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G309C

February 2016 Cue of the Month

Regular MSRP: $510
February MSRP: $360

Special pricing expires February 29th, 2016.

Each month, McDermott introduces a new cue designed by our design experts and celebrates our ability to customize any cue in our catalog. We take a cue from the existing line and customize the materials, creating a custom cue. The Cue of the Month provides a custom option without having to pay the customizing upcharge.
February Cue of the Month
February Cue of the Month
Features:
  • CUSTOM titanium grey stain
  • CUSTOM black urethane, silver & index rings
  • CUSTOM bone urethane joint collar & butt plate
  • 6 CUSTOM turquoise sleeve inlays
  • Genuine Irish linen wrap
  • G-Core shaft
  • 3/8”-10 joint
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Triple-Layer Carbon Fiber Core
The G-Core’s Triple-Layer Carbon Fiber Core extends through the first 7 inches of the shaft. This stabilizes the front-impact area of the shaft for increased control and predictability. This technology increases radial consistency, reduces vibration and limits the inconsistencies found in traditional maple shafts.

Carbon Tenon Technology
G-Core shafts feature a carbon fiber ferrule core. This technology results in a stronger ferrule assembly with maximum impact properties and enhanced feedback. The red ring at the base of the ferrule acts as a dampener to help absorb shock upon impact.

Radial Consistency
Radial consistency is the shaft’s ability to perform the same way on every shot, regardless of its orientation. The G-Core's Triple-Layer Carbon Fiber Core technology will consistently provide a straighter cue ball path, minimizing the need to compensate for spin and throw.

Navigator Black Tip
Navigator Black tips feature multiple layers of Japanese pigskin leather that are assembled using a proprietary adhesive. This prevents oxidation, meaning the tip won’t get harder after short usage. They are most adaptable tips in the Navigator line, allowing players to shape and mold the tip over time to fit their play style.