dgdave wrote:I just got these 2 from pipe dream for 18. Just get some.
chainsmoker wrote:I'm still loving the first Samurai I got, It goes a little farther than my broken in champ Destroyer and has a tight flight with a little turn and a little fade. I picked up a couple Slayers online recently and they pretty much suck, they are super flat with flight plates that are almost sunken in. Both of these Slayers are really understable at speed, I can get off some pretty big throws with the Slayer but I also get a lot of drives that turn and burn. I think a Slayer with a dome would be a really good stable distance driver but I don't think I feel like looking around for them. I know, I know, imagine Gateway high speed drivers that are all over the place based on poor molding.
BLURR wrote:I still have my proto E-Samurai in the bag and it is great for long turn overs and rollers. I just recently got a couple of poppy top E-Samurai's that are a little more stable than my proto was, but it is a nice compliment to my proto. I also have a poppy top Slayer as my overstable compliment to the poppy top Samurai. Also, if anybody out there are fans of the Slayer, find yourself some of the recent run semi-translucent E-slayers. They are the shiznit.
Also, while I am talking about gateway molds, the new Pearly Karmas and E-Mystics are the bomb as well. The flight of the E-Mystic is fairly similar to a Z-Buzzz SS in my opinion. Very straight with minimal fade.
dehaas wrote:are these mystics you speak of flat or domey? i picked up one of the flat white e karmas that has a bit of pearl along the rim and it's nice and straight with a bit of fade at the end. i think it flies a lot like a beefy buzzz. isn't the karma supposed to be a rebadged element-x?
JR wrote:Gateway buys plastic cheap so it is often overstock small batches from other manufacturers so what you have now might not be reproduced ever...
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