JR wrote:N Axis in dry 54F no problem just like last year. It is colder and moist conditions that are the challenge. Indoors the thumb slide test put it in the middle of z and esp of Nukes.
It's kind of hard to test that kind of grip properly when you use it on different rim sizes. Yes plastic will be different but the results will be skewed due to the difference in rim sizes.
It was not a toss test just plastic one sliding the thumb. The n on that Axis after UV isopropyl alcohol after citrus wash possibly reacting to the isopropyl alcohol then acetone which i had forgotten i used too is ok for four months of the year now even in mild rain. I have iwned over four hundred discs and fondled plenty more. I know how the material and shape influences the grip. I do not need to grip or throw a familiar shaped disc to know how the material tackiness changes work grip wise. Which is why i compared the treated n to the top two discs on top of the nearest discs. I do not throw champs or zs in the worst conditions here.
Ignorants get not so when willing to learn. Trolls and haters keep on trolling and hating because of a warped personality. So they stay consistent and predictable. On a moderated site this stuff would not fly so i do what dgr has always done laugh at the face of them. Please do not take that kind of self policing action as cruel or crass uncle because it is not about you uncle and sorry that the smegma got spread to your threads. It is about the need for civility in the world and taking a stand against those that would substitute it for dictatorship with them being the boss. Dream on trolls. I think that bent started this thread as a bait and i have no trouble anti trolling here as long as it is educational and useful for others on other than disc golf merits. Again me being very meta here.
Uncle do you find it funny too how bent is always libeling by lies that if he knows something nobody else can? Two examples are that i do not know the thumb slide test because i have done that only for a decade to over a thousand discs and that i do not know that Vibram makes discs out of rubber owning many of them having discussed many of them here including with Steven Dodge of Vibram USA asking questions of him on Disc Golf Talk Radio too via this site about how to revive dried up rubber on a year old Sole that started out stickier than most plastics ending up slick in a year.
Flat shots need running on the center line of the tee and planting each step on the center line. Anhyzer needs running from rear right to front left with the plant step hitting the ground to the left of the line you're running on. Hyzer is the mirror of that.