money 21 wrote:so what discs has the nuke replaced for you. I keep moving up to the wde rim the moving back down to the speed 11 discs.
I think this is the right way to do it. It takes a while to figure out the wide rimmed drivers. Just like a hole may be risk or reward, so too are drivers. You have to learn when to trust a disc and when not to, dependent upon not just the shot but your current ability to control it. So experiment with wide rimmed drivers. Put them away when they create too much chaos and pull them back out when the time is right. But keep chipping away. Eventually, when your opponents are beating you with a superior weapon you have to set up. You won't win many gunfights with a knife.
I find the key to controlling a Nuke is nose angle. The nose is the leading edge of the disc as it flies. If I don't release a Nuke flat-dead nuts flat- it is not going to start out flying straight. This is why a poorly released Nuke is a scud missile.
Z Flashes, Proline Rogues and Z Crushes were my primary drivers. All 3 of these discs are in the same family, basically the same disc in varying stability. Flashes fly straight, Rogues anhyzer and Crushes hyzer. All are superb control drivers.
I used to carry a stack of Flashes. Now I carry one. The rest replaced by Nukes. My Rogues and Crushes still get a lot of use. When distance is essential I throw a Nuke.