Ah sorry, I forgot that bit while I was reading the thread and for some reason my mind was pulled to Neutron Tangents and how they fly. So sorry. =)BentElbow11 wrote:Chose not to comment on Neutron grip, I see. Didn't want to wake Shrek?jubuttib wrote:For me: "Need to throw a putter shot, but longer/on a lower line? Tangent!"BentElbow11 wrote:I don't think you'll be disappointed with the Tangent. A very unique flyer. You want to throw an approach shot on a line and have zero deviation with a nice soft flat landing? Tangent!
One of the best mids I've thrown, though I do still prefer a D-MD2 or a Z Comet for the slot that my pink Neutron Tangent would otherwise fill. Still, a great disc, and an especially great one for one disc rounds. =)
Anyway, yes, I do throw Neutron quite extensively in the form of my ION and Anode putters, and I don't consider them to be too slick. Most plastics tend to be somewhat slick to me though, what with my dry and slippery hands. There is a difference though when comparing to really sticky stuff like the softer Millennium or Gateway plastic, but I've been throwing IONs and Anodes so long that I think those are way too grippy and tend to stick too much.
So yeah, I throw Neutron a lot, and don't think it's too slick.
And now, STOP IT. Seriously, both of you. Don't care in the slightest who started it, I just wish that either or both of you would end it. If you have a beef with each other then please for the sake of the rest of us take it to private messages, but I actually LIKE reading these forums (though have been very busy with other, non-disc forums during the winter season, but I'm getting back now that discing times are here again), and this sort of shit belongs to DGCR, if even there.