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Year: 2012.
Brand: Winmau
Model: Foxfire Style B
Finish: Natural
Tungsten: 80%
Weight: 24.5 g
Length: 40.7 mm
Diameter: 8.00mm
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Awesome stuff. I'll have to try to remember about this when I'm at home and have some spare time
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(09-14-2016, 05:55 PM)LJohn_B Wrote: Wow nice thread and good work. Very useful!

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(09-15-2016, 04:11 PM)The G Wrote:
(09-14-2016, 05:55 PM)LJohn_B Wrote: Wow nice thread and good work. Very useful!

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Concur on the soft tip barrels as in barrel weight only no points/setup. Also those doing soft tips do what Joeri did and add (barrels only) to the listing.
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Added. :thumbup:

@Great White North
I've just updated the first post, hopefully it makes things clearer for people to know what info to add.  Thanks for your input.
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Apart from oft tip darts being listed down as barrel weight only, I'm not sure if contributors want to include this, but many barrels are contoured, and of some sort of torpedo profile, so the fattest part of the dart is usually where a person does not grip. Perhaps the fattest part, and the thinnest grip portion like the latest Winmau (?) specs?

Also, balance in terms of percentages since it's a numerical chart could be of importance to people using (especially) Japanese barrels as their designs / drilling can be fairly unique. What I've seen some shops do is list it as is: 54% - 46% with the first value being the front, and the second being the rear. Since tips and set-ups can be changed, let's assume supplied stock set-up.

Like I said, I'm really not sure if contributors want to take the trouble to find out and list it down, but if they do, kudos all around!  Guests cannot see images in the messages. Please register at the forum by clicking here to see images.
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I don't want it to get too complex and put people off contributing all together, it could lose its simplistic values. Listing your own measured percentages is a little bit too hard core imo, but if people want and are prepared to do it, l can add a column for the weight distribution balance %. But, it's early days yet so I'll let things run as they are for now, to see how it's working out.

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I understand, and that was why I mentioned all the 'if's and 'want to's ... I figured most folks probably won't go through the trouble.  Guests cannot see images in the messages. Please register at the forum by clicking here to see images.
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.  Guests cannot see images in the messages. Please register at the forum by clicking here to see images.

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Year: September 2016
Brand: Target
Model: Carrera C3
Finish: Natural/Pixel Grip
Tungsten (%): 90%
Length (mm): 50.3 mm (On the Target website 52.25mm is stated!)
Diameter (mm): maximum 7.1 mm 
Weight (g): 3x 21.1 grams
Sorry, my scales weighs only to one digit after the decimal point. Also I have to mention that I put storm points into the darts. But storm points and standard Target points boths weigh 0.9 grams.


Maybe I will post more measurements of my darts collections, when I have a better scale.
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@Buckshot
I'm using 0-100g scales similar to what you see others use on the forum.  What I've been doing is rounding up or down the last 2 digits for weight and dimensions.  
e.g.
25.04 = 25.0 and 25.05 = 25.1

I think this is close enough for comparison and keeps the data clearer with only displaying one decimal place.

Thanks for posting :thumbup:



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