Crosseyed0811 wrote:Took a few months off from throwing discs (getting married and going on honeymoons and such will do that for you) and now I'm back and have started rebuilding my technique. Starting to have some break throughs and am building up a bag as we speak. I'll modify the OP here with the current bag and add comments given the actual changes I make. Feel free to comment and critique as that's why its here... Small bag at first, working my way up to bigger speeds and more discs...
174 Grip Pure: Thanks to JR for finally making me try one of these. Its looking as if these will replace my aviars before long...
175 *Aviar Driver: Still in the bag for now until I'm sure the Pure does everything I want it to (already removed my DX Aviars)
172 DX Roc: Beat in to hold most anny lines
178 DX Roc: Pretty much new, rather stable, hyzers and headwinds
170+ P MD2: Picking it up today and giving it a tryout. I throw a lot of lower line drive type throws naturally and hoping this fits my style a little more than the Roc.
168 Star Leo: Straight
169 Pro Leo: Turnovers
169 DX Teebird: Nicely beaten, my comfort disc... Working on a Champ in the same weight to hold this stability longer than I know this one will...
166+ DX Valkyrie: Distance (hopefully). Picking it up today with the MD2, Never really given Valks much chance but I don't have much in this range and don't want to just jump to Wraiths and Destroyers from my Teebird.
169 Star FL: My overstable driver. Flicks, thumbers, and headwinds. Trying this out in place of my usual Firebirds since I don't have any flat champs right now.
Crosseyed0811 wrote:Yeah its pretty good so far, probably not gonna replace the BB though, just not stable enough
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.
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