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"I came across the PUMA Summit 25Gram darts.. WOW what a fluke (so I thought) but more of a surprise on how close they are to my original darts. The PUMA 25gm Summit steel tip are actually BETTER than my old darts.. brilliant grip along the barrel with grooves at the nose and fine grooves at the back in a waist to sit the thumb in to push off. I recommend these to anyone looking for something like I use. Combined with the white medium SHOT! stems they are awesome... can't say enough about them and the PUMA DARTS logo etched on the barrel hasn't worn off, I like that shows the job is quality.. thanks PUMA!
Warren - Australia
The 26gm Legend Steel Tips from Puma were excellent right out of the box. At first look I didn't think too much of them with their mid length shafts (i'm used to extra long) and longer barrel. I'm not used to heavier darts but my first throws with these darts were nothing short of amazing. Lack or knurling on the barrel had me a bit scared but the grooves are deep and have crisp edges that ensure a solid grip in the hand. These darts quickly became my favorite in my arsenal and I haven't touched another dart since.
The only con I can think of is that the barrels have such deep cuts in them that you can hear them grating against each other if they end up in a tight grouping. Hasn't affected my game yet as they never seem to get hung up but it is something I've been watching for.
The Pinnacle Coloured Brass darts are a great dart. They would be a good choice for a up-in-coming youth player to start with. Personally I feel they're designed for people with moist hands and also for people that prefer a more of a smooth dart.
Logan - Canada
I got these flights recently and I have actually been using them without the Champagne caps (I never had any I'm afraid) but they have performed really well so far. I have had approximately 16 hours of use with them so far and they are still in very good condition so seem very durable. The flights are very easy to insert and are set at a perfect 90 degree angle which is something I like a lot. I was throwing one set of darts with some new poly flights that just would not open out properly to the desired angle, I played well with them but as soon as I put the L-Style flights in it felt so much better.
The plastic the flights are made from seems very flexible and I have tried to squash and bend them in various directions to see if they rip, but they don't although you will see white stress marks in the plastic when you start to bend them. I folded one wing deliberately to see what happens and squeezed the fold, it left a white stress mark but resumed its shape again with a little manipulation. I think that is a little extreme testing but it just proves they are quite durable. The bottom edges of the wings and the top middle edges are slightly reinforced with a thicker plastics ridge which can only aid it the durability.
The flights perform well and I am very impressed with them, the only question mark is the price, if your a soft tip player I think there will be less chance of damage than a steel tip player. I only play steel tip and they have been durable so far, so if they last even longer then the price won't be such a problem as I can often ruin a few sets of 40p flights in just one session.
I think these are well worth a try, even though I never had the caps they stayed put on my shafts so I think they would be even better with the caps installed.
A nice product that gets a worthy thumbs up from me.
Darren - UK
I have been using the Puma dart case black for a few weeks. I like the look of the case from the outside, with the Puma Darts logo and belt clip. The case can hold 3 sets of darts but only has 2 pouches for flights and a larger pouch for shafts etc. I would have like it to have more space for flights and maybe space that can be closed off like a velcro lip so shafts, rings etc can't fall out.
The idea of the case is good just needs a bit more for the serious darts player.
Scott - Australia
A flight is a flight, isn’t it?
In performance terms I found these flights to be as good as any other flights of the same shapes. The darts flew true and straight and, as you’d expect, behaved in a different manner depending on which shape was used.
The construction is solid and over many hours of throwing closely grouped darts they showed very few signs of wear. They certainly last better than my usual flights.
Clearly they’re top performers. Visually they’re stunning. I loved the flame design, they are eye catching.
On the downside the finish appeared to be variable. Matt in some areas and more gloss in others. You’d only notice when looking closely, but then I was. Also it appeared that the wings were of different thicknesses and the standard shape flights started to open up at the point where the 4 wings join as soon as they were unfolded. A small gap was obvious straight away and it was inviting in a point that would have caused terminal damage. Flight protectors would sort this out.
Odie - Auckland
Excellent quality darts, very nice to throw and good for grouping, they allow stacking and with the long points the darts remain in the board with minimal bounce outs, very good grip on the barrel almost to good for the first couple of days the fingers get a workout, these darts are ideal with the mid length stems and standard size flights At first look at these darts I didnt think they would do much, but after using them I realised how much a quality and awesome dart it is for all round darting the best dart I've used so far 8/10
Nathan - New Zealand
"The Kenny MacNeil's are a great dart. They are extremely popular in Canada and a big number of youth player use them. It's all round just a nice looking dart, the ghost grip that is on it is awesome for people that like that bit of grip. I have used the steel tip Kenny MacNeil dart and any event I have won has been with those darts."
