With all the cuts on the barrel being essential for the throw.
A standard centre balanced straight barrel.
China’s TRiNiDAD player, Zaza Zheng’s signature model.
The placement and the cut on the barrel are all designed and placed specifically in order to assist in the throw.
Starting with the gripping area. To prevent the dart from slipping out and not be too grippy, many edges were created by applying vertical cuts to the thin and shallow ring cuts. Behind it, alternating distinct double and single ring cuts were applied to assist in the grip.
At the front, stair cuts and delta cuts were placed alternatively. Zaza utilizes these cuts on the barrel to throw the darts effortlessly.
A standard centre balanced straight barrel. As there are plenty of usable grip at the front of the barrel, it is also highly recommended for those that prefer to grip the front of the barrel.
The concept is extremely short, thick, and edge! As
you can see, the rear shark cut that is firmly applied is tapered, and the “propulsive force” that pushes out with a light force supplements the grip power and stabilizes.
There is a constriction in the part that changes from the taper part to the straight part, and it is possible to throw with the same grip every time depending on the condition of the finger.
The barrel end is set thicker than the shaft so that even a person who grips the boundary with the rear shaft can firmly hold it.
★ Recommended for people like this ★ Dry hands and slippery grip ・ It is difficult to determine the grip ・ Darts do not fly
biggest feature is that it is a super-heavy barrel of 22.5g.
And it is “shape” and “cut” to operate this 22.5g.
First of all, the grip part. A taper is applied slightly behind the center of gravity
of the center, and because the taper can push out a center of gravity of 22.5g, it is easy to transmit the force and makes a great flight.
And the three-dimensional block-shaped cut with 20 vertical cuts in the ring cut
serves as a non-slip material that can be easily released and plays an exquisite auxiliary role when pushing out with a taper.
Check if the grip in the center depression is not misaligned with the pad of your index finger.
A shape that allows a third finger to fit into the thin recess at the tip for a stable grip.
It’s a heavy tank, as if you’re pushing it in with its weight.
It is finished in a barrel that will fly with a light throw.
It flies straight with respect to the swing of the arm.
A short torpedo barrel that draws an ideal parabola.
A model designed by Shiori Sato.
Double ring cuts and sharply pointed delta cuts are alternately arranged on the grip.
This double ring cut and delta cut make one set, and a step is gradually added toward the center.
Power is efficiently transmitted to the front, so you can smoothly separate from your hand when releasing.
In addition, by setting the center of gravity slightly behind the center, you can easily fly on the parabola you imagined.
There are two shark cuts in the front, and the part without the cut on the top is a dent, and the assisting finger fits tightly and stabilizes the grip.
Because it is a no-takeback player, Shiori Sato, he has reached the barrel where he can fly easily and can put it on the parabola that he imagined.
Material: 90% Tungsten
Total length: 40.0mm
Maximum diameter: 7.2mm Center of
gravity: Semi rear
Emphasis was placed on enhancing the release of the dart in this new Type 2.
A standard torpedo barrel with a fitting cut.
Korea’s top player Seo Byung Su’s 2nd signature model.
Improvements were made in the releasing of the dart while maintaining a fitting cut.
The cuts at the main gripping area consists of thin ring cuts at the back, followed by 2 wide ring cuts, and alternating diagonal cuts. The key features are the 2 wide wing cuts that provide smooth transfer of energy onto the barrel and the alternating diagonal cut that allows for the energy to be dispersed symmetrically and straight towards the target.
To allow the darts to travel straight, a simple yet an important concept was emphasized in developing this barrel.
Miyawaki Miyu Invented model Roman.
Standard torpedo that can transmit force to the darts at a point and push out with a light force.
Roman can fly comfortably by simply shaking his arm without using unnecessary power.
The secret is in cutting the grip.
A ring cut with a low height is placed in the center of the delta cut to make a large round cut,
and each round cut
plays a role of transmitting power to the darts by “dots” .
By transmitting power to the darts at points, pushability is dramatically improved,
and a sharp jump is realized by simply throwing lightly without putting unnecessary power .
For the front cut, a tapering ring cut has a mesh-like cut to give it a gritty feel and follow the assisting finger moderately.
The maximum diameter is 7.5 mm and the thickness is durable. It
is designed so that it can be lifted lightly to give a heavier weight of 19g and to give a stretch.
Precisely calculated cut arrangement to efficiently transmit power to darts.
The barrel is packed with TRiNiDAD’s commitment.
Material: 90% Tungsten
Total length: 42.5mm
Maximum diameter: 7.5mm
Center of gravity: Semi rear
An old-style semi-long straight consisting only of shark cuts.
The second American TRiNiDAD player James Hopkins model.
A simple semi-long straight consisting of only 3 types of shark cuts with different widths.
The rear grip part has a micro shark cut that is easy to remove and a shark cut with a standard width, and it has a good cut arrangement while firmly transmitting power to the darts.
In addition, by adding a step to the joint with the shaft, you can feel the grip position with the feeling of a finger.
With the widest shark cut in the front, it is a cut that firmly fixes the darts and stabilizes the grip even if the assisting finger touches lightly.
On the contrary, this simple barrel makes it feel like new and it is an old style straight barrel.
Material: 90% Tungsten
Total length: 47.0mm
Maximum diameter: 6.5mm
Center of gravity: Center
The return of the Marco.
A standard 20g torpedo barrel that can be thrown with minimal effort.
Nami Kihara’s renewed Marco was based on the TRiNiDAD X model Elliott. Approximately 70% of the barrel is comprised of orthodox ring cuts.
Of the ring cuts, tapers were added between the grooves to increase the gripping ability of the barrel. In addition to the main ring cuts, the ring cuts near back are comprised of micro cuts that further assist in the clean release of the barrel as it is thrown.
To allow throwing the barrel with minimal effort, the secret behind this lies behind the design outline of the barrel itself. At first glance, the barrel appears that there are only one taper near the gripping point. In fact, there are 3 levels of tapers that are included in the design to maximize the transfer of energy while exerting minimal power as the barrel is thrown.
The maximum diameter of the barrel is 7.7mm. The width allows for an easy grip and the balance of the balance the barrel is considered semi-front. Near the front of the barrel, thick diagonal ring cuts has been applied to further assist smooth releasing of the barrel.
Although it is rare to have a 20g barrel as a pro model for a female player, this barrel that can be thrown with minimal effort without feeling fatigued was one of the key factors that allowed Nami Kihara to be successful at full day tournaments.