Anode|ION|JOKERi|MD2|FD|TD|PD|LEGENDaParks wrote:If the posts on this forum are any indication, the PD is like a Teebird with sunshine coming out of its butthole so hard that it flies faster.
JR wrote:My and mafas experience with medium Wizards is different. No durability concerns but we don't really use them in harsh places just grassland. In what kind of conditions do you trow them? Rocks, glass...
Thatdirtykid wrote:if the mediums don't hold up for you, I can always use thrashed ones. when you deem them dead, i will pay the shipping to ship em to the states.
jubuttib wrote:The TeeBird is out of the main bag, but it has a very special place in my SlowBag. As a "replacement" I've added an S-TD. I wasn't fair to this disc when I first got it. After toying with it some more (and Feldberg telling me what it's actually for) I've fallen for it.
yvescy wrote:So how do those TDs fly? Or what is it supposed to be used for? Meant for long range turnover shots? Big annys? Straight tunnel shots? All of the above? haha
yvescy wrote:I'm curious to know as I am trying to look for a disc to fill in my long range turnover slot. I currently just use a beat DX destroyer for that right now. Something a bit slower and having more durabilty without sacrificing glide would be nice. Would a CD or TD fill in that slot?
yvescy wrote:So I'm guessing the MD2 is really that great of a disc? A 1000 rated player at my course says the MD2 is the "best mid-range" he's ever thrown. For him he said it's like a longer buzzz. hmmm Now I'm curious to try that out too.
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