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TIPS AND TRICKS : What to do before and when fit Target Storm points
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1: Why choose storm points ?

To save your flights and for finger grip on the point.

Storm points are made for a smooth transition to the barrel, to save your flights when the barrel hits a dart already in the board.and good aerodynamic
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2: Do all Storm point fit ?

Yes the do, but not all fit nice. The max width is 3.40mm and have a smooth transition of 95% of all Target made barrels.
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The best is measure the front of your barrel:
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3: Use always a new point, the storm points are a bit fatter in the middle when new
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I remember fitting some to the Wagner darts I had the fit was extremely tight and my hands were sore for a few days after fitting them. Thinking back now I should have may be filed them a touch to make it easier, not sure how viable it is to do that though?
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I also advice 26mm smooth. [ standard length on most darts ]

When choose grip or 30mm the chance of breaking is higher
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Is breakage more common to heavier darts?
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What are your view on storm points and replacing factory tips in general?
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Do you suggest a drop of Lok-Tite or clear nail polish before seating them?
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(10-15-2015, 07:19 PM)redhedkev Wrote: Do you suggest a drop of Lok-Tite or clear nail polish before seating them?

I always use a drop of blue lok-tite when seating them.  Not sure if its really needed or not as they go in real tight but I do it anyway.
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