Bullseye: Your Top Choice for Darts and Dart Accessories

Bullseye is the leader in providing high quality, high value recreational products in an easy carry jar!

Darts in a Jar

  • HIGH QUALITY: Strategically designed at 21g with a steel tip, nickel silver plated gripping points for top-notch control and poly pro flights to reduce drag and deliver a stable flight path.
  • PERFECT FOR EVERY PLAYER: Both beginners and experienced players will enjoy playing with these darts that provide a great controlled feel for players at all levels.
  • MORE DARTS: Now everyone can play! With 24 high quality darts you have enough for practice and enough to host your next get together.
  • HANDY JAR FOR CARRYING & STORAGE: Bullseye darts come in a great jar perfect to store your darts or take them with you to your next game.
  • 100% MONEY BACK GUARANTEE: Bullseye Darts are backed by a 100% money back guarantee that you are fully satisfied with your product receive your money back.

Accessories in a Jar

  • 100% MONEY BACK GUARANTEE: Bullseye Dart Accessory Kit is backed by a 100% money back guarantee that you are fully satisfied with your product or receive your money back.
  • A GREAT GIFT: Both beginners and experienced players will appreciate having all of the essential tools to enhance their game and show off their skills.
  • BE PREPARED: The perfect complement for both Soft Tip and Steel Tip Darts. This kit contains 7 essential tools every dart player needs to keep their darts in perfect shape and enhance their game. Includes: Sharpener, 30 Assorted Flights, dart wax, repair tool, score counter, leather case and tip protectors.
  • EASY TO CARRY AND STORE: This accessory kit comes in a durable jar with twist-off cap, making it easy to carry and simple to store.
  • MORE VALUE: You'd pay more than $40 if you purchased these seven handy dart accessories separately, but we're offering them as a package at a fraction of the cost.

Fun Facts about the Game of Darts

  • The game of starts was invented in England in the middle ages, but has changed a lot over the years.
  • The version of the game we know and love today was invented in 1896 by author and carpenter Brian Hamlin.
  • Back then the targets were made of wood, elm or poplar.
  • In 1898, a “folded-paper” target was patented by an American and the system of numbering on the dartboard was formulated and accepted.
  • Since 1932, most targets for darts also have a layer of steel on them to help segment the board into sections, which makes scoring easier.
  • The first official tournament for darts was held in 1927.
  • It really wasn't until after WWII that many of the rules of darts became standardized
  • The international throwing line of 7 ft. 9 1/4 inches was established in the 1970s to make it standard for international competitions.
  • But it was 2010 before women played at the annual World Darts Championship
  • Now people all around the world can enjoy the sport of darts in international competitions, in leagues, or in private parties and all be on an equal footing.



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