Need help IDing Cue

Spyral7

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Hi all, long time no talk. I have moved a couple of times since I was last on here, still playing once in a great while, actually got to play more in Afghanistan than when I am home.

Anyways, I found this cue and I think it is a late 70s to early 80s Viking, but that is a stab in the dark.
 

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cueman

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Early to late 80's is where I would place that cue, based on logo, pin and bumper.
A close up of the ferrule might make it easier to narrow down.
 

Spyral7

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Early to late 80's is where I would place that cue, based on logo, pin and bumper.
A close up of the ferrule might make it easier to narrow down.


My wife did some research and that is what she came up with, but the joint is wrong for the two she narrowed it down to.

Here is a picture of the Joint and of the Ferrule.
 

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Chopdoc

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Viking has offered different joint options for a long time. You can find almost any cue they made with a different joint than the standard one in the catalog.




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