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Valhalla VA450

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Valhalla VA450 Cue

Michigan Maple | Original Artwork | Linen Wrap |High Impact Ferrule | 5/16 x 18 Joint | Interchangeable Weight System | Premium Tip

Behold Valhalla.  A premium import 2 piece pool cue created by the engineers at Viking.  Valhalla cues bring high-tech performance and killer style to a single, powerful tool.  All Valhalla cues come with a LIFETIME WARRANTY against manufacturing defects, including warpage.

Specifications:

  • Tip: Premium Leather
  • Ferrule: High Impact Resin
  • Wrap:  Linen
  • Shaft: North American Hard Rock Maple
  • Taper: Pro Taper 
  • Finish: Ultra-violet Urethane
  • Forearm: North American Hard Rock Maple
  • Joint: 5/16 x 18 Wood to Wood
  • Pin: Stainless Steel
  • Butt Plate: Urethane
  • Bumper: Rubber
  • Warranty: Lifetime, including warpage

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About Valhalla Joint Styles

Valhalla Cues may not be compatible with certain Non-Viking (aftermarket) products.  Valhalla Cues use 5/16 x 18 Joint*

* With Exception, VA705, VA704, VA703 piloted 5/16 x 18 QR Joint

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Viking Cue Manufacturing, LLC warrants against warpage and all components of the cue for the life of your cue. See our Warranty Page for complete details and information.

2 Reviews

5
perfect

Posted by Chelsea on 22nd Dec 2016

Love this so much. Your customer service is out of this world. I received this before Christmas, even though it was a super last minute order.

4
Overall good cue

Posted by David Lopez on 16th Nov 2016

Overall for the price this is a good cue. The deflection isn't bad and the design is unique. The only issue I have with this cue is that the shaft is not very slick at all. My buddy has various mcdermott shafts that he plays with and my other buddy has a cheaper cuetec and of all of them, mine grips onto your bridge the most. I have tried slicking the shaft quite a bit, but can't seem to correct the issue.