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Are the Practice ring worth it?
Are the Practice ring worth it?

Im only 12 but i LOVE Darts!

I was just wondering if the Practice rings worth it?

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i found them worthwhile and good practice and i think they work. my rings broke after heavy usage though. apparently you can get them to send you more , though i emailed them for more , got a reply back , send address but never recieved anymore. still think they are good , just wouldn't buy anymore myself
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:hiya: and welcome. i think the practice rings are worth it, they do break though. i had the guys here at work make me an aluminium set, very cool!! Guests cannot see images in the messages. Please register at the forum by clicking here to see images.
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Welcome aboard Jakey, for £9.99 I would say its worth a go but you could also do the same thing with squares of papere in various sizes or even with some pipe cleaners.

But it depends if you are short of cash, if not then give them a try.
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gyday Jake and welcome to the forum, youve come to the right place if ya wana have a chat and look for advice, Im sure the members will jump at the chance to mold a youngster like you into a dart machine.

In regards to the practice rings I personally have never used them but I can see where it could be of help especially when starting out as the targets are a fair bit bigger than a triple or bullseye and I do believe that there is a couple of games you can play with them as well, plus its brings variation into your practice to keep things interesting because when practice becomes boring then the fun goes with it. Ya gota keep the game fun.

Been meaning to make a steel set out of some pipe tubing by cutting slices of different size pipe and chamfering the edges.

@ cat: hows the aluminium ones holding up? are the darts digging into them?
Was thinking of making them out of that but I thought the metal would be to soft.
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They haven't improved Bristow's game lol!
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Welcome, I am considering getting the practice rings soon. I think they will help me a lot. First I need to get some darts, these old rusty things I got are not helping my game any.
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The practice rings wont hurt, but you dont need them either. They are maybe a bit of fun, so if you have the cash to throw around I'd say go for it. As a Flight Schooler I am already shooting at the smallest target possible so as a learning tool these are limited for me, although admittedly a good bit of fun.

My advice would be to try Flight School though.
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One of the more experienced Brits i throw with said that he and his mates used to pin the front page of the Guardian to the board and practice throwing at Mrs. Thatcher's nostrils.
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(08-13-2013, 03:55 PM)brenthahn Wrote: One of the more experienced Brits i throw with said that he and his mates used to pin the front page of the Guardian to the board and practice throwing at Mrs. Thatcher's nostrils.

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(08-13-2013, 09:35 AM)DIRTY G Wrote: gyday Jake and welcome to the forum, youve come to the right place if ya wana have a chat and look for advice, Im sure the members will jump at the chance to mold a youngster like you into a dart machine.

In regards to the practice rings I personally have never used them but I can see where it could be of help especially when starting out as the targets are a fair bit bigger than a triple or bullseye and I do believe that there is a couple of games you can play with them as well, plus its brings variation into your practice to keep things interesting because when practice becomes boring then the fun goes with it. Ya gota keep the game fun.

Been meaning to make a steel set out of some pipe tubing by cutting slices of different size pipe and chamfering the edges.

@ cat: hows the aluminium ones holding up? are the darts digging into them?
Was thinking of making them out of that but I thought the metal would be to soft.

holding up well, i also thought with the metal being soft it would not work but its working well. nope, darts not digging into them.
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Welcome Jakey! I found the dart rings to be very good practice and even help an old boy like me to improve (slightly).
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