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About a year ago, I joined a darts team that was far above my standard of darts that I've ever played at a competitive level. When I started I was using Mark Webster 26g darts, and through out the year I have been swapping darts like I change my socks!

About 6/7 months ago, I decided I would buy the 24g Taylor 9Fives and I started throwing well with them. But I wasn't hitting as many Trebles, but they were flying straight.
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Now 2/3 weeks ago, I picked up the 9Fives and couldn't find my grip or they way I used to throw them, now I am in a dilemma.

I'm constantly thinking of changing my darts to something new. I'v seen the new Target Distinction Capricorns 24g, and was thinking of buying those, but £54 is alot of money to be spending on something I might not even like.

So my other option is to buy 24g Chizzy's (his old ones) and see if I can throw them, its only a a 1/2mm here and there so its near enough the same.

What do you guys think, should i change or should I battle through this?!
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I think you should change and try something thinner. The Taylor dart there is nearly 8mm thick. Other then Phil Taylor himself, I don't see many players that are able to score well with them.
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May be try a little longer with the 9fives and give it a good test, its funny but I have found some darts in the past that seem to work great on Trebles but hopeless at doubles, but it could all be in the mind Guests cannot see images in the messages. Please register at the forum by clicking here to see images.
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Yeah, i was playing okay, more consistent, but that could be down to me playing more often..
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(01-12-2015, 04:40 PM)xShmiii Wrote: Hey up,
About a year ago, I joined a darts team that was far above my standard of darts that I've ever played at a competitive level. When I started I was using Mark Webster 26g darts, and through out the year I have been swapping darts like I change my socks!

About 6/7 months ago, I decided I would buy the 24g Taylor 9Fives and I started throwing well with them. But I wasn't hitting as many Trebles, but they were flying straight.
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Now 2/3 weeks ago, I picked up the 9Fives and couldn't find my grip or they way I used to throw them, now I am in a dilemma.

I'm constantly thinking of changing my darts to something new. I'v seen the new Target Distinction Capricorns 24g, and was thinking of buying those, but £54 is alot of money to be spending on something I might not even like.

So my other option is to buy 24g Chizzy's (his old ones) and see if I can throw them, its only a a 1/2mm here and there so its near enough the same.

What do you guys think, should i change or should I battle through this?!
Sell these and almost paid for any set lol Guests cannot see images in the messages. Please register at the forum by clicking here to see images.
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Orrrr Try all your mates darts til you find a set you like? Guests cannot see images in the messages. Please register at the forum by clicking here to see images.
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i would sell the, but there the only set i have to play with Guests cannot see images in the messages. Please register at the forum by clicking here to see images.
And true, never thought of that! Guests cannot see images in the messages. Please register at the forum by clicking here to see images.
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