A Stackable, Four Position, Stable Bridge. What does that mean? "A unique interlocking device, that will prove its worth again and again during hard-to-reach shot attempts" "Put simply, it enables a player to shoot over obstructing balls, using a "Stable" bridge. For years, players have tried to stack "clumsy" bridges, causing "scratches", "miss cues" and "missed shots".
"No shot nor safety play is impossible if the Russo Interlocking Bridge Heads are available".
Are They Legal?
Yes, the bridgeheads are legal and used in World Class tournaments around the globe. Russo bridgeheads are stable and 100% controllable with one hand. Click where shown, at left of this page, to view professional tournament players using the bridgeheads and see what they have to say.
The Bridgeheads slip snugly onto the narrow end of a "Pre-Tapered" standard Billiard Cuestick, once the ivory ferrile and tip have been removed. Bridgeheads are secured to the cue by a tiny screw, which fits into a small hole on the rounded collar of each bridgehead. Tapering is accomplished by sanding down the narrow end of the cue stick, until the bridgehead slips on to it, or simply purchase the convenient RUSSO CUE STICK TAPERING TOOL. The "TAPERING TOOL" is available at a cost of $9.95 each
In addition to our standard white color, the bridgeheads are offered, in limited supply, in gold or black