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Maker of pool cues from 1992 to the present in several locations in Wisconsin.
Jackson Custom Cue was formed in 1992, when friends Tony Muesch and Mike Weyer joined forces to create a new cue for the billiard industry. Mike had spent 10+ years making cues at a large Wisconsin cue manufacturer. Tony was a well-known player in the area. Jackson Custom Cue started in the small town of Jackson, Wisconsin, thus the name of their company. They moved to West Bend, Wisconsin shortly after that, and remained there until July of 1997 when they moved to a larger 3,000 sq. ft. facility in Hartford, Wisconsin. In July 2001, Jackson Custom Cues moved one last time, to a 4800 sq. ft. building in Slinger, Wisconsin. The new facility provides greater visibility and room for a retail store.
In 1998, Jackson introduced a new 9/32-18 joint to replace the more familiar 5/16-14 joint. It is available in stainless steel or M.P. ivory substitute, and it allows all Jackson shafts of the same pin size to be interchangeable. In 2003, Jackson Cusom Cue reintroduced its interchangeable shaft feature in the original joint size 5/16-14.
Although Jackson Custom Cue only consists of two full-time cue makers/owners (Tony and Karen Muesch) and one part-time cue maker/owner (Mike Weyer), they can still produce about 400 cues a year, by hand, without the aid of computerized production machinery. They pick the best logs that are available from the sawmill to make their cues. Early Jackson Cues are easily identified by the vertical "J.C.C." logo within a rectangle on the butt caps. The current logo is more easily identified by the cursive written "Jackson" in the butt cap. At the customer´s request, the "Tony P. Muesch" signature in the forearm may be added. Jackson Custom Cues are guaranteed against construction defects that are not the result of warpage or abuse. If you have a Jackson Custom Cue that needs further identification or repair, or would like to talk to someone about ordering a new Jackson Custom Cue, contact Jackson Custom Cue, listed in the Trademark Index.

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