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Does anybody else play darts (hand darts with a dartboard) using a blowgun? I play all the time with friends and family and it is very fun. It is easy for anyone to pick up and play but difficult to master.

We play standing back a little further than you would for throwing darts.

We usually play cricket, which is a great game to play with blowguns.
 

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We were using my Nodor bristle board and the standard wire dart kits you get with some blowguns. They were so thin the bristles did not slow them much and they tore out the backing board. This let the bristles a place to fall out. A wound paper board worked for quite some time.
 

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We were using my Nodor bristle board and the standard wire dart kits you get with some blowguns. They were so thin the bristles did not slow them much and they tore out the backing board. This let the bristles a place to fall out. A wound paper board worked for quite some time.
Ahh. Yes I had that problem with my bristle board but stopped shooting at it because I needed pliers to take the darts out. Now I use the wound paper ones and they last forever.
 

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I have some soft-tip .40 cal darts. They are great practice on electronic dart boards. But you have to break your blowgun down into a 3', or 4' section, otherwise the dart hits so hard it bounces right back out and flies into oblivion. I got these on EBay.
 
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