Hyzerline49 wrote:thats a really cool way to set up your bag! looks really solid too. how do you like that flash? i've never thrown one...
fanter wrote:Hyzerline49 wrote:thats a really cool way to set up your bag! looks really solid too. how do you like that flash? i've never thrown one...
I'd call it an Orc with a lower power requirement. A bit more glide, and still very straight.
Hyzerline49 wrote:I might have to try one out. Ive been lookon for a disc I can shape distance lines with, the flash seems like a good candidate... How does its speed and rim size compare to a force?
sunspot wrote:Thinking about changing things up a bit.
Force (don't really throw this one much)
Flash-I'll probably replace it with a Nuke or some other distance driver)
Avenger (X and ESP). Probably get a Z for more overstable needs.
XL. I am debating on taking it out and replacing it with a River.
Aftershock-- I took out the hornets
Comet-- not going anywhere
Magnet-- May revisit the Ion
CatPredator wrote:The Force isn't a max D disc really. It's fast and overstable, which makes it predictable, but something with a little high speed turn like a Nuke, Quasar, Pro Desroyer, or even a Wraith/Surge will fly farther for most people in most conditions.
Is there a reason you're resisting the PD?
is certainly a solid lineup...
sunspot wrote:CatPredator wrote:
I stopped throwing the PDs because of the inconsistency of the P plastic. I had some really good outings with PDs. I was able to deuce holes that I was not able to do in the past. I opted for the Avengers because they maintain LSS better in X plastic. However, I think I will put the PDs back in the bag next time I'm out practicing.
I think the only certain thing that I'm completely secure with are my mids.
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