We carry a wide range of high-end materials for building and repairing pool cues. These materials are most commonly used for butt caps, joint collars, decorative rings and ferrules.
Everything for inlays... including (but not imited to): abalone, black paper sheet, genuine ivory, Micarta, mother of pearl, sterling silver, synthetic stone and more!
Grips & Dowels
Laminated hard maple or birch (for saving weight) dowels are great for handles and coring exotic woods.
Only the finest Irish Linen, leathers and installation tools are found on our site. Explore our line of exotic leathers for a truely one-of-a-kind wrap.
A vast assortment of aluminum, brass, nickel-silver, plastic, sterling silver and vulcanized fiber decorative trim rings.
Forearms & Butts
Precision constructed parts all ready for installation. These are a real time saver!
Steel and brass heavy-duty collars for the traditionalists...
A growing collection of our favorite cue and table maintenance / care products.
Pins & Inserts
Brass, steel and G-10- All of the fittings for a jointed cue.
Abrasives & Adhesives
Epoxy, instant glue, masking tape, and an assortment of grits / sizes in abrasive paper. Everything you need for quality construction.
All Hard Rock Maple... all the time! Laminated partials, or straight-up maple shaft dowels; we carry them all.
We're your #1 stop for all things ferrule. With nearly 20 years experience developing ferrule technology and new materials; this is the only place you'll ever need to shop for ferrule materials.
Browse our expanding line of leather pool cue tips. Our stock includes the Talisman, Tiger and Tweeten line-up as well as many more. Atlas is the ONLY North American distributor for the #1 selling layered tip in the world, the Moori-III.
Weights, Bolts & Bumpers
Fine-tuning your latest cue is a breeze... Check out our weight bolt / bumper systems for a quick tune-up.
HARD ROCK MAPLE STRAIGHT GRAINED SQUARES
These awesome straight grained A+ grade Hard Rock Maple square blanks are not Kiln dried. They are 6% or less in moisture. They are dried in a special lower temperature air dried process, that does not interfere with the integrity of the wood. They retain the natural color of the maple. They do not turn white in this process. Try one, and you will see that these make great playing shafts.