Unicorn Evolution Series Purist Soft Tip Tungsten Darts
Purist 22g = Barrels Only
Barrels Only = Affordable
Guaranteed Weight Certificate to within 0.1g (SOLD)
Alan Glazier Ton Machine Tungsten Darts 22g - "The Man In Black Is Back"
All Alan Glazier Ton Machine darts include a slimline case, a set of medium durable stems and a set of flights.
Alan Glazier Golden Ton Machine Tungsten Darts - "The Man In Black Is Back"
All Alan Glazier Golden Ton Machine darts include a slimline case, a set of medium durable stems and a set of flights.
Designa Black Shadow Darts - 90% Steel Tip Tungsten. All Designa branded darts are provided as darts only in a point protector.
Winmau Vendetta 80% Tungsten Darts 23g.. (SOLD)
The Vendetta. Quite simply, darting Kryptonite!!
Cutting edge computer aided designs provide a comprehensive professional range in a variety of styles and weights to suit any player wishing to enhance their scoring potential, trajectory and grouping.
Winmau 3D Standard flights
Precision engineered aluminium stems
Level 1-Basic occasional player.There is really no need for practice if you just enjoy throwing some arrows.
Level 2-Joined a local league. Congratulations ! You have some passion for the game and thank you.
Level 3-Traveling short distances to small tournaments.
All levels, this is standard warm up / practice routine for everything. Generally throw nothing but 20’s (or at the bull soft tip) for about 10 minutes. More than anything, this gets the wheels greased and your arm loose. Focus more on your extension and follow through in this time, and not so much on where the dart is going. Remember, you are only loosening up.
Then spend the next 5 or so minutes picking off cricket numbers. Start at the 20’s and move to 19, 18 , 17, 16, 15 etc. finishing on the bull. Then spend a few more minutes working on the most common out shots.
Level 2 - will want to focus on getting all 3 darts in the 20 segment before moving on to 19 and so on. Then for your out shots work on your D16, D8, D4, D20, D10 combos. Score all 3 darts; don’t move to another double out shot until you hit the one you’re going for in 3 darts.
Level 3 - will want to score 5 or more marks on the cricket numbers before moving on to the next. Your 01 outs to warm up on should be 41 – 80. Any order or any out in that range is fine. You should be keen on hitting your set up darts as well as your doubles in this routine at this level. Focus on your single dart set up shot as if it were a double. Missing that fat 12 into a 9 on 44 just cost you one extra dart at a double. MANY matches are lost this way.
Above level 3, it obvious you to hit 7+ marks on the cricket numbers before moving on; and random 3 dart outs just to get you dialed in on set up and tripping before taking a shot at the double ring.
It’s a quick 15 minute exercise to get you loosened up and dialed in on the board. From there you can start league, play in a tournament, or get into heavy practice off of this warm up session. Happy darting!