Viking Billiards Pool Cue Sticks

Gordon Hart began constructing pool cues in the basement of his home in the 1960’s. Once perfected, Gordon would travel to tournaments selling the two-piece pool cues. Within a short time his pool cue became popular with top players and Viking Cues Mfg. Inc was born.  Viking Cues popularity grew so rapidly that Gordon had no other decision but to expand to their current location in Madison, Wisconsin. Once expanded, Gordon began production in both the United States and abroad. Since the beginnings the company has always been a family business all of Gordon Hart’s children have been involved and now the third generation of the Harts are working for the company.

In the mid 1980’s the movie Color of Money was released and with it the billiard industry experienced a phenomenal growth and changed forever. As a result Viking Cues invested in state-of-the-art equipment to insure a quality product. With doing so Viking Cues became a household name and positioned themselves as a leader in the billiard industry. Viking Cues with their craftsmanship and state-of-the-art machinery continue to produce a flawless, quality, two-piece pool cues.

Viking pool cues range in style, variety, and price. They have a cue to fit every budget; prices range from $170-$1400. Viking has 12 different series of pool cues to choose from; the newest of series are the Vortex, Negotiator, Twisted, Dominator, Crown Jewel, and the No Luck Needed. If these aren’t to your liking they have their always high quality standard built G-Series, F-Series, W-Series, and the Decues Series. They also offer the Fat Daddy break and jump series along with their Harley Davidson Cue Series. Viking Cues also has a customize option for those who know what style they like but want to add their own touch and flare.

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