La Flama Blanca wrote:ZJ? You spoke of these KC-P2s becoming stock... Does anyone know if they are still going to be selling them as D-P2s, or will they differentiate the KCs from the standard D-line once they make it into stock?
I think I may have held a pale yellow KC the other day, but I am holding off to make sure I am actually getting a KC-P2. If they are just going to sell them as D-P2s in a new blend, I may have to go back and snag the one I held. It did seem much stiffer.
Frankie and a few others have commented on the PD2 int he Blizzard thread, mostly along the lines of "flies like a Katana", "the most understable disc I've thrown", "no LSS", etc.maskedavenger wrote:Anyone tasted/tested DM Blizzard C-line yet? I have a 150+ DD2 on the way, will report here how she flys. I already have a 175g ES DD2 and a 175g EO2012 Sparkle C-line DD2 (yes, I do throw that occasionally as well, I am not one for keeping the rarer stuff filed away or on the wall. Every disc wants to fly!) and they are both the longest discs in my collection. I have a feeling a lighter version will go FAR.
Mainly on the open range, though. I doubt the extra distance will be so controllable that it will make it into the bag.
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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