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Why Are Darts Made Of Tungsten?

Why Are Darts Made Of Tungsten?

Tungsten is used to make darts because it is a dense metal. The more tungsten a dart barrel has, the smaller it can be made without sacrificing weight. The higher the tungsten content, the higher the quality of the dart. The most commonly used alloys are anywhere between 80% and 90% tungsten.

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Why Are Dart Players Fat?

Why Are Dart Players Fat?

Not all dart players are overweight. They come in all shapes and sizes, just like the rest of us do. To me, a professional darts player has nothing to envy in the elite athletes of the world. For example, the skill and finesse required to hit a 180 are not inferior to that required when serving an ace.

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What Is A Dartboard Made Of?

What Is A Dartboard Made Of?

Most modern dartboards are made of sisal fibers. There are other materials such as cork, paper, wood, and plastic being used, each serving a different purpose.

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Should Darts Be An Olympic Sport?

Should Darts Be An Olympic Sport?

Yes, darts should be an Olympic sport. For years now fans and members of the media have debated amongst themselves about the possibility of instating the game of darts as an Olympic sport. It is unfortunate that so many people are unwilling to keep an open mind with respect to the game of darts and its organized form. so Let us take a closer look.

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Welcome to Dart Help

Shaun, the owner of darthelp.com

Hi, I’m Shaun. I’m the guy behind Dart Help. I have been playing darts for a few years now and have picked up a wealth of knowledge along the way. There are now 3 darters in my home and we can’t get enough. I created this site for fun and hope that it becomes a go-to resource to help people learn more about the wonderful game of darts.

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