rusch_bag wrote:I just got mine and don't really have time to test them out before when I want to throw them so I am counting on you guys. Right now I have a new SEX, new star teebird, beat star teebird, and a thrashed dx eagle-x in my bag. What am I going to be able to drop with these?
coldy13 wrote:I don't think the striker is any more nose angle sensitive than a teebird. It's just slightly more sensitive than my champ leopards. The hss was inbetween my 162 and 175 SOLF, with the same or slightly less fade as the 162.
floppydisc wrote:I had to buy a striker to try it out after reading about the love for it here...
So i got a 174g (the heaviest i could find). I was surprised to see it not turning at all, and fighting a headwind very well. I expected a disc that would turn, go far, and come back at the end. But for me it is just a very stable and straight disc with a small beautiful and predictable fade. More hss than a champ teebird, more like a star teebird, into a headwind. Threw it almost 330 feet into a headwind, both the champ teebird and champ orc turned over, but this one went almost straight. I think it is more nose sensitive than a teebird, a sharper profile and wider rim. Curious to throw it on more lines, and in lighter weights... And it will be interesting to see how it breaks in! Finally I like it, and the opto plastic is just lovely...
Frank Delicious wrote:and now we know the secret to your power. You are more machine than bear!
emiller3 wrote:Still haven't bought one but, how long is the Striker compared to everyone's distance drivers?
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