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Phoenix Craigslist pool cue chronicles for April 13, 2014

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In the Phoenix version of the Craigslist Chronicles, we are going to look at the local Phoenix Metro, Tucson, and Flagstaff listings which will show billiard cues for sale throughout the state, and allow players, collectors, or businesses the chance to find a good deal.

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The Phoenix Billiards Examiner makes no guarantee as to the validity of the information provided, nor for the availability of the products linked. Instead, this series is intended to provide potential information for players, collectors, and even businesses that purchase and consign used equipment to perhaps find a gem of a bargain throughout the state.

Pool cue McDermott Break/Jump Cue - $170 (sun city west)

Collectible cue sticks (2) - $85 (Mesa)

Vintage Brunswick Pool Billiard Cue - $100 (Country Club/Guadalupe)

Miller Genuine Draft pool cue new collectors item - $40 (peoria)

Eliminator pool cue set (4) w/ bridge stick - $124 (3142 E Indian school rd)

Joss cue early (90's) - $375 (West phx)

Victory Pool Stick Cue And Carrying Case - $20 (Mesa, AZ)

Pool cue - $75 (glendale)

POOL CUE * VIPER PRO SERIES with case - $70 (mesa)


2 McDermott pool cues. Very good condition (east mesa)

Pool cue - $25 (queen creek)

4 Excalibur pool cues - $25 (Waddell)

We hope you enjoy the Phoenix Craigslist Chronicles, and look for the next one in a few days!


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