Ok, I would watch the news on those new prototype ACC's that are going to be not black and will have a longer stem.(that will help with the heads flying off) Those darts will probely fix that problem you are having but if you can't wait buy some vinyl tipped nipple darts but do realize they are basically aerodynamic FVJ's:http://www.ebay.com/...C0AAOSw5ZBWLYpW
Thanks, I've been watching those V2 darts for a while now, and decided when I saw them that I'm not going to purchase anymore ACC darts until the V2s are available.
Now that I'm back from vacation, I've had the opportunity to test the darts a little bit with weights and reinforcements. While I was away I was able to make around 70 darts, but not test them. I got back this evening, and the results look promising.
I took a couple shots, and they all seemed to fire straight, with absolutely no tumbling at all. They also appeared to fire accurately, for the most part. There were one or two outliers, but when fired again those same darts flew straight and true. Take this with a grain of salt, however, because I have not had the opportunity to fire at a distance of more than 30 ft yet, but preliminary results are promising.
Because it is dark outside, and my internet is down (posting from iPhone), I cannot share pictures of my darts or fire outside, but hopefully that will change in the morning. I plan on doing an outdoor test tomorrow, as well as documenting the dart assembly process, as I felt it was much easier than making slugs.
When that is done I will update this post with the data. I hope this is of some use to you guys.