Working Stiff wrote:This has got the be the oldest disc I still have. It's a San Marino beadless Aviar XD.
BrainStorm69 wrote:@mikesolt - dude, you have so much CE goodness I was almost tired of looking at it by the time I finished. (j/k) That was great. Thanks!
@roy - some sweet stuff there! Thanks for posting more pics!
@dgdave - hey, I never really noticed it, but the first Aviar "Chains" Putter I posted has a slightly different stamp than the other Aviar "Chains" stamps I've seen. It says "Aviar Putter" rather than just "Avair" and doesn't say "Putt and Approach." Can you shed any light on the different stamps?
dgdave wrote:The "Putter" was the original stamp and I think only ran for about a year or so, then they changed it to the P&A after that. The "Putter" Is much more rare. I've only seen a handfull of those.
I may be wrong on this one, but that's what I've heard
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