JR wrote:The mids overlap fewer would be better. How far do you throw? There are longer discs if you have the power. Lots of westside where are you from? I live in the same town where westside discs reside. Whar do you use when it is raining or cold for putting where the grip is loose? Soft x banger is very much like your putters except with grip.
JR wrote:Warship is not reliable in winds and Ti Buzzz should be even more straight in the winds thus more reliable than the more common Z Buzzes. I cannot see how one could substitute the Buzz with the longer and flippier Warship.
JR wrote:Can you post a picture of your Warship i want to see how the more overstable Warships look like compared to mine? Who knows i might find one like yours here in the town that the company resides in
JR wrote:Thanks a lot. Mine is a VIP without the sparkles bought at the release of the disc. Not having it in the hand going from memory the top of the wing under the outer edge of the disc looks very different from mine. Dome height seems to be in the same ball park. I don't recall mine having as much horizontal flat spot before the wing begins. Also mine has a more gradual less steep wing curve indicating a less HSS disc. Now that i know what to look for shape wise i'm sure i can recognize a current model from initial ones. Yours is clearly more overstable in shape and looks more like a thinner Mace than a Warship of the initial kind. I had no idea they had changed the shape and much less in such a major way. Rarely have i seen such striking shape differences within a mold. I have no doubts that the current model flies much straighter. If it has retained the great glide and distance and takes winds it might beat the Shark3 and the King Cobra for straight long mids that don't flip. Unless it is an understable example. From what i hear most Shark3s and KCs are nice and straight even with some wind and the Shark3 is even better.
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