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Types of Darts

Dart Barrel Grips
Dart Barrel Grips

Darts. I laid out my idea and sent a sample of the barrel shape I wanted. They nailed the barrel shape on the first try, and we had the grip figured on the second go! My barrel actually is not as rear heavy as it looks. It is the perfect balance of rear weight, precision taper and flawless grip.

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Dart Flights
Dart Flights

Dart Flights are the stabilizer of the dart barrel and a personal preference as to shape and design. Available in many shapes - standard, slim, pear, v-wing, tear drop, combat, kite, fantail, lantern, heart, axis,….

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Dart Shafts
Dart Shafts

1930/40’s Dart Set Dowel Shaft and Paper Flights. From the early beginnings of the fully wooden dart the dart shaft have changed and developed to suit the development of darts and flight. In the 1930’s most dart barrels were made from Brass and had a steel tip as per today.

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Dart Weights
Dart Weights

Light darts are the enigma and annoyance of many dart players. Some people can't fathom a light dart in the 17- to 18-gram range because their throwing mechanism doesn't favor it. If that's the case, you may want to increase dart weight up a couple of grams; the lighter the dart, the more power will have to be put into your throw.

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Overview of Dart Types
Overview of Dart Types

Overview of Dart Types There are many different darts to choose from: wooden darts, brass darts, nickel/silver darts and tungsten darts. The most popular dart for league throwers is the tungsten dart.