Rope Dart Accuracy First

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I have heard some say that accuracy should come later and technique should come first. I have even heard that accuracy doesn’t matter at all whether a new or seasoned practitioner. This nonsense is in and of itself inaccurate (pun intended). What does practicing rope dart accuracy initially do for the practitioner? What are the deeper purposes? For one, it is the easiest way to enjoy the rope dart. One doesn’t need to know any techniques to have fun simply trying to aim and hit various things (tree, fence, etc). I enjoy walking. I walk to the store, the pizza … Continued

Rope Dart Elbow Shoot: Single or Double Wrap?

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A question came in with regard to the elbow shot. Here is the question exactly as I received it: Have you ever considered the double wrap rear elbow shot? I have, and it all came about after some target practice. There has always been something about the rear elbow shot I didn’t like and now I know what it is. With the single wrap, the dart head wobbles or tilts after shooting, but with the second wrap, the head is straight on, and is easier to target with, well at least for me. It also seems to pack a meaner … Continued