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Re: Blurr's Bag 2010 edition

Postby BLURR » Fri Apr 02, 2010 7:42 am

Timko wrote:SE Teebirds break into be money flip discs.


Yes they do. My SE works great for those nice easy hyzer flip overs. I can throw this thing out to the left with some hyzer and it will turn over and come back right every time. This disc works great for stand still shots as well.
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Re: Blurr's Bag 2010 edition

Postby BLURR » Mon Apr 19, 2010 8:51 am

I have started to reduce the disc's I carry over the past few weeks. Finding some Lat64 stuff is starting to make it in.

Drivers
172g Star Firebird
171g Star Destroyer
171g Star Destroyer
171g Star Destroyer
172g Gold Line Striker
171g Gold Line Striker
171g Gold Line Vision
171g Opto Vision

Midranges
175g E-Blaze
177g Gold Line Core
177g Gold Line Core
175g ESP Meteor

Putters
175g Soft Wizard
173g Grip Line Pure
172g Soft Voodoo (Will be replaced by a Zero Line Pure after the tourney this week)
172g Soft Voodoo (Will be replaced by a Zero Line Pure after the tourney this week)
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Re: Blurr's Bag 2010 edition

Postby arowan21 » Mon Apr 19, 2010 10:58 pm

The only problem I see, what are you going to throw at graceland when the wind is flipping your firebird like its a roadrunner?
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Re: Blurr's Bag 2010 edition

Postby Shank » Mon Apr 19, 2010 11:48 pm

how are you liking the strikers for your TB spots?
Magic + Wizard + Fuse + Roc + River + Teebird + ????????
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Re: Blurr's Bag 2010 edition

Postby BLURR » Tue Apr 20, 2010 7:03 am

arowan21 wrote:The only problem I see, what are you going to throw at graceland when the wind is flipping your firebird like its a roadrunner?

I have an innate ability to throw my destroyers into 15-20 mph headwinds and not have them flip over :wink: That said, I am really toying with adding an ECO Star XCal for this weekend just in case we have tornado level winds like last year.

Shank wrote:how are you liking the strikers for your TB spots?

So far so good. They really do fill in nicely for my tb's. I have a domey GL Striker that flies similar to a brand new 11x TB. And I have a flat GL Striker that flies similar to a worn in 10x. And then the Opto Vision is understable like a 9x TB. So I have the full spectrum covered now.
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Re: Blurr's Bag 2010 edition

Postby Shank » Tue Apr 20, 2010 2:41 pm

hmmm i might have to check them out when i have some cash flow, although i am loving dx tbs right now.
Magic + Wizard + Fuse + Roc + River + Teebird + ????????
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Re: Blurr's Bag 2010 edition

Postby arowan21 » Tue Apr 20, 2010 2:52 pm

BLURR wrote:
arowan21 wrote:The only problem I see, what are you going to throw at graceland when the wind is flipping your firebird like its a roadrunner?

I have an innate ability to throw my destroyers into 15-20 mph headwinds and not have them flip over :wink: That said, I am really toying with adding an ECO Star XCal for this weekend just in case we have tornado level winds like last year.

so i see your planing on a light breeze
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Re: Blurr's Bag 2010 edition

Postby BLURR » Fri Jul 23, 2010 12:07 pm

Going simple for a while.

Drivers:
172g Star Firebird
171g Z-Force
171g QOLF
171g SOLF
171g SOLF
171g SOLS
172g QJLS

Midranges:
180g Sirius Sentinel
178g Q-MS
177g Q-MS


Putters:
174g Soft Magic
172g Pro D Challenger
172g Pro D Challenger
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Re: Blurr's Bag 2010 edition

Postby BLURR » Tue Aug 17, 2010 9:26 am

A few slight changes. Also...the CE QMS might be one of the best disc's ever made.
BLURR wrote:Going simple for a while.

Drivers:
172g Star Firebird
171g Z-Force
171g ESP Force
171g QOLF
171g SOLF
171g SOLF
171g SOLS
173g QJLS
174g QJLS

Midranges:
180g Sirius Sentinel
178g Q-MS
177g Q-MS
177g Q-MS


Putters: All new setup
172g Organic Wizard
172g Organic Wizard
172g Glow Magic
174g Sticky Firm Wizard (If you've owned one of these...you know how money they are)
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Re: Blurr's Bag 2010 edition

Postby Timko » Tue Aug 17, 2010 10:31 am

Next time your down in KC, try to steal some from Jack Lowe. He throws the piss out of the CE QMS.
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Re: Blurr's Bag 2010 edition

Postby BLURR » Wed Sep 15, 2010 12:51 pm

Fewer and fewer....down to 16. At this rate, I am going to have to get a smaller bag.

Distance Drivers:
Star Destroyer
Star Destroyer
SOLS
MOLS

Fairway Drivers:
Star Firebird
QOLF
QJLS
QJLS

Midranges:
Pro D Drone (Late overstable)
Glo Z-Buzzz (slightly overstable)
Z-Buzzz (straight)
GL Fuse (understable)

Putters:
Challenger (Putting)
Challenger (Putting)
Challenger (Short Drives)
Magic (Short Drives and approaches)
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Re: Blurr's Bag 2010 edition

Postby BLURR » Mon Oct 04, 2010 10:47 am

DGR is fueling my bag right now...

Distance Drivers
Star Destroyer (DGR)
Star Destroyer (DGR)
Pro Destroyer (DGR)
Pro Starfire

Fairway Drivers
Star Firebird
Star Teebird
QJLS (DGR)
QJLS (DGR)

Midranges
DX Roc
DX Shark (DGR)
DX Shark (DGR)
DX Stingray

Putters
12x Aviar (DGR)
DX Aviar (DGR)
DX Aviar (DGR)
DX Glow Aviar
DX Glow Aviar

Utility
SE Teebird
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Re: Blurr's Bag 2010 edition

Postby Timko » Tue Oct 05, 2010 8:33 am

Mmmm, Pro SLs.

Boom!
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Re: Blurr's Bag 2010 edition

Postby BLURR » Tue Oct 05, 2010 9:35 am

Timko wrote:Mmmm, Pro SLs.

Boom!


It is the one of the first one's that I bought when they came out. It is quite flippy and fun to throw with a tailwind. And yes...it goes boom. The new one's suck.
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Re: Blurr's Bag 2010 edition

Postby Timko » Wed Oct 06, 2010 9:26 am

I remember my parents sending one of those over to me when I was in Australia. I threw it over a Rugby field at a school into some woods :D.
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