Logan - Canada
The bag is very well made and is a very good quality! It is very comfortable to put the darts into the case and hollow to the darts out of the case! It has enough space for accessories - flights, shafts, game cards, etc. One thing that I like is the bag with the darts when they are not attached to the belt is very hard. All in all, the case is very good for tournaments or residential use!
Benjamin - Germany
That's all that needs to be said. Having used a variety of molded flights in the past I've come to appreciate the consistency added to my game when using them. However, the relatively high cost means the spares I can keep is a minimum and I've been desperate to find a workable solution.
Enter Shell Lock rings. I recently bit the bullet and bought a shell lock punch and some rings. Eager to try them I punched some standard Puma vignette flights. Holes were clean and the heavy duty punch had no trouble with the thicker material. I fit some shell lock rings into the freshly punched flights. Fit was snug but I found it easy to align the flight into the grooves. Put them on my short nylon stems and had a throw. Nothing. No change. Wait, that's a good thing. No change. I'll have no trouble using the shell lock rings and can see me making a switch to them once my short supply of molded flights runs out. For now though, they will be used on my practice set-up, giving me greater confidence when I switch to my game set-up in that my darts will feel the same on the throw.
The above mentioned darts are, without a doubt, the most comfortable darts I have ever had the pleasure of playing with. The grip is outstanding and extremely comfortable. They suit my throwing style superbly. The barrel length fits snugly in my hand, and the weight balance appears to provide a brilliant trajectory complimentary to my style of throw. The laser cut grip provides an excellent level of grip especially as my hands get hot and tend to sweat a bit. As the heat builds up there is no slipping as opposed to the conventional style of knurled grips.
Definitely the most comfortable darts to play with, that I have encountered.
Blair - NZ
A broken shaft remover, funny thing is I haven’t needed to use one of these in years, thank goodness for metal shafts. The tool itself is a great looking piece of design. The tool is 125mm in overall length; this is made up of a 60 mm handle and a 65cm shaft that has 2 special custom V shape cut in the end of the shaft which gives you 4 nice and even points. The overall design is one that we all know as a screwdriver which makes this tool easy to use and it won’t take up space in a dart bag. So how did I test this if I use metal shafts? Well you may ask. I went and brought a selection of different shafts just for this review. I also happen to have a few old sets of darts to test with. So after snapping off the first 3 shafts I set about to do my testing. That was a feat in itself as! Sometimes you can have a bounce out and boom the shaft snaps but no it takes a lot of work to do it on purpose. These 3 all snapped off just below the end of the barrel, As the Points of the removal tool fits just inside the 2ba thread it was so easy just to put a small amount of pressure so the teeth or points take hold and then turning it anti clockwise they all came out. One after another I managed to try it with different compound shafts and they all unscrewed, It is a great little tool.
The only down side is that it is a very aggressive and if you didn’t get it in the correct part of the barrel and it slipped then you could do damage to your hand. Advice If someone has been drinking don’t let them use it, as always general common sense is all that is needed when using sharp objects.
The Broken Shaft removal tool I would rate it 8.5 out of 10
Craig - NZ
"The Puma Exterminators feature a grip like I've never had on a dart barrel, but I really enjoyed it. It feels like a very fine grit sandpaper on the fingers. They feel very well balanced and I had no problem throwing quite a few successful matches right away with very little practice. The actual tips, while short, stick extremely well in bristle board (so much so that I sometimes felt like I would be pulling the board off the wall). All in all I'm very pleased with the darts especially since the different barrels are not the type I would probably go out and buy without trying first. Excellent all-around darts in my opinion!
"At first inspection I found that the dart case was nice to look at, felt good in the hand, the smooth lines were great and it fitted easily enough into either pants or shirt pocket. The weight was exceptional given the size, it appeared to be a lot heavier and it was a pleasant surprise to feel how light it actually was.
The addition of the bottle opener on the side is a great idea, just what you need when you’re playing darts and having a few beers with mates! After using it for a few days I found that my flights were not resetting to normal shape, this could be due to the fact that I use 150 micron flights (with punched rings), and hence I could see my darts not flying as consistently as they normally would. I do believe that this might be avoided if you are using thinner flights and no punched rings.
All in all I think the product is good, however not for me, with my current set up of shafts and flights. A quality look and feel."
