Remember when no good BBQ would be complete without a drunken uncle pulling a Jart out of his leg and claiming it's just a flesh wound > There Back. Take your family back to the early 80's. Better than back to the future. Link Party Like it's 1980 again !
Not much of a point. They might hurt, but there won't be any penetrations.
posted: Mar. 27, 2009 @ 8:34p
Ahhh Darwinism will win again... Thanks OP
posted: Mar. 27, 2009 @ 8:39p
These were so fun when I was a kid, but $49 for this?? Please.
posted: Mar. 27, 2009 @ 9:08p
the original jarts had a sharper tip than even the safety tip showin in the picture they had winds on them and were razor sharp ..they may have been a knockoff brand ..i used em in the late 60's to early 70's
posted: Mar. 27, 2009 @ 10:38p
*shiver* I don't even want to think about my drunken uncle's favorite game...fishing for change in his pants pocket!
posted: Mar. 27, 2009 @ 10:41p
3 years here and you don't know to put the price in title.....and not in the description? Looks like someone took a jart to the head.
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posted: Mar. 28, 2009 @ 12:12a
robby69 said: Not much of a point. They might hurt, but there won't be any penetrations.
That's what they make bench grinders for!
They are rather pricey, though. I guess that goes to pay for their liability insurance.
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posted: Mar. 28, 2009 @ 12:37a
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posted: Mar. 28, 2009 @ 12:39a
jcbecker28 said: These were so fun when I was a kid, but $49 for this?? Please.
And that's for the cheapest color combination. Plus the tips have to be purchased separately for $12.99!
posted: Mar. 28, 2009 @ 4:50a
Green for you OP for reminding me of these. I did have a set in early 80's; did bring them out combined with an adult party; and did have somebody's uncle throw one up as high as he could manage (just to show off). It came down right in the middle of MY relatively new 1980 Mercury Cougar XR7 windshield. chuckling ... of course, the windshield had to be replaced.
posted: Mar. 28, 2009 @ 7:14a
diademed said: superlazy said: I almost gave you a red since these are not the orig. sliding jarts. Green for for effort
Sliding Jarts? Jarts are essentially Lawn Darts...
JARTS are lawn darts. REGENT the company that made JARTS made a style that the fins could slide to the end of the shaft , the other style like the ones i have have a spacer from the end to the fins so the fins will spin but not slide.
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