Tossing 60s practice I hit one of these "Balancing Acts" which for me are far more rare than even a robin hood. You can aim for a previously thrown dart, afterall, but you cannot aim for a balancing act.
These are my 24 gram Mega-Thrusts from Bottelsen, with standard hammerhead points and a Dynastar back end. I am still waiting for my low profile conversion points so I can make these fixed point without them being ugly. I am infinitely patient. I guess.
Friday, July 21, 2006
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Now that is cool. thanks for the photo, I have never seen that in person myself.
Glad you liked it GD. I have lately taken to calling the the 'Juergen' since there is an occastional visitor to the site that sent me a photo of his balancing act. Look through some of the archives you should see it in there!
You mentioned low profile fixed points for them, do you have a picture of those?
I had somethng almost like it but the flight was between the two shafts, no picture. i guess it would be like the one it was this big. lol
hey zepple that one about the one that got way is rom kdog. seem reason i forgot to click other- name duh
i like to know how that turns out. i heard that the mega thrust were going to FP coming out, when i have no clue. i have a set of mega in 24 grams and wondered how the FP would be.
Skizrock: The only picture I have is the cheezy little drawing of what I wanted that I sent to Jeff Pickup. He sstarted working on them for me before the tourney season hit in Canada. I hope to have them soon.
kdog: I know what you are saying I think the mega thrusts are really good darts but I think they would be better as FP darts. The hammer head points just bother me. But don't fret it dude, when I get em I will blog em in a heartbeat.
Too bad yours got away kdog. We throw our darts at the board thousands of times its cool wheen they do something weird, gotta get a cam so they don't get away no more!
wow that's great, there's a shot out there with my name, thanks a lot for the honour.
Cheers from Germany
Ah, yes, here's the picture of my trickshot:
Hi Juergen, you earned that honor with the cleanest looking Balancing act I have ever seen. The link you posted is for the photo, here is the link for the entire blog entry:
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