"First let me say that neither myself or my wife have throw with 80% tungsten darts in quite a while.
We both love the very unique grip that this product offers and can't say that we have ever seen anything quite like it. After reading the packaging I agree that a novice player would love this model. It's grip, design and price point make it an excellent product for new players or those making the conversation from brass darts to tungsten. But I also see how an experienced player would be interested as well especially if this grip design was ever applied to a more dense dart.
I will say that these darts have shown me again that the higher tungsten percentage is not needed to create a great dart"
Chuck and Sandy
"I found the Finger case was quite practical and easy to slip into my top pocket between games. Whilst other players liked the fact you can clip the holder on to your belt, although no one would personally use strap provided. Overall a good product and one that I would purchase.
"The Lady S Shot! darts are awesome. I have been playing with them for quite some time now. They are easily manageable and the special grip location is great. My darts no longer slip out of my fingers thanks to the knurled surface. I however found that the length was a problem with control for me but, once I had changed to shorter shafts, I was playing like my old self again.
The entire look of the darts is pleasing to the eye, grabbed my attention immediately.
I would highly recommend these darts. A real ‘lady’ dart.
"The thrill of new dart only happens from time to time and when the Shot 801 arrived I was thrilled. The packaging looked great and the darts inside looked the same.
The finish on the dart looks great and the grip level is more on the heavy side which would be great for someone new to the sport. The Darts fly in a nice arc as the weight seems to balance two thirds along the barrels and sit in the board at a nice angle. After using the darts for a few games my overall impression is that these darts are a nice solid set and would be great for an everyday darter.
Nicely presented, well manufactured, good value for the price, a very nice dart to throw.
Flights squashed when arrived. No darts case (the bag is novel but if you lose the point protector you’ll have dart points through the bag).
"The magnet closing is good. First I thought that it would be a wrong solution to close the wallet, but it works well. All you have to do is let go of the flap and it closes. Yes.
Then I stuffed a set of " ready to go " darts in to the case. It went ok ,but I noticed that the points of the darts may come through this leatherlette after some time of use. This depends of how long or short shafts one has in his/hers darts, because this determines how deep you push the darts into the case.
The wallets has two pockets on the left side and five on the right side.
I figured that the left ones are for spare flights, which go well in and stay also in. But since you can stuff some 10 flights in one pocket, who needs the other one!
Overall the wallet is better more of use than It first seemed to be, and the fact that the case rotates is definitely good.
I would give it an 7/10 , if leather and fixed pockets then 9+
"I have been throwing with the shafts and utilize a kite flight. Both lengths offer a built in flight protector which works very well and extends the flight life. Another nice feature of this product is the flexibility of the shaft. When you throw darts in close groups. the shaft of the dart in the board will bend away from the incoming dart and allow closer grouping of your darts. When you remove the darts from the board, the shafts immediately return to their straight position.
My personal preference is the medium length because the length and weight provide excellent balance to the dart which I am throwing. I would highly recommend the Side Winder Shafts for anyone interested in a quality product that offers flight protection, extended flight life and consistent balance to the dart they are throwing.
A great product at an incredibly economic price! Thanks again for the privilege of utilizing this wonderful product
The darts themselves are well machined with no visible flaws. The barrel is nicely shaped with a slight taper near the rear of the dart giving a nice repeatable position to throw from. The remaining grip on the dart consists of multiple small square cut grooves just in front of the rear taper, two small square cut grooves approximately mid barrel and another two small square cut grooves just forward of the middle of the barrel.
For testing purposes I have fitted these darts with the fantastic PUMA/SHOT! conversion point and have been giving them a good workout during practice within my local steel tip league. I’ve replaced the supplied medium aluminium stems and Dominator lantern flights with short aluminium stems and kite flights. These darts are fantastic. As set-up above for my play, they fly straight with little wobble on release and land in the board horizontal. While different to my regular darts the aforementioned taper at the rear of the barrel has allowed me to quickly and accurately adapt my grip and throw with these new barrels and has offered great consistency. Having gained some confidence in practice with the darts as set-up above I decided to use them in my singles match last night with much success.
I will most definitely be keeping these darts in my bag and will not hesitate to use them or recommend them to anyone else looking to try a well made lighter dart that can be used on both soft and steep tip boards.
Barrel of the dart has a very nice grip, unfortunately for me the grip does not go far enough up the barrel. I’d rate the grip itself at 4 or 5 out of 6. For a person that holds this dart in the middle or towards the front will, based on the grip, be able to consistently hold the dart the same for every throw.
