McDermott G-Series G223 Cocobolo Pool Cue

Product Num: G223
Manufacturer: McDermott
Product Numbers:
G223-19-Black/Brown13mm, G223-19-Blue/White12.5mm, G223-19-As Shown12mm, G223-19-Black/Green12.5mm, G223-19-Black/White12.75mm, G223-20-As Shown12.75mm, G223-18-Black12.5mm, G223-19-As Shown13mm, G223-19-Red/White12mm
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G-Core LogoThe McDermott G Series Pool Cues delivers the latest technology with high quality craftsmanship guaranteeing hardcore performance as you play in style! The G-Core Shaft with CT Tenon Technology provides optimal strength, control, and accuracy, ensuring that your opponent will be racking up the pool balls as you rack up the points. The McDermott 58'' G Series G223 Two-Piece Pool Cue is made of durable Hard Rock Maple and Carbon Fiber and designed with a Cocobolo forearm and sleeve with Recon Ivory and Silver rings. Includes a manufacturer's lifetime warranty against warpage and defects.


  • Cocobolo forearm/sleeve
  • G-core shaft
  • 3/8"-10 joint
  • Recon Ivory and silver rings
  • Genuine Irish linen wrap
McDermott G-Series G223 Cocobolo Pool Cue Reviews
    • Reviewed By: Eric Jan 28, 2012
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    • had the best prices on cues I could find on the net. The communication after sale was excellent. The G223 looks and plays great. Bought as a companion to my Viking G17. The G17 has a more solid feel on strikes while there seems to be more touch with the G223. I switched to a white wrap and 12.5mm tip...very happy.
    • Reviewed By: CJ Jan 9, 2012
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    • Great cue, I started with a cuetex beginner that I shot with for about 5 years, upgraded to this cue and I will never look back, the g-core shaft is a nice touch, very solid performance, clean strikes on the cue ball and no miss cues(so far) stright smooth shots no vibrations to the butt of the cue. I like the cocobolo wood, gives the cue a classic clean look, I do recommend changing the linen colors, smothing a little dark would really set the cue off nice. Exellent shooter.