The thing is when a bullet is shot out of a barrel with riffling it spins. However its like the earth revolving around the sun. It spins on one axis but it moves around another. in slow motion it bounces around in the air. This is why higher speed ammo is often less accurate then regular velocity, because the faster the round exits the barrel the more spin on the bullet and the more "bouncing." That said riffing still makes guns more accurate.
My point in all this is, Darts aren’t balanced that well and will probably won’t handle the spin well. I can't imagine this would work that well if at all, but try anyway.
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