Questions and answers

What is the most common pool cue length?

What is the most common pool cue length?

around 59 inches
Pool cues average around 59 inches (150 cm) long, are commonly available in 17–21 ounces (0.48–0.60 kg) weights, with 19 ounces (0.54 kg) being the most common, and usually have a tip diameter in the range of 12 to 14 mm.

How do I identify my pool cue?

Look at the butt of the pool cue for a maker’s mark or signature. Major cue manufacturers stamp the butt of each cue with their name brand. The cue may still be very old or custom ordered with a manufacturer’s stamp. Individual cue makers often do not sign their work.

What do the numbers on pool cues mean?

What do the numbers next to a pool cue case actually mean? They’re simply a list of how many cues (butts) and how many shafts the case holds. So when you see a cue case advertized as being a 1×2 case, that means it holds one cue butt and two shafts.

How tall should your pool stick be?

Standard cues tend to be 57 inches for one-piece cues or 58 inches for two-piece cues, but children or people of below-average height should opt for a 48 inch or 52-inch cue. Players over 6 foot, 5 inches tall may need to special order a cue that is up to 61 inches long.

Do pool cues have serial numbers?

The serial number is a series of alphanumeric characters that are usually engraved, on written under the finish of a cue. On most Predator cues, the serial number can be found on the pin of the cue butt.

What is the most common pool cue weight?

19 to 19.5 ounces
What is the standard cue weight? A: The pros use cues which weigh 19 to 19.5 ounces. Available pool sticks range from a low of about 15 to as much as 27 ounces, an extra half-pound over the pro cue.

What size pool cue do pros use?

While professional billiards players tend to use pool sticks that weigh about 19 ounces, it is a better idea for beginners to use pool sticks that are a bit lighter (around 15 ounces) while they are still learning how to pocket those tough shots with ease.

How many Oz should a pool cue be?

Typical weights for pool cues range between 18-21 ounces. Most players begin with a 19 oz. cue stick. Using a lighter weight stick (18-19 oz.) will create more “snap” in your shot; your cue ball will be dynamic and your object ball will go into the pocket at a slower pace.

How big is a cuesoul pool cue in inches?

This cuesoul pool cue is clearly advertised as being 57 inches in length… This cuesoul pool cue is clearly 591/2 inches in length and that is not counting the rubber bumper at the butt end…

Are there any defects in the cuesoul pool cue?

2.0 out of 5 stars scatched and chipped on arrival. First off I love the look of these cues. They look great accept the made it out of the factory with defects, the white cue had a chip out of the white portion near the grip portion. Also the first time I used the white cue the threaded joint screw unscrewed from the butt and stayed in the shaft.

Are there any rips in the Black Cue?

The black cue has a couple of rips in the laminate at the top of the butt. Also the black cue has the slightest little curve in the shaft, I couldn’t see it but as it slid over my fingers while taking a shot I could feel it so I had to rotate the cue when I would shoot.