We have designed our joint pin and female with two things in mind; first and most importantly is strength, secondly is convenience. Our joint components are designed and manufactured in our factory from high-grade stainless steel and brass. It takes approximately 5 turns to secure the shaft to the butt, then your cue is ready for action. The joint of each cue is installed by a CNC controlled machine to assure a perfectly concentric union. Every pool cue joint features wood to wood construction for the best possible feel. Different joint collar combinations are available to modify the softness/hardness of the cues hit.
Our ferrules are designed and manufactured in our factory from an extremely durable plastic resin that will not crack or stain, and has a high burn-resistance. It's not just the material and design that makes the striking end of our pool cues great. It's the entire construction process and the details looked after that provide a great hit that actually reduces cue-ball deflection.
Our unique weight system is comprised of precisely weighted "weight-bolts" and a CNC bored and threaded chamber inside the cue's butt unit. This allows the cue to be weighted and balanced accurately to suite your preference. The pool cue's weight can be increased or decreased simply by using a 1/4" hex wrench to add or remove weight-bolts.
Every shaft we make goes through a multi-stage cutting and curing process. We consider our shaft curing process the most effective and superior in the industry. Each piece of wood is hand graded by a well experienced craftsman a minimum of 3 times throughout the shaft turning process. Every shaft is cured for a minimum of 2 years in our tempurature and humidity controlled warehouse. The main characteristics we look for are: wood grain straightness, wood density, and the color of the wood.
Finger Joint Construction
The butt end of each Viking pool cue is built with hand-selected wood, and then finger-jointed together to guarantee a straight and solid cue. In addition to strength and straightness, finger-joint construction can aid in balancing the weight distribution of the cue from the joint to the butt.
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