midrange discs over-rated ??

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Re: midrange discs over-rated ??

Postby money 21 » Sun Aug 19, 2012 10:40 pm

dude did u just quote yourself? Can we move this thread to dgcr?
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Re: midrange discs over-rated ??

Postby victorb » Mon Aug 20, 2012 6:46 am

Yes I did, because this thread needs to be locked and put in a 'hall of shame' of sorts.

Or moved to dgcr would be acceptable.
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Re: midrange discs over-rated ??

Postby Hoey » Thu Jan 15, 2015 8:40 pm

JHern wrote:
Star Shark wrote:Hehe. Steve Rico runs/plays my home course. He can throw a Magnet 400 if he has to, although that's generally not the disc for the shot.


^ Truth.

I have a pro buddy who barely overthrew a basket at 410' with a Pro Challenger.


There's certainly a difference between being able to do when you're just having fun, and actually doing it in a tourney. If it was during a tourney, then my hat is off.

Anyways, aren't we always saying less is more?
If I could get away throwing just two discs, I'd seriously consider it.
Although now-a-days it may be more of a River and Shield ;)
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Re: midrange discs over-rated ??

Postby keltik » Fri Jan 16, 2015 8:41 pm

Damn Hoenstein you necrobumped the most famous thread on DGR. I tip my hat to you sir.
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Re: midrange discs over-rated ??

Postby GreenMeanie » Thu Mar 19, 2015 3:24 pm

My BUZZZ handles a head wind better than my wizard can.
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Re: midrange discs over-rated ??

Postby dgdave » Tue Mar 31, 2015 5:42 pm

I will post here. I used to carry 6 or so miss. Now that I'm older, not in as good shape, and play a lot less golf, I only carry 2-3 miss and a lot more fairways. I bag a gauge and a suspect and sometimes a mcpro roc3. I just can't throw them far like I could in the past, but I can still throw my putters almost as far and I'm pretty damn good with a putter in my hand. Most of the shots I used to use miss for, I pull out an escape or td.
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Re: midrange discs over-rated ??

Postby PMantle » Wed Apr 01, 2015 8:11 am

Can't remember if I posted here. My mids sit there waiting for a job, but I generally use my putters if I can. My Verdict gets the least amount of use. Truth sits a lot too. Now that I have a VIP Harp, my poor Suspect gets little love. Theory seems to get the most use because I haven't found a putter that can do those L to R lines well or far enough.
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