 Hard/Soft Hybrid case. Model #75-0925 MSRP: $169.00
The McDermott brand new 4x7 Hard/Soft Hybrid Case is unlike anything you've seen before. It features a unique 2x3 hard shell end compartment for cue and shaft storage, as well as two 1x2 removable soft felt sleeves that fit inside the zippered top section. This case is designed with an extra long 32" interior and a special storage area for your jump handle.

Case Features:
Black vinyl with textured accents
Holds 4 butts & 7 shafts
    2x3 hard shell end compartment
    Two 1x2 removable soft felt sleeves
Embroidered McDermott logos
Jump handle sleeve
Extra long shoulder strap & handle
Extra long 32" interior length
4.4 pounds

List new prices can be seen on white stickers in the pictures.
Price here: $2875.00 Includes Express Shipping & Insurance

Escrow Service is available via the McDermott Cue Company.

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RCC uses MASTER CHALK. It's worth the try!

in part by:

Billiards League of America

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