Each barrel design increases in length by 1mm. This shifts the centre of balance and reacts to the differing velocity and angle of a player’s throw, i.e. Model AX1 is 39mm in length and, at the other end of the scale, Model AX5 is 43mm, giving the player a logical choice to select a dart that suits their individual grip and throwing style.
Tungsten, in its purest form, has the chemical name Wolfram. These darts are made from 97% Wolfram using a high pressure, super fine injection moulding process. This produces a uniform atomic structure for superior strength and perfectly balanced weight distribution.
To produce these super cool darts, the purest 90% tungsten powder is fused with nickel, iron and zinc, using an Isostatic Cold Extrusion process (I.C.E), to create a dart of unrivalled concentricity and uniform high density. Each laser marked barrel features reverse cut grooves, for extra thrust and ultimate control.
Made from 90% tungsten, Harrows Supergrip darts are designed for advanced players that require a more severe grip for consistent release. They come complete with Dimplex flights and Supergrip shafts.
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