These darts are another random surprise that came to me in the mail from my father. They are a Halex coated brass dart with a funky barrel design. I think they initially intended that the scallop be nearer to the point of the dart, and I suspect they are marketed as a soft tip dart, but tough t say without seeing the packaging new. As you can see, my preferred configuration is the reverse. The scallop goes in back where my fingers go, and to heck with soft tips. I am a steep tip player :)
Also, back in the day (like 15 years ago) I bought a set of what were then called "Fancy Conversion Points" and I have struggled to find a really good home for them on any set of darts. They are thick at the base, have a funky, coppery color to them and are anything but streamlined. It makes them hard to home. However, I think they present really nicely on this set of darts.
As currently configured they throw rather well and I really enjoy them whenever I break them out. They are a modern enough dart that they really should not be considered UFO's and once I find a good picture of their original packaging online I will be able to identify them more precisely. Their current configuration:
Points: Fancy conversion points
Barrels: copper-coated brass
Stems: short aluminum
Flights: dimplex coal crackers