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Thinking about trying scalloped darts
I went with straight barrels after not seeing a positive performance impact and seeing most pro players playing straight barrels
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Probably a wise move, straight barrels are a fairly safe bet for most people.

I went through a scallop phase myself and found it quite hard to get a scallop, in the right place.
Usual set up :- 23 gram, darts clearance (no name scalloped darts) with a 50 mm barrel, 41 mm nylon shafts + standard flights.

Trying out, red dragon 24g hell fire b, with 41 mm nylon shafts + kite flights (fly well, these).

Other barrels I quite like, are, 24 gram knurled assassins (by harrows).

Various random, other darts, on my rotation, from 20 to 24 grams.
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Harrows Rival, straight barrel with slight scallops
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(12-05-2021, 03:33 PM)Phil D Wrote: Probably a wise move, straight barrels are a fairly safe bet for most people.

I went through a scallop phase myself and found it quite hard to get a scallop, in the right place.


I agree. The scallop forces you to place fingers and thumb in a certain place. This is great if that place happens to be where you naturally place your finger and thumb.
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