For someone like me that holds the dart at the back, the grip may, or may not assist in throwing the darts the same way each time. My thumb and forefinger just touch the first few threads of the grip.
Even with the lack of grip at the back of the barrel, and being a front loaded dart, this is a comfortable dart to throw. At first the width of the barrel being 7.5mm, would be a concern. I was surprised to put three darts in the bull on a couple of occasions, while practicing with these darts. There is lots of room when hitting the triple 20, for a third dart.
Overall a nice dart, aesthetic in appearance, comfortable to hold in the hand, length of barrel is suitable for the weight and style of dart.
Practice is every day for a minimum of 15 minutes a day. Sometimes twice a day, and extended practice of 30 to 40 minutes on occasion. I can honestly say I’ve thrown these darts an estimated 2 hours in the last three days.
View Shot! 805 24gm steel tip darts
These are supplied in a slim box and inside the darts are fitted with white short stems and pink Shot! flights. There is a point protector and a Steel darts holder and a little cloth bag to carry them in.
Personally I think the cloth bag and steel darts holder are a bit pointless, and would be just as happy to see a standard bar wallet or plastic case, but that's nit picking anyway as most people buy a specific case, so its no big issue.
These darts are straight barreled and have a razor style grip. I don't usually like an aggressive Shark/Razor style grip, however the effect on these barrels is more subtle, probably because the edges are wider spaced and not as sharply angled. One curious thing I found was that if I run my thumb from the front of the barrel towards the shaft, it almost feels like a smooth dart. As soon as I move in the opposite direction the grip bites immediately. This may be a good thing for people who suffer with gripping problems and need to feel an assured grip when throwing, you will certainly like these if that's the case.
The barrels are maybe a little long for me at nearly 52mm long, but I think using the supplied short stems help compensate, but because I have a very forward grip it can seem a little unbalanced at such a length so I think they could be better suited to a player whose grip is more central or at the rear of the barrel. There was no issues when I threw the darts though as my first few darts where very direct and I nearly hit a 180 on my second throw. As I played with them one thing I noticed was the grip seemed to help with the forward pushing of the darts, it was quite a curious thing at first and I think it helped add a bit of extra velocity to my throwing of the darts.
The one thing I was amazed by was the fact that with my mini digital scales each barrel weighed exactly 24g! Don't think I have ever had a set where all three darts weighed exactly the same, and at the stated weight too, so that was quite a surprise really.
I still felt a little conscious of the grippiness of the grip and felt it may have put me off a little, but think that these are not as aggressive as some razor grips so will be worth me persevering with them for a while and see if I get used to it, I think its probably true to say that I may grip my darts a little too much, but these made me curious because of the ease at which I seemed to throw them and it was nice to have that little extra velocity, its something I have been trying to achieve in my stroke but the grip on these seems to help a lot in that respect.
The darts themselves are very nice and of a high quality and standard. If you want a grippy dart then they are a must!
A very nicely designed dart I think and get an 8/10 from me!
view Shot! 901 24gm steel tip dart
Being a collector of darts and mad enthusiast of darts to the fact that I have installed dart boards at all my friends houses so I have something to do when I am visiting. I have my things I do before I throw the first dart:
1.The first thing is a inspection of the finish. 5/5
2.The length of the point and even installation. 5/5
3.Weigh the darts difference being under 0.3g 5/5 (results dart 1= 24.9g /2=24.9g /3=25.1g )
4.Fit shaft and flights and check the balance. 5/5
Then its time to throw them, the first thing I noticed is the ring grip, there is the regular rings and in-between them is a light ring that's unpainted, this gives the dart a unique grip that is as grippy as a razor grip less the sharpness of a razor dart. The darts are weight loaded toward the front of the barrel but well balanced throughout the barrel by the length of the dart, I found them to group really well and fly straight and not have that big drop you get from a short front loaded dart.
I took them to 3 of the clubs I play darts at and passed them around to the players to have a throw with, about 40 people picked them up and had a throw from novice to A grade players, one of the novice player hit his first 180 with them just before he finished telling me he likes a lighter dart. The feedback from everyone was the same "easy to throw good grip and how much", it proves that you can buy fancy international player named darts and spend over a hundred bucks which wont help your throw or spend under forty dollars and have a dart to help your game.
Overall the result is these are a set of darts I would buy or recommend to anyone at any level of the game. I give them a 5 out of 5.
