Login | Join | Write a Review
Add Your Business | Login to the Business Center
What? (e.g. Data Recovery or Pizza)
Where? (e.g. Kerkhoven, MN or 56252)

Auburn, New Hampshire - Darts & Dart Boards search results Premier Listings

Chris Auto Body
We Specialize In Collision And General Auto Repair Call Us Today
Terms to Know Before Joining a Dart League

Most people have played darts in a garage, with a cheap, but heavily used, cork or magnetic board hanging in a back corner. Or maybe they've tossed a few games on a coin operated magnetic dart board at the neighborhood bar. But these casual games provide little preparation for the the very serious world of regulation league play. Anyone who is interested in joining a league or just improving their skills should be familiar with these commonly used terms.

  • Electronic Board - Looks a lot like the traditional pub game but with a couple twists. Players throw soft tipped projectiles while the score is automatically calculated after each toss. These boards have small plastic holes to catch projectiles instead of the traditional cork backing.
  • Point - It's the sharp, business end of a dart. In regulation tournament play, a metal or composite point is utilized. Players throwing at an electronic game use soft tipped projectiles.
  • Barrel - Connected directly to the point, this is the piece where the player places his fingers.
  • Shaft - This piece fastens directly to the the flight but doesn't impact trajectory.
  • Flight - Sometimes referred to as "feathers" these are the wings at the end of the missle. Different shaped flights can radically impact distance and speed.
  • Game of 01 - The standard version of darts played in most leagues. Players begin with with a score that ends in "01" and reduce their score with each shot. The first player, or team, that gets to zero is the winner.
    Sort By Limit By City Distance
    Al's Dart Outlet
    5 Rockingham Rd, Windham, NH 03087
    (603) 893-4741
    Neil's Electronics
    255 Lafayette Rd, Seabrook, NH 03874
    (603) 474-5568
    Red Lion Shop
    94 Washington St, Salem, MA 01970
    (978) 745-2050
    Bridge Street Sports
    280 Bridge St, Salem, MA 01970
    (978) 744-2248
    Bridge Street Sports
    33 Bridge St, Salem, MA 01970
    (978) 744-2248
    Dart World
    140 Linwood St Ste 1, Lynn, MA 01905
    (781) 581-6035
    Dave's Bike Infirmary
    440 Granite Ave, Milton, MA 02186
    (617) 696-6123
    Lanes Olindy's Bowling
    170 Quincy Ave, Quincy, MA 02169
    (617) 472-3597
    Capitol Billiards LTD
    2024 Smith St, North Providence, RI 02911
    (401) 232-1330
    Lucchesi Billiards Inc
    1639 Riverdale St, West Springfield, MA 01089
    (413) 533-1366
    Country Pools Spas & Billiards
    260 Meadow St, Littleton, NH 03561
    (603) 444-5454
    Cape Cod Billiard & Dart Supply
    191 Popes Is, New Bedford, MA 02740
    (508) 991-2298

    Darts can be a fun pastime for adults. Many pubs and bars feature dart tournaments, or at least offer free play while hanging out with friends. Many people also have dart boards in their homes for fun when friends come over. The goal is to throw darts at a circular board to obtain a certain amount of points. The center circle is the bulls-eye and is the most coveted spot. The closer you get to the center, the more points you earn. The darts themselves have a sharp steel tip, which is why safety precautions should be taken when playing this game. Toy makers also make safer versions of darts and boards for kids, comprised of soft tips made of foam or Velcro, for instance. Want to expand your reach? Hop online and play virtual competitions amongst strangers or friends. There are also electronic versions of darts which can automatically sense the tip and provide an electronic score readout, taking all the guesswork out of the game. Retailers and wholesalers that sell dart boards and related equipment usually sell a wide range of varieties from bristle types to magnetic types. This product line can also include different color backboards, target scoreboards, convertible tip darts, and cabinets. They may also sell flights, point sharpeners, shafts, cases, and other accessories. Some providers specialize in one type of product, such as handcrafted wood darts and target equipment. You can double check all the rules for the game of darts online or you can buy a book guide from an online bookstore. The library is also a good destination to pick up books on rules. Many pubs and bars have house rules posted as well. Watch how the professionals play on television or attend a regional tournament.
    Related Categories
    Nearby Cities
    Add your Business
    Stop playing hide and seek. Get found and gain traffic with MagicYellow.com