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ZARCADIUS wrote:SO I WAS HOPING SOME ONE COULD DIRECT ME IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION ON A DISC THAT WILL BREAK LEFT EVERY TIME I THROW IT SIDE ARM ....THANKS FOR ANY HELP YOU MIGHT BE ABLE TO GIVE ..AND GOOD LUCK THROWING ...
I can tell you that if you throw a Dx Leopard or JLS with good form you can make them do this (how to achieve good form can be found in the vast knowledge stored on this site's forums). Now, into a strong headwind you may need to go with a Dx Teebird or QJLS.
Turn off cap-locks, and good luck throwing!
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Drowsy wrote: turso wrote:
jubuttib wrote:How far are you throwing with your discs, and are you using right hand forehand?
Don't ask pointless questions from a super obvious troll you noob.
Try not being a dick to the guy who's giving him the benefit of the doubt maybe?
Oh man you're so out of the loop, and apparently you don't even know what "asshole" means.
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rusch_bag wrote:I can't wait to see some idiot on dgcr post a thread with the link to this one saying how hard they trolled us.
Id report it for offensive language, instaban
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