…when Neil Duff claimed his WDF/Lakeside title last month using a brand new set of Joe Cullen’s Winmau weapons Continue reading Rockstar Weapons Prove Deadly for Duff
So there you have it! The darts are used by the rapidly rising star, Jonny Clayton. A fantastic job by Red Dragon, to create the perfect darts for a player moving up in the world of darts at a rapid pace Continue reading Choose Your Weapons: Jonny Clayton
Designed and manufactured in collaboration with the ‘All Things Darts’ Facebook group (ATD), which boasts an impressive membership of well over 27,000 darts fans from all over the world. Continue reading Choose Your Weapons: The Milestone
A re-pointer is now a must-have for any and all darts players, and the ‘Harrows Easy Re-Pointer’ is a great start. Continue reading Choose Your Extras: Point Changer
“I was mentally ready to hold something that had a little more girth.”
Paul Nicholson Continue reading Choose Your Weapons: Paul Nicholson 2022
In this unique ‘inter-re-view’, I’ll be combining my own thoughts, and Scott’s expertise to provide comprehensive analysis of these stunning darts. Continue reading Choose Your Weapons: Quantum SM
But, for a long time I have asserted that rock legend Meatloaf has our game sussed. Continue reading Meatloaf: Farewell to Darts’ Greatest Philosopher.
In answer to my question, “Could these be the ones”? Yes – I think they may just be! Continue reading Winmau MVG Exact: The Ultimate Equipment Evolution
A stand out for me was the new Alan Soutar darts, which were recently released , adding to Mission’s ever-expanding range of player-branded products. Continue reading Choose Your Weapons: Soots You, Sir.
The phenomenal success of British Cycling, over the last decade or more, has meant the theory of marginal gains has received a great deal of attention. The theory, as applied by Dave Brailsford, is that the combined effect of tiny improvements in many areas will add up to a significant overall gain. In cycling, everything from the design of the bike to the material of … Continue reading Marginal Gains For Darts?