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Postby dgdave » Fri Apr 12, 2013 5:52 am

What do you guys think of them?
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Re: McPros

Postby Pwingles » Fri Apr 12, 2013 7:48 am

I think theyre similar to a P2
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Re: McPros

Postby heartman » Sun Apr 14, 2013 7:01 pm

I've got two blacks that I putt with (I like firm, beadless Aviars for putting). The plastic was a little slick starting out, but after a couple of rounds the grip is quite nice.

The plastic mix seems to be quite brittle though, as I have several large gouges and chunks taken out of mine in maybe a month or so of steady use. Regular mix of KC Pro plastic seems to season much better/smoother overall.

... basically I do like them, but I'm not dead set on continuing to use them.
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Re: McPros

Postby dgdave » Wed Apr 24, 2013 5:36 pm

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Got 2 punks with the sweet new bottom stamps. Aviars feel so bulky now that I'm used to Clutches
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Re: McPros

Postby jubuttib » Fri Apr 26, 2013 3:30 pm

Pwingles wrote:I think theyre similar to a P2
How similar are they? Considering that McBeth at one point at least threw P2s and the P2 is built from Aviar bits and pieces, it could be one with a different stamp...
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Re: McPros

Postby Pwingles » Wed May 01, 2013 8:56 am

jubuttib wrote:
Pwingles wrote:I think theyre similar to a P2
How similar are they? Considering that McBeth at one point at least threw P2s and the P2 is built from Aviar bits and pieces, it could be one with a different stamp...

Havent thrown a mcp only putted one a few times. They are same height, diff tops. Id wager the mcp is less hss when thrown. Possibly a tick less lss, as PP2s are fairly beefy and thats what I putt with, they flew similarly. But, most discs do inside of 25'. Side by side theyre almost identical unless youcan see the slight difference in the tops.
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Re: McPros

Postby keltik » Wed May 01, 2013 12:31 pm

dgdave wrote:Got 2 pinks with the sweet new bottom stamps. Aviars feel so bulky now that I'm used to Clutches


try putting with pures for a couple of years and then switching to anything else...

so are these worth a look?
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Re: McPros

Postby dgdave » Wed May 01, 2013 2:46 pm

If you're still looking for a putter- yes. If not, nah.

I missed a lot of putts high/long with these. They felt so bulky for, in my head they would be bricks. I tried to compensate for that and missed a lot. I approached really well with them. They turned easier than my clutches.

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Re: McPros

Postby JR » Thu May 02, 2013 1:06 am

keltik wrote:
dgdave wrote:Got 2 pinks with the sweet new bottom stamps. Aviars feel so bulky now that I'm used to Clutches


try putting with pures for a couple of years and then switching to anything else...

so are these worth a look?


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