Longitudinal grip
If you want your darts to spin, give these a flights a try.  They are from Spiraline.
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Zeeple
The Dart Indoors
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(06-12-2019, 02:24 PM)nixer55 Wrote: Might want to give this post a read.  Addresses longitudinal cuts and spin.  Perhaps give you a few ideas too:

https://www.dartsnutz.net/forum/showthre...#pid405832

Yeah Nixer, diagonal cuts are even more suited to induce spin. 

(06-12-2019, 03:17 PM)Zeeple Wrote: If you want your darts to spin, give these a flights a try.  They are from Spiraline.

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Zeeple
The Dart Indoors


Can fashion these out DIY. Very very easy! Just get the direction of the bend correct as flights like these are rotally dependent on which hand you throw with. 

Generally, from behind, bend the tail end of the flight clockwise for a right hand throw, and anticlockwise for a left hand throw. Bent the wrong way and the flight of the dart is totally unstable.
I don't think there is anything 'natural' about throwing darts. A person does not naturally stand sideways, with weight more on one leg, lean forward and swing to launch a projectile repeatedly, day in, day out as part of daily routine. One does not even throw a rock or ball that way.    ~ With darts, everything has to be learnt, and refined.  Wink

What is NATURAL? http://www.dartsnutz.net/forum/showthread.php?tid=22147

A beginner - always experimenting and trying to learn! So I can fool around with loads of set-ups and techniques! Lol! Big Grin
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