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Viper Shot King Sisal Fiber Bristle Dartboard with Staple-Free Bullseye
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- Constructed from self-healing sisal bristle fibers compressed together, providing unsurpassed durability
- Features a staple-free bullseye which helps prevent bounce-outs; A movable number ring further extends the dartboard's life
- Viper Shot King is an official tournament size board, measuring 18" in diameter and 1.5" D
- Utilizes thin, rounded galvanized wires that allow darts to slide off the spider and land in the target area
- Includes 2 complete sets of steel tip darts (6 total) and mounting hardware; Dartboard accommodates both steel tip and soft tip darts
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From the Manufacturer
Built for a King, Designed for a Champion
Science of Sisal
What is Sisal?
- High density fibers are compressed into a sturdy dartboard, extending its life and allowing it to self-heal. The fibers expand when a dart tip is removed, closing the area around the puncture.
Advantages of Sisal
Sisal boards have an extended life compared to other types of dartboards.
Dense fibers grasp the dart firmly as your shot lands, greatly reducing bounce-outs.
Viper Shot King
Self Healing Sisal Dartboard
The Viper Shot King boasts a 100% staple-free bulls eye, increasing the amount of target surface and reducing the chance of a shot deflecting off the board. The Shot King is comprised of high density fibers that close up when the dart tip is removed. The removable low-glare number ring extends the Shot King's life by allowing a player to rotate the board allowing other sections to heal. Being cross-platform for both steel and soft tip darts keeps all your favorite darts in the game.
6 Steel tip starter darts, mounting hardware, and game manual.
Compression Ring System
A steel compression ring binds the outer edge of the sisal dartboard, keeping the sisal fibers tightly compressed for years of durability, which also extends the board's life. The dark-matter black appearance compliments the board's color scheme and accents your wall with a glossy shimmer.
Tri-Color Screen Printing
An overlay of three bold tones are carefully screen printed onto the Shot King's sisal target face. The process is strategically done to show the color of the sisal in specific spots, making the dartboard four colors in total.
Radial Sector Wire
Galvanized radial sector wire is a superior addition to the Shot King's target face. The radial wires assist in landing your desired shots by sliding dart tips inward with their 360 degree sphere shape.
The Shot King's dense high-grade sisal is tested for endurance and is cross-compatible with both steel and soft darts for maximum performance.
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|Staple Free Bull||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Dimensions||18" Diameter & 1 1/2" Thick||18" Diameter & 1 1/2" Thick||18" Diameter & 1 1/2" Thick||18" Diameter & 1 1/2" Thick||18" Diameter & 1 1/2" Thick|
|Steel and Soft Dart Compatible||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Removable Low-Glare Number Ring||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Tri-Color Screen Printed||Galaxy Black, Crimson Red, and Evergreen||Galaxy Black, Crimson Red, and Evergreen||Galaxy Black, Crimson Red, and Evergreen||Galaxy Black, Crimson Red, and Evergreen||Galaxy Black, Crimson Red, and Evergreen|
|Sector Wire||Galvanized Radial||Galvanized Radial||Galvanized Triangular||Galvanized Radial||Galvanized Triangular Razor Thin|
|Compression Ring System||Dark-Matter Black||Dark-Matter Black||Dark-Matter Black||Dark-Matter Black||Dark-Matter Black|
|Accessories||Cricket Scoreboard, Chalk, Eraser, Mounting Hardware, Manual, 3 Steel Tip Darts||Mounting Hardware, Manual||Mounting Hardware, Manual||6 Steel Tip Darts, Mounting Hardware, Manual||Mounting Hardware, Manual|
Original Milwaukee Location
Proud Distributor of Viper, Fat Cat, Casemaster, and Mainstreet Classics Products
In the early 1980's four friends were looking for opportunities to attract customers to their south side Milwaukee tavern. One had read an article about the growing popularity of darts and they decided to outfit their tavern for dart throwing. Eventually dart leagues were formed after they were able to persuade other barkeepers to place dart boards for competitions.
Darting became popular enough that customers began coming to them for supplies. The friends invested $100 for inventory and GLD Products began. The company has since thrived, outgrowing three locations before calling it’s current Muskego, WI location home in 1993.
- Fat Cat
- Mainstreet Classics
Top Customer Reviews
Included darts are perfect for those starting out, or as extras for guests when you dont want to ruin your good set. I might suggest purchasing a set or two of aluminum shafts though.
Make sure that you have adequate anchorage, this board is HEAVY. If you are mounting it in-house.. say... in a basement, you will likely be facing drywall, and you MUST mount it on a stud. Out in my garage, the walls are plywood, and I was able to mount directly in a spot with no stud using the included bracket and screws.
Will update if my opinion changes.
A friend had purchased the Winmau Blade 4 after getting into the dart throwing game and that board is a dream. It cost a little bit more but it is by far worth the money. I have just purchased a Blade 4 to replace the shot king.
Again, this isn't a bad board but you'll get 8-10 bounce outs in a 30 minute throwing session which is basically unacceptable. Especially after buying lighter darts "which I like" they tend to not stay in very well and just fall out sometimes.
Playing on my friends Winmau 4 you're lucky to get one bounce out in a hour of play.
Treat yourself and treat your floors, Buy the Winmau Blade 4, do not settle for the shot king if you are trying to be serious.
I've bought 2 of these now and they are an EXCEPTIONAL value! If you like to throw darts for more than 5 minutes at a time, more than once a month, then you need 2 things in a dartboard. First, you need a fiber, not paper, dartboard. A fiber dartboard (like this one) has fiber bristles pressed together to create the board allowing the dart to slide between bristles as it lands. A rolled paper dart board just ends up with chunks out of the paper as the darts tear it up. Second, you need a removable number ring, which this also has. If you throw regularly, you throw for certain numbers and areas of the board 3 or 4 times more than any other. Eventually, this leaves the board pretty chewed up in those particular areas, but the rest of it pretty clean. With the removable ring, you can turn the board until you have a nice clean throwing surface in the area you desire, then reattach the ring and all your numbers are all correct and you get FAR, FAR more life out of your board.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
this item is well priced and well made. came quickly. would reccomend this item to anyone looking for a new dart board.Published 3 days ago by Kyle Succi
Love this dart board. Everyone who walks into my office is blown away. They immediately want to know where I got such an awesome looking board.Published 6 days ago by Steven Grandle
Nice board for the price. I use it a few times a week and the board is holding up very well. The two pair of darts that come with this board are worthy but a little light. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Charles Brooks
Total p.o.s.... Huge rails, separated from board, swelling, not impressed, returned.Published 24 days ago by joeseph Zatarain
We bought it as a present for Father's Day.
Dad was happy like a child.
It is big, quality good. Very good for the present.