Cheers Big Joe
view Legend 25gm steel tip dart
I had the pleasure of reviewing the 20 gram viscount dart. Upon opening the darts for the first time I immediately noticed the knurl on the dart. Automatically I thought I wouldn't like them due to the grippiness considering I usually throw smooth barrels, but after about an hour of throwing I became a quick fan.
The pronounced knurl prevents any type of slippage during your throw, but due to the more box shape of the knurls on the barrel, flights aren't torn or ripped with tight groupings. The dart is well balanced, although I did have to change to a shorter shaft and rocket L-style flights for a straight flight, but that is more to do with the way I throw than the dart itself.
I greatly enjoy the way the barrel tapers toward the point. It has a good transition from the center of the barrel to the point, allowing for a comfortable feel in you hand. The tapered point also allows for tight groupings, there is plenty of room for the second and third darts to fit in the double bull without having to step to the side and come in at a different angle.
I have very much enjoyed reviewing this dart and have recommended it to my fellow darters. Those that have already tried it say they would be interested in a dart of this caliber when it comes time for their next purchase!
view Viscount 20gm steel tip dart
Don’t judge the dart on first appearances, these darts can match it with anything I have used before.
The dart sat nicely in the hand and was very receptive to my throw, which surpassed my expectation.
I was excited by the ability to stack darts 2 high on Protrainer boards with relative ease leaving shots wide open. Grouping darts on a pin head, leaving shots wide open for more scoring opportunities was a standout point of these darts.
If I dropped a dart short, I had confidence in attacking targets without the need to move around the oche.
These darts are ideal for anyone of any level of play, especially if you are an aggressive player looking at progressing through the grades.
The first thing I noticed upon removing the shafts from the package was production quality. The spinning flight holder turned freely on the shaft body without any looseness or wobble. The fit was such that the flight, if hit by an incoming dart would turn but not spin.
The shafts were a good length and weight, which was very light. I did not notice any need to adjust my throw to obtain a true flight path without wobble or yaw. I played for several hours with the Silent spin shafts without any noticeable change in the behavior of the shaft or the flight of the dart, which leads me to think that these shafts will continue to perform well over a long lifetime.
I would certainly recommend the Masterpiece Spin Shaft Silent to any darts player who prefers the spin type shaft.
It is a misconception that flights provide lift. On the contrary, the flight at the back of a dart provides surface drag so that the tip of the dart can hit the board. The larger the surface of a flight, the higher its surface drag, the faster the dart stabilizes in flight. For surface drag to be constant in each of the darts, it is paramount for the flights to open at right angles.
L-style flights are made in Japan. The bullet-shaped hole is for the champagne ring, an improvement over the previous L-ring which also held the flight to the shaft but was prone to 'robin hooding'. Like the L-flight, it comes moulded with a flight protector. A good darter checks whether his flights are open at right angles and taps them firmly into the shafts. L-style champagne flights with champagne rings simply serve to do so.
At the time of writing, all three of my flights are still in perfect condition. I am the type who would buy a pair of good shoes which can last me for miles than countless pairs of poor quality ones which disappoint me, so these flights are for me! =)
view L-Style Champagne flights and rings
One word: predictable. And that's a good thing! The Grafix Camo 23gm steel tip darts fly true and with confidence. There is no second guessing, right from the first throw. The barrel shape combined with the grip is comfortable in the fingers. The fluid coating adds a slightly tacky, rubber-like texture which I liked for added grip. And I appreciate the unique pattern on each dart – some variety for spice. In the few weeks I have had these I have yet to see any chipping or fading of the coating. I gladly recommend these darts to players of all levels!
view Shot! Grafix steel tip 23gm
They look quite classy in gloss black with iridescent logo, the quality is good, the black shows some scratches after a while, but this is to be expected. They are a tight fit in my Slikstik's, but they do fit without having to trim them. They make the darts fly straight and true and stick in the board almost horizontal, leaving heaps of room for the next dart. The narrow width also causes minimal deflection of following darts.
Overall I like these flights, they suit my darts well. 4 out of 5 stars.
view Puma 2D slim flights
It really needs to be used regularly (best if all the time) to get use to and to gain some understanding when using the Darter Rosin. I do experience some differences when you use it in different environment. Rainy day, air-conditioned room, open air, hot day, and etc. You will have to pay some attention and once you master it, it should be perfect to provide the right grip for you to hit a maximum.
So what does Forrest Rosin really do? In my opinion, it kind of conditions your skin and resulting consistent grip and throw. To a certain extend it does also give you extra confidence. Actually, it doesn't matter if you have a grip problem because I felt it can give a more stable grip. Worth a try. It's stickiness actually depends on individual’s hand condition. I think it helps in most cases.
