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Red Dragon Amberjack 14 23g - Mini review/pics
Right here we go.

On monday night I ordered a set of Red Dragon Amberjack 14s as I read somewhere on here that they are a repackaged Winmau Fitton. Did the usual research and found out that they are indeed.

The package arrived today, again a testament to how good Red Dragon are

What you get

For a great price you get an XS Wallet with plenty of storage, the barrels with medium alluminum shafts and 3 sets of Red Dragon Hardcore flights in Black, Orange and a hybrid design. You also get a guarantee card.

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For £15.40 delivered to the UK in less than 2 days when ordered on a Bank holiday this is the best of value.

The dimensions of the darts can be found below for those curious. I do not have the relevant measures as this forum has not dragged me in deep enough yet.

https://www.reddragondarts.com/det/11330...4-23-gram/

The barrel itself is weighted ever so slightly towards the front of the barrel and pretty much in the middle.
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And with the full supplied set up is weighted more towards the back.
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I gave them a few throws and I must say they feel great to throw and they hit the 20s more than I usually do (still practicing). The points look smooth but god did they stick in the board hard. The grip on them is adequate but the only things I can compare it to are the nano grip on the Target Buntings and the very very grippy Winmau Fordhams so I can't really say too much about it.

Here is a pic comparing the Amberjacks, a Target 17g Bunting nano and a 23g (catalog shop bought) Winmau Viking Raider just for a little size comparison.
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(Floating mysteriously in mid air as I forgot to rotate the picture)


Overall I must say this is a great dart at a great price and worth a shot at the price it is offered at.

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Hope you enjoyed my first review (ish) post
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Nice darts! Just a little bit thicker than the Fittons, my 23g are 6.8mm. Been tempted to get a set of these
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You cannot go wrong for the price they are
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Good looking darts and good review. I have a set of the Target Fittons .These would look good in my collection. Definitely a good price point.
 

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Nice review!! Now get them soaking in some acetone and dissolve that ghastly orange and black paint lol
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I am tempted to get the paint off. Sort of look good with the flights provided though. I'll see
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Currently using 23g Red Dragon Apollo (ex Winmau Fordhams) w/ Intermediate Target Pro Grip and L-Style shape flights
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Used by great effect by Jeffrey De Graaf in the recent WDT I believe.
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Just watched a video from WDT (I was there but you couldn't see that close lol) and it looks like he is using the 25g version
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(04-08-2015, 07:14 PM)bfrposh Wrote: Right here we go.

On monday night I ordered a set of Red Dragon Amberjack 14s as I read somewhere on here that they are a repackaged Winmau Fitton. Did the usual research and found out that they are indeed.

The package arrived today, again a testament to how good Red Dragon are

What you get

For a great price you get an XS Wallet with plenty of storage, the barrels with medium alluminum shafts and 3 sets of Red Dragon Hardcore flights in Black, Orange and a hybrid design. You also get a guarantee card.


For £15.40 delivered to the UK in less than 2 days when ordered on a Bank holiday this is the best of value.

The dimensions of the darts can be found below for those curious. I do not have the relevant measures as this forum has not dragged me in deep enough yet.


The barrel itself is weighted ever so slightly towards the front of the barrel and pretty much in the middle.

And with the full supplied set up is weighted more towards the back.

I gave them a few throws and I must say they feel great to throw and they hit the 20s more than I usually do (still practicing). The points look smooth but god did they stick in the board hard. The grip on them is adequate but the only things I can compare it to are the nano grip on the Target Buntings and the very very grippy Winmau Fordhams so I can't really say too much about it.

Here is a pic comparing the Amberjacks, a Target 17g Bunting nano and a 23g (catalog shop bought) Winmau Viking Raider just for a little size comparison.
(Floating mysteriously in mid air as I forgot to rotate the picture)


Overall I must say this is a great dart at a great price and worth a shot at the price it is offered at.

Hope you enjoyed my first review (ish) post

Very nicely done, good review and all the info other Nutz need to make up their mind/order that's an easy +1
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Cheers!
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(04-09-2015, 01:20 PM)bfrposh Wrote: I am tempted to get the paint off. Sort of look good with the flights provided though. I'll see

Very nice review; I agree with it completely. Good job with it!
The Amberjack is one of the best darts I have ever used.
The shape is literally perfect!

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They look great with those flights!
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(04-09-2015, 05:42 PM)bfrposh Wrote: They look great with those flights!

If you are interested in getting those, those are the Harrows dimplex and the orange shaft is the RED one80 ProPlast shafts (yes, the shafts are orange colored but they call it red).
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