McDermott Stinger NG01

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The NG01 uses a new Stinger technology to direct the force at contact down the middle of the shaft creating a larger sweet spot. This is a sharp looking break jump cue with a black butt end, a quick release joint at the jump joint and an extra stiff 13.25mm shaft.

Handle Rosewood with a maple butt cap
Joint Quick Release jump and 3/8-10 at the shaft
Length 58"
Shaft Strong tapered shaft
Forearm Maple with 4 rosewood points
Tip Patented Stinger Phenolic tip 13.25mm
MSRP $235.00  You Save: 10.0%

3 Reviews

Customer Reviews


McDermott Stinger

Received as ordered 1 day beyond the targeted ship date. Love the stick!

Reviewed on 12/18/2016
26 out of 53 customers found this review helpful.
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The Best Break / Jump Cue

After 45 years of playing and using many different Cues, I found this to be the very best manufactured break/jump cue. For the money I don't see how any other cue could compare. I have used this cue for about 2 years now and have become quite accurate with jumping due to the ease of jumping with the Stinger cue. I only wish it was a little lighter is all. My shooting cue is a McDermott G1601 which is a cue I would recommend to anyone seriously thinking of going somewhere in the billiard world. Have fun and good luck.

Reviewed on 05/28/2015
York PA
48 out of 107 customers found this review helpful.
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My First Jump/Break Cue

After upgrading my playing cue tip to a Kamui SS and becoming tired of breaking with house cues, I decided to invest in a break cue. What initially attracted me to this cue was that it's a no-wrap, which is something that I personally prefer. I also saw the value of this product. I would categorize myself as a beginner with pool as my primary passion (I play at my university about 3 times a week). I have definitely become comfortable breaking with this cue and I do feel that I get better power from it. My breaking game is slower to develop in my long 'to-do' list of training, but I can honestly say that this cue makes breaking more fun (if that makes sense). This cue is many shades lighter than pictured (at least mine is) and from 10 ft away looks almost exactly like a house cue.

Reviewed on 04/26/2012
West Lafayette, IN
122 out of 222 customers found this review helpful.
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