In short it is a product of choice if you learn to like it. As for me, I am now more confident in my throw and able to focus more. No more fear of darts slipping of my holding.
view darters rosin
These darts were very easy to throw, feeling very balanced and smooth. The grip was quite raised but after a view throws was comfortable and easy to hold. The weight was good, being a 24-25gram thrower myself, I found them to be well weighted. I tried them with both the Puma flights and stems and with my own longer ali stems and they performed great.
I would not hesitate in recommending these darts to anyone looking at purchasing new darts.
I have reviewed and tested a set of Puma "Summit" 22gm steel tip darts - DR5007222
At 22grams, they were weighted slightly forward and had a very comfortable grip. I found the barrels quite thin which suited my style of throw quite well.
I practiced with the darts for three days and used them in an A Grade competition where I found they performed very well indeed.
I have no hesitation in recommending the Summit range of darts to players from entry level and beyond!
My first reaction on opening the shot nylon dart wallet ,was that it was quite small. But as I started to load in my darts, flights etc, it seemed like Dr Who's Tardis? I just kept loading bits in.
Your Darts can be stored without removing the flights which is a big bonus for me, it fits into your pocket and hand easily, and if you manage to spill your beer over the case it appears to be made of a wipe clean material!!
It looks good (I have the silver one), has the Shot! Logo on the front, and is very well made.
My only down on it is the belt clip not my sort of thing, but some may find it useful.
My overall verdict:- A big thumbs up, extremely good value, well made, looks good, does what you need it to do, very impressed.
Shot! Nylon Dart wallet with my darting supplies!
Much of the dart equipment that people use are at least in large part a matter of taste and perception about what they believe works best. Shafts certainly fall into that category. There are varying lengths from the X-short to the X-long and many sizes in between. One of the critical differences is that of the material used to manufacture the shafts with the 2 most common types in my circle being Nylon and Aluminum.
When I examine aluminum Medium shafts I look at the 3 areas: threads, shaft, and tip. Threads are important in that they are cleanly machined so that they screw onto the barrel with relative ease. The shaft itself has to be straight with no hint of warping and the tip has to accept the flight so that it does not damage the flight when being applied and yet there is a snug fit.
The Puma shafts excel in all three of these areas. It screwed onto the barrel with ease and unscrewed just as easily. Roll test (rolling barrel on a smooth surface) demonstrated that the shafts were straight. And the big test was that the slots in the tip were open enough to accept the flight but held them snug. No real surprises when they were used in a game and they did nothing good or bad out of the ordinary.
Overall I believe the Puma Darts Aluminum Shafts to be a high quality product that will meet or exceed the average player's expectations.
The product is well made with a good finish. The stems screw into the dart easily and it accepts dart flights fairly easily too with the exception of some of the more "resilient" flights that tend to be a little thicker than the more conventional and cheaper brands.
The stem is robust and survived many bounce-outs even when landing on a concrete floor! The stems grip the flights well and seldom come out even during close grouping. However, with extended play the stems can become loose even though they have the hole mounted near the base that allows the stem to be tightened by the point of another dart. In past experience this can be reduced by the addition of a washer fitted to the stem.
The stems can be damaged by closely grouped darts entering the top of the stem bending one of the grips as a result. This may reduced with the new generation of flights that have inbuilt protectors in the flight body.
To be honest I actually use this type of stem myself :-) I guess that gives a recommendation in itself?
Puma Darts sponsored dart player Terry Hayhurst had this to say about the dart shirts...
100% polyester...you cant ask for anything better then that. Many other shirts I've worn , when it gets really hot, will stick to me or seem to become tight. Puma has this shirt that is THE high brid of shirts allowing you to have a loose fit, comfortable throw without having your shirt stick to your skin. If you ask me, a rating 1-10, 1 being horrible and 10 being a shirt that I don't even want to take off......I give it an 11 .... Terry Hayhurst
Suanzy from Singapore loves her 20g Gamma Puma (80% tungsten) darts
I bought the last set of 20g Gamma Puma (80% tungsten) darts from your site in mid August, received them by end August and hit my first 3 consecutive double bulls with them in mid September! I had been using 90-97% tungsten darts, thinking that they were more superior in quality than 80% tungsten ones. The darts came with an elite dart case and cost US$14.99 only! Above all, shipping was free! I'm glad to have bought my darts here and will definitely buy again!