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Wally's New Bag- now featuring tons of overlap

Postby wdb4th » Thu Nov 13, 2008 2:14 pm

Driver- Overstable to understable

Double D- Thumbers
Raging Inferno- Hyzer lines and spike hyzers
3-T-Bone- 1 old mold premium, 1 old mold jamplast and 1 new mold premium (this one is more overstable)
Defender- Sky forehands
2-Scream- Accurate understable
3- Helios All EGR One flat for way understable, 2 domey max distance, the red one is a little more overstable

Mids
3- ELXs 1-domey 2- flat orange ones

Putters
4- Magics 1 beat to crap, 1 well on its way, 1 medium and one soft. The beat up and close to it are from BG Ams
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Re: Wally's New Bag- now featuring tons of overlap

Postby wdb4th » Tue Nov 18, 2008 5:32 pm

anything, nothing?
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Re: Wally's New Bag- now featuring tons of overlap

Postby rusch_bag » Tue Nov 18, 2008 5:51 pm

I don't really know how a lot of those discs fly but you don't have a lot of molds listed so it looks good to me. What is the dealio with the new mold tbones? How much more stable are they and when did that happen? Is there an obvious seeable difference in the new and old?
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Re: Wally's New Bag- now featuring tons of overlap

Postby adidadg » Wed Nov 19, 2008 8:48 am

Wow, i havent thrown a single one of those discs. Anyways i was wondering what you meant by "Sky Forehands" and why you use a specific disc for it?
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Re: Wally's New Bag- now featuring tons of overlap

Postby wdb4th » Thu Dec 04, 2008 7:27 am

The new mold T-bones are run in the PRE plastic and are super flat and overstable....mmmmm.

There is probably a better name for the sky forehand but, it is when you anny forehand (an understable disc) really high, to get around large obstacle like chunks of woods, buildings, and as the disc slows down, it levels out and hits the ground pretty flat.
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