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Maker of pool cues from 1991 to present in Liverpool, New York.
Gary Wright made his first pool cue in 1991. Gary was an engineer and factory manager with General Electric. In 1992, after nineteen years with G.E., Gary was laid off. His cousin, Ed Wright, who had encouraged him to start making cues, responded, "Great! Now you´ll have more time to make pool cues!"
That year, with Gary handling construction and Ed handling sales, Cousin´s Custom Cues produced around 50 cues. Although there were no exterior logos, they were marked "G.R. Wright" under the linen wraps. With his experience in woodworking, Gary spends much of his time selecting and seasoning wood. Shaft wood is stored for six to eight months before it is cut. He developed his own taper that makes the shafts as stiff as possible. Cousin´s cues stress the beauty of natural woods instead of stains or colored materials, and ivory is never used.
If you have a Cousin´s cue that needs further identification or repair, or would like to talk to Gary or Ed about ordering a new cue, contact Cousin´s Custom Cues, listed in the Trademark Index.

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