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One 36 inch 2x4 and a gazillion holes drilled. 

Throw in a few Godzillas to guard my 39 sets.


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The 17 sets of my ‘collection’ are now housed in my Takoma Home case. 

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And then there’s my match case (Takoma XL) ready time go at all times. 

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I still haven't finished it as I want to paint it to match the color of an actual board but this is something I got my dad to make. I just wanted a straight plank that the darts would sit in on a 45 but he came up with this idea.
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(10-18-2019, 02:32 AM)CalixNL Wrote: Only available to view for active members with 5 or more posts click register to join Smile
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See you left room for extra sets - lol.
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(10-18-2019, 02:52 AM)nixer55 Wrote: Only available to view for active members with 5 or more posts click register to join Smile
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Lol!!
Hey,
I actually started on the far right with a (probably) over sized drill bit. And it started smoking, lol, and burned black holes. It was either a metal / concrete bit, OR I HAD IT IN REVERSE LOL.


But then I used a deck screw , In and out, eventually choosing a pattern, starting from the left. I didn’t even count according to how many sets i had, just went nuts(lol) for 5minutes drilling holes LOL by the time I got to the right, my tester holes we’re in the way , I started grabbing darts and filling the holes up!! I still have enough holes drilled for another 4 sets and 2 spares lol.  I have one set otw , 26g  dark thunders (very nice width on the 26g).  AND I don’t have my Anderson’s or showtime Vortex or Mission Rebus in the stand. Or two other barrels, my first two I ever bought. Can tire and Amazon’s vipers. a 

Now that I know how to use a drill. LOL JK, I can try make something the woman won’t make me hide when we have guests , all though, I can pretty easily pick this up and go on lol

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(09-22-2019, 07:22 PM)The Jester Wrote: Only available to view for active members with 5 or more posts click register to join Smile
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Very nice Jester, i have something similar but with a different home case, I’m thinking of maybe getting the takoma home to clean it up a bit. Same thing with a takoma xl for matches
Match darts - 22g Customs
Best 501 - 11 Darts
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My dart coffin - unused darts are dead to me Smile

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(10-26-2019, 03:24 PM)jt4527 Wrote: Only available to view for active members with 5 or more posts click register to join Smile
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Finished yesterday my long project to build a proper darts holder/display. Took me some six months of planning, sourcing materials, acquiring tools, googling how to do stuff (half of the procedures I had never done before, and other half not since school) and tinkering evenings and weekends. Quite happy with the result, and how it corresponds to the design that I had in mind,  but even more happier about the process of learning.

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Here is a closeup:

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And here is how it is set up, everything fits semi perfectly somewhere between kitchen and living roomSmile

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(11-17-2019, 10:14 PM)Jürgen Pelt Wrote: Only available to view for active members with 5 or more posts click register to join Smile
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Simply amazing!
You did a really great job.
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Wow what a way to present your darts 10/10

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Board: Winmau Blade 5 DC
Darts : Cosmo Cyclone Mickey Mansell 23.9 g 
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Great work, looks like fine furniture.

What exactly are the brass pieces holding the dart point?

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I have to comment that the display is art. Very well thought out even if it took you so long to do, well worth it.
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Thank you for your kind comments!

The brass rings are eyelets (I hope it is the correct word) used in different handicrafts to surround/define/beautify various holes, I think. More precisely, they are one half of them. I am indeed proud of this particular design idea - a hole with a golden/brass ring seems so much more than just a hole Smile
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I just use a yoga block, but I'm thinking of later on finding an old tree stump, sawing it in half, and then using that.
   
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