I know from making rockets that fins are the mainstay for the stability of the rocket. Well... fins are kinda hard to put on a dart as they go in a barrel. But seeing how I have a single-shot gun that has a barrel I stick the darts in the end of anyways, why not put little fins on the tip. It should have some improvement. And it does.
In that picture, I used four little fins but I ended up only making three. Ignore the square at the end of the dart. I forgot to delete it before I uploaded the picture.
All in all, this is the first dart to have a POSITIVE stability rating. It sits at an awesome 0.16 calipers. Granted it's not too awesome but it's better than the short proper stefan (-0.37 calipers) I showed in my last post.
Flies like a dream and all that power doesn't go to waste now. What's the point of having something that can go the distance if it can't hit what it's supposed to?
Edited by TAiLsChaser, 30 December 2007 - 12:23 AM.