Viking Quick Release Joint Extensions
Introducing the best way to extend a Viking Cue and retain the balance of the Viking Interchangeable Weight System.
Available in 3, 4 and 6 inch lengths in Midnight Black or Natural Stain for Cues with the Viking Quick Release Joint.
Contact us for Custom Ring, Stain and Joint Options to match the extension to your Cue!
NOTE: These extensions will not work with most Valhalla Cues. Please contact us at email@example.com for options and more information.
I purchased the 3" black extension over a year ago and absolutely love using it, even with the little chipped edge on it (bouncing around in the case damaged it slightly). I'm 6'5" and up until the extension I always felt that the overall length was too short, even after getting the 31" long shaft. I recently purchased a new Viking setup with the Siege 12.5 carbon fiber shaft after going pretty far in this years APA World Pool Championship. I will be keeping an eye open for a 3" carbon fiber joint extension to better match the new setup. As for how it shoots currently, I'm extremely happy with how balanced and solid it feels.
I love it. Playing almost exclusively on bar tables I tend to hold my cue pretty far forward. Right at the front of the wrap. This extension gives me more cue in front. It feels more balanced. My timing, accuracy, and power are easier to control. But thats my opinion. Results will vary. It seems very well made and looks much better than I thought it would. Fits the cue nicely.
Very light weight, appreciate the black stain with silver logo ( versus earlier versions). Highly recommend. Also have and appreciate the "Butt extension" I bought a year or two ago!
mixed feelings on this one. I'm 5'4" and there's a lot of shots where I hold onto the end of the butt while reaching out or just shoot left handed instead. I bought the 6" extension after a friend who is about 6'2" suggested it. I have to say that it does help with hard to reach shots, but when you are my size you do find that on the close up shots you have to hold the cue a little differently which changes the balance and makes it less comfortable. My friend on the other hand bought one because he plays snooker with his regular pool cue and he found that a person of his height with longer arms benefits from the extra length because they tend to hold onto the very end of the butt on most shots and the extension allows them to move their hand up onto the wrap instead.