Oh for the love of Jarts, or Lawn Darts as they're otherwise known. The most fun garden toy ever before the idea of health and safety, before parents wrapped their kids in cotton-wool. Jarts ruled the air in many a garden in the 70s and 80s. Kids in fits of hysterics as they looked skyward, dodging the lethal missile hurtling towards them. Even if you started playing the game correctly, the darts soon were sent flying vertical, as high as possible.
Banned in the USA, although there are means of acquiring them through legal means via Canada, Jarts have gone down in history. They've had an out-right ban in the United States since December 1988. To some extent due to the lobbying of David Snow, after the death of his daughter due to a lawn dart accident in 1987. In 1989 Canada banned them also, but alternative versions began to appear. Apparently it is possible to but the parts to lawn darts, and assemble your own. However the sale of kits or complete lawn darts is prohibited.