All Shot Darts bristle dartboards are made with high-grade sisal – so you can play more and they’ll last longer. Like any bristle dartboard though, they do need to have the wear evenly spaced across the entire surface of the board, or the sisal can get over-compacted, making it harder for darts to ‘stick’.
A broken or snapped dart point can be hugely annoying, but the good news is it does not mean your beloved darts are unable to be used again. Much like flights and shafts, steel tip points are an interchangeable part of a dart and can be replaced. Shot Darts uses quality points in our steel tip darts, manufactured to the industry standard in England, and have a Shot Darts specific taper at the front to minimize chances of breaking off at the barrel. We batch stress test points regularly to ensure the highest quality reaches you.
Our design and production teams recently undertook the mission of re-designing the Bandit, adding new features in where needed, resulting in the new generation Bandit Boards.
The main question we asked ourselves was, how do you improve on a well-loved product with a legacy and provenance like The Bandit? There was no debate among the group that there were integral product features that wouldn't be altered or changed.
Here’s how to get the hang of it for your hangout. But wait, before hanging your dartboard, make sure you have enough space in front of it. You need roughly 2500mm, but take a look at the diagram below so you know you’re starting out on the right foot.
Apart from hanging your dartboard where you have a good combination of space, light and non-fragile objects, its placement will determine how often, how long and how well you practice. And therein lie the keys to fulfilling your true dart throwing potential, young Grasshopper.
Dull darts won’t stick in the board no matter how ace your aim is. So if you play with steel tip darts, consider investing in adart sharpener: this will help you reducebounce outsand extend the life of your dartboard. The right amount of sharpening will actually leave your point with a slightly rounded tip, which will help it stick in the dartboard – this is true for bothbristleboardsand paper dartboards
Like any sport with a bit of history behind it, darts has developed its own rich lingo. Hard for new players to know what the heck everyone’s talking about. And no one wants to get caught out not knowing their black hat from their white horse. So we’ve cobbled together a selection of the most common, obscure and just plain weird darts terminology to add to your vocabulary (and possibly help you out at pub quiz).