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What I've learned about selecting darts
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great post. thanks a lot
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I'm looking for some new darts; thank you for the advice.
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I'll be trying out your suggestions at the the dart store tomorrow. Thanks for taking the time to post this!
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Thanks for the insight. I'll definitely consider this as I look for new darts!
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Useful pointers thanks
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Thanks! This helps - It seems there is a lot to learn. Having fun though!
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Great Post!!! Thx
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Its interesting and all we learn of the experience of dart players
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This was a great post, thank you!
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Do you think there is a differentiation to be made between a comfortable feeling dart and a dart that feels a little less comfortable in the hand, but ends up somehow being more accurate?.....
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(03-19-2018, 03:04 PM)GONKO Wrote: Do you think there is a differentiation to be made between a comfortable feeling dart and a dart that feels a little less comfortable in the hand, but ends up somehow being more accurate?.....
To me, I make a personal value judgement about whether darts are comfortable. Their girth, length, texturing, some just feel better to me. As to accuracy, it isn't really a quality of the darts, but in how I throw them. Some darts might cover over some of my flaws better, but in the end, I believe I could become equally proficient with any set of darts.
I value the feel of the dart over how I perform with it. If I'm going to have to practice with it daily for months and years, I want something that feels comfortable to make sure a bad feeling dart doesn't distract me.

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(07-15-2014, 12:34 PM)Nucky Wrote: Excellent post!!

I would also add in that what you see online isn't always what you get. I've ordered barrels that looked different from the photos and also didn't feel anywhere close to what I thought the grip would be. That being said, we are very fortunate that almost every dart online has its dimensions listed and usually more than one photo. My tip would be to get as much information as you can before ordering a set of darts.
Signed: online picture:

https://www.puredarts.co.uk/_images/_images/xl/899.jpg

My pictures:
https://imgur.com/gallery/fX9l1O5



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I’ve ordered three different sets in different weights with different styles of barrels. All fairly cheap so I can work out what I like best and take it from there.
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(02-04-2019, 02:14 PM)jamesr180 Wrote: I’ve ordered three different sets in different weights with different styles of barrels.  All fairly cheap so I can work out what I like best and take it from there.
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