keltik wrote:I do! I do!
the sad part is most of the courses around here are too short for me to throw an Avey. but yes everything you have said is 100% correct. I miss my 2005 Am Worlds X Avey. a friend of mine has it but he lives in Raleigh and I'm too lazy to ask him to mail it to me.
the only negative I might add is that some of the lighter weight X models can be squirrel-tastic.
I have yet to try the Pro-D or FLX models. anyone?
Frank Delicious wrote:Every groove is a unique snowflake of suck.
colombo117 wrote:Avengers in X and Z plastic are great. Right now I am throwing teebirds far and with accuracy, but reading this makes me want to return to throwing Avengers. They can be powered down and like you said, are versatile on different lines. If I threw an all discraft bag Avengers and Preds would be my top thrown drivers.
I have a really flat D Avenger that's really overstable with no glide. It just doesn't want to go anywhere. I don't know how it beat in because I hated throwing it so much I gave up on it. I'm guessing much of that has to do with how flat it is.keltik wrote:I have yet to try the Pro-D or FLX models. anyone?
SirRaph wrote:I had Avengers in my bag for a few months. I really like them. The only problem is that I found a lot of overlap between new/slightly worn Avengers and slightly worn/beat Preds. And as much as I like Avengers, they'll never knock Preds out of my bag.
sunspot wrote:I carry both, but if a I eliminated one mold it would be the Pred. I could carry a beefier Aveng and power down on a Force to cover Pred like shots. Two more reasons why I might eliminate take the Pred out is that the Aveng comes in different plastics and it's better at shaping lines out of the box. It would take a little bit for a Pred to get to a point to work more lines. It doesn't take as long for a X Avenger.
sunspot wrote:keltik, I'm not real crazy about tye-dye but that pink and yellow is nice.
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