You may ask yourself what is darts tuning? Well it is meant to determine a setup for you darts that fits your throw. This mean right flights and shafts. The angel of the dart should be within 10 – 45 degrees when the darts stands in the board. There are probably many meanings around this but most professional players have this angle.
So what do you need to know when tuning your darts? You have to use various types of flights at first. The bigger flights make a bigger angle then a slim flights, and if you use medium shaft with a slim flight the angle attend to go downwards and not up (this is not good) make sure to get the angle upwards around 10 – 45 degrees. First try out different flights shape then experience the same flights with another shaft, medium, short or extra short it’s all up to you. Also try different weights on the barrles
Darts tuning needs work but you should have figured it out within a couple of days to eliminate possible variance in your throw. With tuning you will also teach from experience what works for you and not. And when you find the right flighta, shafts and barrles to use you will know it because your game shall improve.
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