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Re: Dave's New and Improved

Postby dgdave » Wed Jul 08, 2009 2:44 pm

Added more bosses because I like them

3x Boss
3x PD
2x Leopard
Xtreme
Blaze
3x Comet
2x Aviar (Will be 2x Summit soon)
2x VP
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Re: Dave's New and Improved

Postby Timko » Wed Jul 08, 2009 2:57 pm

I may go back to the PD / Leopard combo. The Cyclone is nice (really nice, in fact), but they sometimes go too far.
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Re: Dave's New and Improved

Postby dgdave » Wed Jul 08, 2009 3:08 pm

I don't use the Leo a lot for backhand. Its mainly just for my lefty drives. I can throw Comets almost as far as my Leos.
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Re: Dave's New and Improved

Postby Timko » Wed Jul 08, 2009 3:10 pm

dgdave wrote:I don't use the Leo a lot for backhand. Its mainly just for my lefty drives. I can throw Comets almost as far as my Leos.


I can throw a Roc as far as a Leopard, but I can throw the Leopard a lot lower, which is more of the purpose. Some of the tighter, technical holes in the city are best served with an 80% shot 5' off off the ground instead of bringing limbs into play.
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Re: Dave's New and Improved

Postby marmoset » Fri Jul 10, 2009 9:17 am

Sooo...
When you are throwing backhand you don't throw the Leo, right?
What do you use for understable fairway drives? Comet or beat TB depending on the shot?
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Re: Dave's New and Improved

Postby Timko » Fri Jul 10, 2009 9:57 am

You can turn over a Pro PD if you know what you're doing.
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Re: Dave's New and Improved

Postby dgdave » Fri Jul 10, 2009 10:20 am

Usually my Comet or a Pro PD that's getting seasoned. Both of the Leos in my bag are CE and not understable in the least bit. If I need L to R, its most likely a comet or lefty shot.
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Re: Dave's New and Improved

Postby dgdave » Thu Jul 23, 2009 4:28 pm

4x Boss
4x PD
2x Leo
1x Xtreme
3x Comet
2x Summit
2x VP
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Re: Dave's New and Improved

Postby dgdave » Thu Jul 23, 2009 4:28 pm

Oh, and I'm testin a goldline striker
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Re: Dave's New and Improved

Postby dgdave » Thu Jul 30, 2009 8:03 am

I'm horribly bored, so I'm going to list my discs and how I use them

Distance-
NightSift Boss 174g- headwind D, fast teebird
1st Run Champ Boss 173g- L to R, rollers, tailwind D
Star Boss 170g- General distance with control, any line
DF Champ Boss 174g- Overstable D

Control-
S PD Xmas stamp 170g- Overstable control. Flies like 11x KC TB
P PD 175g- Seasoned. Main one. Flat to hyzer
P PD 170g- Past Seasoned, any line
CE Leo 172- Lefty control and hyzers
Proline Leo 170g- Lefty D
Z Xtreme 173g- Crazy Shit

Mids-
1st Run Glo Comet 179g- Jack of all trades. Big annies, soft hyzers, lazer beams, stalls, whatever
ESP Comet 179g- Workhorse. More stable version of Glo Comet
Z Comet 177g- Windy lines, hard hyzers

Putt & Approach-
VP 41D 172g- Straight, turns, jump putts
VP A 174g- Straight to hyzer, wind fighter workhorse
Summit B 174g- Flippy, touch, Rollers may be gone soon since I got some beat VPs
VP B 172g- Puttin

All this equals $$$$
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Re: Dave's New and Improved

Postby dgdave » Mon Aug 17, 2009 7:56 pm

I just looked back and my bag has been real close to the same for almost 6 months besides swapping the PD for the TB and the blaze in and out, and its out now because I lost all mine.
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Re: Dave's New and Improved

Postby dgdave » Thu Aug 27, 2009 7:07 pm

Here's my "I just picked up a Kong so I'm gonna stuff it" set up

4x Boss (2x Star 2x Champ)
4x PD (2x Proto S, 2x P)
1x Surge SS
1x CE Valk
2x CE Leo
1x Z Xtreme
4x Comet (2x TP, 1x ESP, 1x Z)
1x Summit
3x VP (1x Proto A, 1x Proto B, 1x Firm))
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Re: Dave's New and Improved

Postby dgdave » Sun Sep 06, 2009 8:29 am

dgdave wrote:Here's my "I just picked up a Kong so I'm gonna stuff it" set up

4x Boss (2x Star 2x Champ)
4x PD (2x Proto S, 2x P)
1x CE Valk
2x CE Leo
1x Z Xtreme
4x Comet (2x TP, 1x ESP, 1x Z)
1x Summit
3x VP (1x Proto A, 1x Proto B, 1x Proto 41D)


This is the most comfortable I've been with my bag in a long time. I can't think of a time where I've second thought a shot or wished for a different disc in the bag. I have a feeling this is gonna stick around.
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Re: Dave's New and Improved

Postby dgdave » Thu Sep 24, 2009 5:30 pm

Some little changes. Valk is out, it flies like a less predictable beat pd. Leos are out because I needed cash, but I'll be picking up some star and champs as soon as I can find some decently flat ones. I did add the firebird back. I was looking for some to trade and ended up getting 8 11X's so I tossed them and I really like them. Also messing with an echo destroyer.

4x Boss
4-5x PD
1x Destroyer
2x Firebird
1x Xtreme
4x Comet
1x Summit
3x VP

I'll cut this back when I get my Simiam in.
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Re: Dave's New and Improved

Postby dgdave » Fri Oct 09, 2009 6:37 pm

My simian came in so the bag is now

2x Boss
1x Destroyer
4x PD
2x Firebird
1x Xtreme
2x Comet
1x Roc
1x Summit
3x VP
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