JR wrote:Considering you had a pause in your active throwing it is possible that you haven't gotten Beasts that were manufactured in the last two years. They've become more HSS without adding to the LSS vs the new mold Beasts. DX Beasts beats to useless soon. The other plastics are fine. The Surge should be longer than the Flash but Mark Ellis says that some Flashes are longer than others IIRC and that is his main driver. Star Destroyers do break in but i've never heard of a quick breaking in. Nukes and Dominators both are as hard to grip than the Boss. If you want a sure fire longer than Flash disc without being the widest winged there is only one option beyond the Wraith which is a slightly faster and longer harder fading Surge. Westside Discs King in VIP plastic with a non drooping outside edge and a tall dome is the answer and even it has a fairly wide wing. Kings vary so much that you need to get it in person or order from a knowledgeable net store.
Cool, thanks for the suggestions. I definitely haven't thrown a Beast that was made after 2008 or so. I have an unthrown one sitting here but I'm fairly sure it's at least that old as well. Sounds like my best bet is to try a 167-ish flat Surge and a Beast, and check the merch bins at my next tourney for a VIP King that looks good. Westside didn't exist the last time I was really playing so it's all new to me. Thanks! A lot of work for a disc that I'll probably only throw twice per round, lol.