My best anhyser discs right now are my S Wizard, beat dx roc, beat 2nd run CE TL (purchased used, cheap and perfectly beat in for this purpose) and when thrown right my SB Orc. The pure anhyser throw, as mentioned, is something that takes good technique. I agree that something more stable than a super understable turnover/roller disc works best. The combination of angle and speed are easy for me to get wrong lately but when the shot works right, its beautiful to behold, ain't it?
I agree that this is a different shot than a turnover released from hyser. For that I have Wizards again (best multipurpose P&A disc on the market?), Coyotes and a beat DX Teebird. Also playing around with a broken in Champ Leopard for this shot because by DX TB seems to be getting squirrelly.
The other thing that's good for Anhyser shots is a good forehard shot! I'm finally learning forehand after 2 years of play and I can tell already just from emergency use how much it will help my game.
Ken H...formerly the user 'gwailo'.
Wizards, 1080 Radius & Warlock twins, Wasp ,Hornet, Buzzz, Demon, Firebird, Leopards, CE TL, Orcs, and Predator.
Bag in flux - rebuilding my game after long layoff including learning forehands hence the schizo nature of what I carry.