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(@chipnova)
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I have a set of darts I got from a friend but am looking to buy something else. There are so many options. What should I avoid at all costs?


   
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(@dave22)
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MOst popular brands have "good" and "bad" darts. I would say aslong as you are going with a brand name you recognize you should be ok.


   
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(@grouperbob)
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Look online for a shop you can go and try the darts. If it's a good shop use the owners knowledge. 


   
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(@chipnova)
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@grouperbob Nowhere nearby that I can try that I know of. I wonder if any online stores take returns for darts.


   
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@chipnova I doubt it because of scratching


   
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(@chipnova)
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Does anyone know if Amazon take returns for darts?


   
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(@gardendarts)
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@chipnova Amazon are pretty good in my opinion at taking returns, it is pretty much automatic as long as you return them in a reasonable amount of time. Returns should also be free.


   
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(@cog180)
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Avoid the darts that aren't right for you.  That really is the secret. The right dart will fly straight along the parabolic curve. If the dart does not fly straight in the air without wobbling. Something is amiss.  

 

90% Tungsten is worth the price. Your darts will last longer. 


   
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