GA WC P3 25G- unboxing :)
Lol wooo not a long wait on this one ,January 11 processed , recieved January 16

Photos to follow. Gary Anderson WC Phase 3 26 gram , along with some bits .
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Wonderful looking case. HEavy duty.  . . A lot more shafts then I expected LOL, FOr some reason I may have thought the price was per individual shaft LOL, even so, in comparison for $3.99 at local shops for any set of standard 3 shafts. HAha
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Nice Calix!  See Unicorn's still shipping the P3's in the maestro case.  May they fly well for you!

cheers
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SO

FIRST GO

....they are sitting down when they land, tried the supplied alluminum stems, tweenies, and short progrip, which helped in the past with this issue. However not now.

The only way to have them not sit tail down , is to give them a spin counter clockwise . Giving the arrow more speed .

hmmmm. Initial test, not overly happy. But I want to commit...

All though, after fiddling around, I was grouping and hitting 20 t20.

all though they still are sitting tail down.
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The title of your post looks like a license plate number  Big Grin
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Never had that problem with P3's.  Threw 25g's for years, now 23g.  Always short stems, standard flights.  Mind you, I'm a front gripper.  But I wouldn't change grip for any dart if you're thinking about it!

Good luck...
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(01-18-2019, 02:48 AM)nixer55 Wrote: Never had that problem with P3's.  Threw 25g's for years, now 23g.  Always short stems, standard flights.  Mind you, I'm a front gripper.  But I wouldn't change grip for any dart if you're thinking about it!

Good luck...

Thanks,

I’m front gripper As well....

I’m going to try and commit....

I think the longer points may have something to do with them not sitting right. After a bit of throwing I a making it work. I will listen to your advice and not adjust my grip. All though I may have to move it back a bit for balance .  It’s a beauty of a dart so I really want them to Be contenders , so I can just stick to one dart set up.

I’m going to try really hard to make it work. But I just feel like the perfect dart should Be effortless to throw Sad

But I guess all my other darts took time to adjust.

I think where the anderson dart is longer, and it’s 25g, I may not be used To this Design.

Worst case scenario....they become part of a premier league player collection.
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I'm sure you'll make it work Calix. But as mentioned on the forum before, the P3 is not a forgiving dart. Maybe because of it's length, not really sure. Think the points are pretty standard at 28mm, maybe the etched points are throwing you off a bit?

cheers...
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Thanks.

I’m hitting my targets, it’s just the angle the dart WAS landing in ...negative degrees.
I am slowly pulling them up.

The length is defintily a factor , they are much longer Than any of My other darts.

But I switch to My ahort bomber style darts and it feel great.

Let’s see if I can make it work over the course of the weekend . Smile

If I don’t get too smashed up at work tomorrow lol
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I think I should have done a 23 gram GA .....
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You have a great attitude to making them work
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(01-20-2019, 12:07 PM)Richa Wrote: You have a great attitude to making them work

Thanks!!! Haha , I put the effort in to stick with them, only 2–3 nights of half hour -hour.

I am hooked!! I absolutely love them.

They are forcing me to become a better player. I am forced To spin my darts and concentrate much more on my throwing, I am sticking T20s like never before and grouping very well. I see potential.

My game is changed completely, I am hitting check outs I never Even tried before. With practice. They are giving confidence ! Hitting T17s D16s, T19s D8s .
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Used warm water and dish detergent this time, then soap and warm water .
Results are very good. Very grippy. A bit dry feeling, that could be my hands though.


On another note. I changed my throw technique just now....from a push. To a pendulum type draw back and a bounce forward from my bicep ...a bit uncomfortable at first, but I was getting 2 t20s every 3-4 visits to the oche. Much better than I have being experiencing lately.....I didn’t Get a chance to try any other numbers on the board though....I hate to keep changing my throw technique. But results are necessary ....!
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