MotoDj wrote:your sig still shows your favorite disc as a star sl...
Fixed, and yeah, it's my favorite disc in the sense that it was the first driver I could throw consistently and accurately. Really was my go-to driver, if I didn't know what to throw I always threw it and it pretty much always worked. If I make an alternative Innova bag (which I might) it's definitely going to be there.
i'm curious in you all discmania bag, which is your favorite?
i dig it, but i've never seen one in person
Favorite... Probably the P-DD, I love that disc. Every time I throw it I'm amazed how easy it is to throw consistently long. It's not as long as my Echo Katanas, but the line is much more controlled, and that matters more.
That's not to say I don't like the others, but the P-DD always manages to surprise me, especially considering how bad the S-Line versions are (no glide whatsoever) and how little love they receive overall.
buzzz 340, i'm jealous, i max a lil over that with my drivers...
It was probably just a gust of wind that made it happen. It seemed that I was on a roll during those days overall, everything flew farther than I've managed before or since (though the conditions haven't been really favoring us lately, seems like the discs just drop dead no matter how you throw them, no carry at all). Not much of a difference but still.
And anyways, the Buzzz seems more like a slow driver with insane glide than a mid to me. Don't know if the one my friend has is a freak one, but it just hangs in the air forever, which helps it go almost as far as my drivers. And it's just so easy to throw, I don't think I've had a bad throw with it once.
Agh, the more I write about how the Buzzz feels the more I want it in my bag. =P
Been resting for a couple of days and realized just how messed up my back was because I'd been throwing hard drives for 3-4 hours almost every day for about a week. Probably the reason I haven't been able to perform lately. Going back today to see if resting made a difference.
EDIT: Yeah, resting definitely helped. I had no trouble pushing my P-DDs (along with my friend's FLX Surge) to around 360 feet again. Damn that disc is easy to throw long...