All three sets are complete and in their original packaging. $200 +S&H. iOffer only allows one photo, but I have plenty more available upon request. Each box includes two pairs of darts, in red & yellow, as well as two white target circles. And that was all that was required for kids of the 60s, 70s & 80s to start chucking potentially lethal, steel-tipped flying objects toward each other. As a concession to safety the manufacturer states, "Not a toy for use by children. May cause serious or fatal injury." And, "Exercise extreme caution that this game is not used by children or in an area where children are or may be playing." Although I will say that, anecdotally, when I was a kid, I didn't know of a single set of these that *wasn't* purchased *by* adults*, specifically *for* kids to play with. Ah, the 70s. "Sliders" were the more highly engineered version, where you slide the fins to the bottom of the shaft, grasp the tail end for throwing, and once aloft the fins will automatically slide backward along the shaft to the "in-flight" position for maximum stability, and, erm... accuracy. When it lands, the fins return to "at rest" position, ready to be tossed again. Technology! All playing pieces are in fine shape. Boxes have some wear as shown but are intact & sturdy. Dimensions: individual spears -- I mean darts -- are 14" long when the "slider" fins are fully extended. NOTE: You cannot find these vintage metal-tipped darts on etsy. Nor on Amazon. You can't even find them on Ebay or Craigslist anymore. I suppose if you dug really deep you could find some sketchy Chinese website where you might be able to order em, and who knows? maybe they'd even send em too, but basically, this is the only place you're going to find em these days, as far as I'm aware. And this is a rare opportunity to acquire a whole collection, enough to go around for the next adults only outdoor party you have. Keep kids well away from these!