How to make vintage darts from walnut, nails and recycled milk bottles!
These have a cool retro look to them and will make excellent additions to any message board!

<p>I liked this post so much I made some darts following your build! My shafts were hickory and I three fletched them with turkey feathers. I want to make a wooden bullseye target to go with them. The mahogany cut out of the State of Mississippi is going with another project. I used concrete nails that I turned down to make them shiny. Thanks for the build! They make great yard darts!</p>
<p>Those are excellent!! I really like your fletching job! </p>
<p>Very nice darts. Maybe you could add a lightweight ferrule in rear end, to press the fins.</p>
Really cool!! I have some vintage darts that were my great grandfather's but they are plastic with metal tips
<p>So pretty! Thanks for sharing!</p>
Very cool, thanks for sharing.
<p>Thank you!</p>
Those turned out great!

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