If it's action you want, go to Blue Fox Billiards in Winchester, Va. It's not too far from the WV line.
Take plenty of cash and ask for a guy named Matt Clatterbuck.
I play with my Woody...sounds decadent I know. I bought it back in the early 90s and have foolishly spend thousands in new cues since, but decided to stay with the "one that brung me." It is a Woodsworth SP but glamored up with 4 points on the forearm, and hits sweet. IMO, people should really find the first GOOD playing cue they find and stick with it. Sure would save a bunch of money cuz reselling bought cues always bites you if it's not a real collectable. It all depends if you are a player or a billiards enthusiast and investor I guess. Sid
"If you're not living on the edge, you're taking up too much room!"