Danforth wrote:First of all, you're not throwing far enough to justify all those distance drivers. I'd dump them all exept the Pro Wriath.
You need a Meathook driver besides the Viper. Try Firebird, Monster, Predator, xXx, etc...
Your Gazelle overlaps too much with the t-bird. Chose one.
Add a beefy Roc and get rid of the Cro and you'd have a good bag.
JR wrote:I don't see any holes in the bag and if you manage to find an Opto Air disc that suits you for D go for it. The trouble with Latitude before Air technology was that the discs are too inconsistent from one individual to the other and i'd like to know what the situation is for the Air tech discs. Halo is not the longest disc even in lighter weights. Nukes and Bosses go farther just like domey high PLH VIP Kings that are made by Latitude. My Air 159 IIRC King is one flippy disc and not at all recommended. That is the only Air disc i have thrown.
Bosses in max weight in calm conditions are not flippy light ones are and R-Pro Bosses at least are made in a different mold i've been told. Weight for weight Nukes are longer than Halos in max weights and low 160s at least and i don't think neither mold is made in lighter weights.
The Cannon is long and if your disc is good enough stability wise and longer than the Halo and won't break in super quickly like my early one did i see no reason why you couldn't use it effectively as a distance driver.
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