I have hard time believing the glide is comet-like before I see it though.
jubuttib wrote:Oh yeah, that reminds me: How does it handle the Comet's favorite trick, the short, low power anhyzer?
dvlcek wrote:So how does this compare/differ to a Storm? From your description Dspeed, it sounds really close to what I remember the Storm being. Point and throw, then watch it land where you wanted. I know the Storm is more of a driver but it sounds like this may be the same type of thing. (Or it seems that mids are getting faster as well these days and getting into that old school driver area like the Storm, Stratus, Cobra, Stingray.....). Anyway, sounds like a disc I will be giving a trial run.
Monocacy wrote:turso wrote:I have hard time believing the glide is comet-like before I see it though.
Even if the Axis is all that, the Comet might stay in the bag for certain courses that require particularly Comety shots on certain holes. I would like to stick with two midrange molds, though - throwing a lot of different discs definitely messes with my consistency.
chickenonabun wrote:would you guys that have thrown it say it is faster or slower than the buzzz or the same speed? If it is just a slightly slower buzzz ( or even the same speed) I am definatley going to be trying this bad boy out.
Mike C wrote:The Axis definitely glides well, check this link out. Look at how long it glides out, and that's on a hyzer line.
Mike C wrote:I find it's faster and not quite as easy to turn over as a Comet. They cover a lot of the same shots but the way they get there will be different.
Mike C wrote:If you click that link again and watch the first two drives, the third shot is a nice laser upshot at about 100'. They glide well at shorter ranges too, as long as you get a little spin on them.
Apothecary wrote:is it weird that i grow a big rubbery one watching you throw? :\
jgheels1999 wrote:I'm really looking forward to this thing being a nice compliment to the Fuse.
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