robj wrote:does anyone know how well discs hold up when they are in a lake or pond a long time? does the water preserve them or mess them up?
Weebl wrote:What plastic was it? I've heard DX/D plastic doesnt hold up to being soaked for a while, but I imagine champion/Z would hold up quite well.
twmccoy wrote:Josh, you should see a few of the discs I pulled out of that muck today. I found 2 X clones that were extremely warped, a few that were dog discs and others that looked like they had been in there a few years. I have found that champion/X plastic retains its feel and flight pattern even after a long stay in the drink.
twmccoy wrote:Yeah, I actually did unearth a few nice discs. I found 4 champ beasts, 2 flashes, 2 pro wraiths, 4 champ valks, 2 champ teebirds, a crush and a few others. Took me forever to clean them. You were right about the mud. Every step I took in that lake was knee deep mud. Wore me out trudging around finding discs. If the mud wasn't so deep I could have easily doubled my haul.
twmccoy wrote:No, I found 3 yellow ones and 1 purple. All are in great condition.
sleepy wrote:I sleepy, do hereby commit to use the Comet as my main midrange disc for a period of no less than one (1) year; commencing 11/24/09 and ending (if I so choose) on 11/24/10.
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