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Players Specialty Series S-PSPC

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Players Specialty Series S-PSPC
MSRP 108.89
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Simple design leads to elegant beauty. This Players Cue has a Cocobola handle and natural maple forearm. The Sneaky Pete style with true four-prong construction is sure to bring the hustle to your table! The S-PSPC comes standard with a 12.75mm Le Pro tip and pro taper. Its UV finish protects the cue from fading and chipping.

Sleeve Cocobola wood
Rings None
Length 58"
Wrap None
Shaft North American Grade A hard rock maple
Pin 5/16 x 18
Forearm Natural Maple
Bumper Black rubber
Tip 12.75mm LePro tip
MSRP $108.89  You Save: 10.0%

3 Reviews

Customer Reviews


Great Value

After owning this cue for a while, I decided to upgrade to a more fancy and expensive one.

I spent $263 on a stick that doesn't shoot nearly as good as this Players. I'm not trying to

drum up business for Players cues. I'm just stating a fact.

Reviewed on 08/25/2016
44 out of 87 customers found this review helpful.
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The pool cue is good have one myself but the only thing is about it what I dont like personally even though if a person wanted to buy it would be is this the tip thats on it new its a good tip but I chopped mine off and put a slip on tip so I can have more of a tip lke a bar cue and have more ball control evn I hated to do it. Other than that good stick for someone wanted one for a home or jusy playing for fun even if a person just ask if you wanted to play pool and have your own stick.

Reviewed on 01/06/2011
crawfordsville indiana
103 out of 219 customers found this review helpful.
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great for the break.

I bought this cue and used it the same night and improved my break like crazy. I was droping two or three balls every break and geting a really good spread. This cue tends to shoot better when you shoot soft, I guess it's the impact of the wood to wood joint.

Reviewed on 10/10/2010
Matt Ridley
118 out of 213 customers found this review helpful.
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