Today we are reviewing the Elkadart Black Mamba 80% Nickel Tungsten 16 gram Soft Tip Darts. The darts are currently available in weights of 14, 16 and 18 gram.

The darts come in traditional Elkadart packaging which includes top quality skimmed aluminium shafts and 100 micron Signature dart flights. All housed in a plastic carry case. A point protector and a spare set of soft tip points are also included.



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The barrels of the 16 gram Black Mamba darts are 45.2mm long and have a diameter of 6.4mm

Nicely designed with small grooves in the middle with a ghost like grip at both the front and rear of the barrel. The Black Mamba would be a 4 on the Deadeye Grip Rating Scale. The Deadeye Grip Rating is based on a 1 to 5 scale with 5 having the most grip.

All Elkadart darts are manufactured in England.

Over time the packaging may vary.

With the addition of the Elkadart Black Mamba Soft Tip Darts we now stock 996 different sets of steel tip darts, 112 soft tip darts, 1192 dart flights, 472 dart shafts, 165 dart accessories, 47 darts cases plus 46 dart specials. We have also introduced 674 new darts products over the last 6 months.



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An exract from the book "Darts" by Noel E Williamson

"However, from the 1920's onwards our darts began to take on a more stream-lined appearance, and, incidentally, became more expensive! Brass barrels became popular, and feathered and plastic lights came into general use. Several friends of mine, all good dart players, stell swear by the canes and paper flights, but used in brass barrels."

Things have certainly changed since this book was published in 1967. The book is a good read, I was lucky enough to obtain a copy on Amazon.com.