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Old school champ beasts

Postby twmccoy » Wed Jul 26, 2006 6:18 pm

Anyone else have any of these? I'm talking about the ones made of really clear gummy plastic that don't have Barry Schultz's name on them. I've been throwing a couple of these lately and they are insanely long and straight. I urge anyone who has one of these to hold on to it because these discs are very good. I found several in the low 160s, and they are among the longest, best flying drivers I've ever seen.
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Postby Weebl » Thu Jul 27, 2006 7:43 am

I play with a guy who's main driver was a 161 Proline(candy/ce blend) Beast and he's looking for a replacement for it since he lost it a month ago...

I also throw old mold beasts as my max distance driver. To actually outdistance my teebirds I need quite a bit of room to play the turover, but it holds an S- helix and is dependable.
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