Apothecary wrote:im of the philosophy that one should never be reliant on a "beat in" or "seasoned" disc. the better disc companies are consistent enough that you really dont have to anymore. try a gl vision for your flippy fairway slot.
before i make further recommendations, tell me more about your flex shots. whats your angle of release look like? how far out are you getting your ape on that line? i dont normally think of really overstable discs like the ape as a flex shot disc.
Apothecary wrote:weird. you should try that same line with a flow...but release with 15* or so of hyzer instead and let the disc do the work for you. driving with that much anny out of the hand is really risky.
keltik wrote:why not buy another C PD?
keltik wrote:you can't flick a Roc?
keltik wrote:Why keep the TBs at all? why not power down the PD?
keltik wrote:what are you really looking for in an overstable driver? why not use the FB?
keltik wrote:the Comet is nice but I would really lump the GM in with it. The MD2 may cover the shots for the Roc and the Comet for you.
MDP wrote:keltik wrote:why not buy another C PD?
For the very overstable slot? I was under the impression that even the C PD wasn't meathook material
no for the blank spot in your bag. where you lost the first C PD. but rereading your post I realize you plan to do that anyway. but what about a max weight C PD for longer wind duties? the only PD i've ever thrown is a Prot S (christmas stamp).keltik wrote:you can't flick a Roc?
I can...just not consistently. I have boney hands and the rim of the Roc tends to catch on knuckle at the base of my index finger on release. Sometimes it works well...sometimes it's like wounded duck...keltik wrote:Why keep the TBs at all? why not power down the PD?
For whatever reason I'm more confident throwing TB harder than powering down the PD. TB was the first disc I even had and I'm just really comfortable with it. As I get more time with the PDs I may drop TBs (especially if I pick up a long midrange like the GM). I'm not very good and powering stuff down...keltik wrote:what are you really looking for in an overstable driver? why not use the FB?
I would like something longer than the FB but more controllable than the C-PD2. Pred seemed to fit that bill. My 11x FB just wants to go left out of my hand. Even into headwinds, I can't get it to do much more than fade out at 275-300'.
Try a max weight C PD. but the Pred is a cool disc.keltik wrote:the Comet is nice but I would really lump the GM in with it. The MD2 may cover the shots for the Roc and the Comet for you.
Would it work as my only mid model? I was under the impression that they never got truly understable.
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