I was trying to find a description of a typical billiards cue stick by typing “parts of a cue stick” in the Google search box and this is what is stated:
Pool and snooker cues average around 57–59 inches (140–150 cm) in length and are of three major types. The simplest type is a one-piece cue; these are generally stocked in pool halls for communal use. They have a uniform taper, meaning they decrease in diameter evenly from the end or butt to the tip.
I have provided a video down below to show what the parts of a pool stick is about. It is described by James Roberts from Ozone Billiards. I hope you gain some insight. Also, please share if you like this post, and please add any comments, thoughts, or questions in the comments section below. I will look forward to what you have to say, and I’ll provide a reply to your comments as soon as possible. Thanks for stopping by and have fun in shooting pool.