Marty Carey Jump Q Jump Cue 14mm

Marty Carey Jump Q Jump Cue 14mm

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$199.00 $159.20
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42 In.

Marty Carey's Jump Q is a custom made jump cue, tailored for perfection with every attention to detail and professional approach. Marty Carey is an artistic pool player with many years of experience as a player and as a BCA instructor. His most recent accomplishment was winning the 2014 Artistic Cup Championship. Now Marty has developed this jump cue with technology that will have players of any level find new talents and capabilities in their game. This cue was thoroughly tested with statistical results comparing it to other jump cues in the market. As a result, the Jump Q delivered a better game experience with 57% Lighter Weight, 65% Higher Durability, 87% Higher Stiffness, 70% Higher Tip Resposiveness and 23% Less Resonance. There's no better value for a jump cue that offers a lifetime warranty and gurantees to improve your game. The Marty Carey Jump Q 14mm features:

  • Carbon Fiber with solid wood core: The wood core inside the carbon fiber, strengthens the structure of the shaft
  • 14mm 28" shaft with a 12" butt
  • G10 Tip - Epoxy resin with a glass fabric substrate and phenolic inside making it indestructible
  • Tiger Aluminum pin with a threaded phenolic insert
  • 6 oz Total weight
  • The energy transferred from the tip through the shaft produces a solid hit that maximizes the speed and accuracy of your shot
  • High strength composite fibers, for exceptional durability and strength
  • 2 Different types of epoxy used; soft to absorb the shock and hard to power through the shots
  • Lifetime Warranty
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  • nice

    Posted by mike volness on Dec 27th 2016

    it jumps real easy

  • Nice cue

    Posted by Steve on Nov 24th 2015

    It's a lovely looking and feeling bit of kit but I couldn't get it to work for me and all I achieved was marks on my nice new cloth. I changed the tip for hard leather one but it must be pilot error rather than the cue!