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These are the shafts I've been throwing with for a number of years at the time of this writing. I've tried dozens of different shafts and these simply stand out as my favorite. The reasons for this are listed below.
- They're light yet durable. They do not bend but I have had a couple snap off at the barrel. But if you're carrying around a Shaft Ex Soft-tip Point/Non-Metal Shaft Extractor in your dart case, this won't be a problem. If you get these shafts, pick up a Shaf Ex, you won't regret it!
- I have robin-hooded these left and right and they take a beating. If you do bend the piece that holds the flight in, it will bend back. When they get torn up too much, and this takes a long time, the ends are replaceable.
- They're cheap! In most instances they're either cheaper than or the same price as aluminum shafts and aluminum shafts aren't this durable. I've found that when I occasionally checked my aluminum shafts when I threw with them, at least one of them would be warped which will cause a dart not to fly straight.
- If you're hunting for something flashy or pretty, this isn't what you want.
Recommendation: Buy them, you'll like them! They're tough and inexpensive (i.e. more money to spend on your favorite beverage). :-)
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