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Jack Hood Darts
Not sure of the exact date of these, its somewhere in 1930's to 40's but they are a very interesting set of darts:



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Sorry about the picture quality, I own an Identical set Darren.

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I actually sold my set a while ago, wish I hadn't but needed the money, I still keep them in my Flickr album for others to see though.
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Very interesting darts.
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I remember we had a good look at these on the last forum.
Notably because I have a set of darts called 'Torpals' which are identical to these.

Think we was wondering if Jack had bought out Torpals and marketed them as their own... or Torpals bought out Jack Hood.

Here are my Torpals.

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very interesting. What material is the grip part made from? I would guess the part attached to the point is brass?
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I think its chromed brass
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Yes, pretty sure it's as grip says.
The set I have look brand new, not a scratch on them so I can't tell 100% what's under the coating.
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Looks like another good thread..
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(05-27-2015, 10:23 AM)stuart180 Wrote: I remember we had a good look at these on the last forum.
Notably because I have a set of darts called 'Torpals' which are identical to these.

Think we was wondering if Jack had bought out Torpals and marketed them as their own... or Torpals bought out Jack Hood.

Here are my Torpals.

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I have a set of those as well. Somewhere I have a printout of the patent document for these.
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