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darts specifications help
Not sure where to look and God knows I've tried so putting it out there and hopefully someone can point me out in the right direction. I want to learn everything about darts. I don't mean the sport but the arrows themselves, the different types of grip, what they do, the shapes and what they do, the Aero dynamics all the different bits of technical data and what they mean. Can anyone help?
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The Unicorn Uniboffin may be good place to start for some of the info you require

https://www.unicorn-darts.com/news/bloglist.aspx?cid=4
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Thank you, looking through it now. Looks great!
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Its something I have asked in various threads over the years and I often wonder how they go about designing a shape, is it just for looks or do they have some scientific process to determine the optimum shape etc, I asked a similar question to Simon Hall of Red Dragon as I was curious how they know a shape will be a certain weight and what the process of design was, I was told it was a secret!
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I only started taking darts seriously a year ago. Before that I would throw some darts for fun once in a blue moon. I chose my current bullet shape because I liked the look. I now want to invest in a good set of darts and although I do like my bullet style I want to make sure it's the right style for me. I want to have more of an educated guess rather than make a cosmetic decision. I also have straight barrels and various types of shafts and flights but I don't understand why a particular set up works. I want to know why darts do what they do and the different ways to make a dart fly. If you know what I mean...
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I'm not sure of any science behind at all as you could have two identical darts thrown by different people and they may both behave different in flight. There is basic suggestions about weight, stem length and flight size and shape but nothing indepth that I know of.

Even the Unilab suggestions are only that suggestions, at the end of the day it will be how it feels when you throw it.



https://www.dartswarehouse.com/Darts101/...darts.html
https://www.dartswarehouse.com/Darts101/...hoose.html

https://www.dartswarehouse.com/Darts101/...ights.html
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Thanks for the help. Where it's a good place to go to get custom darts made and how expensive can they be? Any idea?
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There is a few places in the U.K.

Grays Customs: https://www.dartsnutz.net/showthread.php...ight=grays

Elven Darts and Madhouse darts.

Prices vary I think from £30 - £50
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Thanks a lot. You've been a fountain of knowledge!
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You can always +1 me LOL Guests cannot see images in the messages. Please register at the forum by clicking here to see images.
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Okay I think I did?! Still new to this game!
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Yay!

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Check this out

https://www.dartworld.com/answers.html
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good post take a rep point.
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a good guide that, only they call Razor grip what most would call micro grip, but I think thats because Piranha darts call it Razor grip.
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