Dartboards should be lighted as evenly as possible, to reduce shadows to a minimum. Darts sticking in a dartboard may cast a dark shadow, if lighting is provided by just one source. Continue reading Dartboard Lighting
Every so often, a darts customer will ask if we stock “REAL” dartboards, the ones made of Pig Bristle. ( Or Camel-Hair Dartboards. Or Horse-Hair Dartboards.) Continue reading Dartboards made of Horse Hair, Pig Bristle, & Camel Hair
The setup measurements for electronic soft-tip dartboards are slightly different from the distances used for bristle dartboards.
The height of the dartboard at the center of the Bull, or Bullseye, should be 5 feet, 8 inches. The throwing distance is 8 feet, as measured along the floor, from the plane of the face of the dart board. Continue reading Soft-Tip Measurements
Back in the 1970’s and 1980’s, Yard Darts were a big fad. These were foot-long darts made of steel, with large plastic vanes on the back. They were marketed under several names, including Yard Darts, Lawn Darts, Jarts, and Yarts. Continue reading What happened to Yard Darts & Lawn Darts?