Weebl wrote:Before switching to a flippier max distance driver (valk) I would suggest getting a DX Teebird, once you can get a Teebird to do anything you need/want, then a valk will be that much more versetile and controlable.
Blake_T wrote:dx valk or x xs should give a little distance bump and discs you can push out to ~360' which should prep you for nearly anything on the market.
discmonkey42 wrote:Stopped reading and immediately thought about how passionate Blake is about disc minimalism. I like the idea of looking at discs as a craftsmans tools. I'm not sure how much of a craftsman I am, but the quote seemed appropriate.
Blake_T wrote:i don't like stingrays as mids for two reasons:
1) imo, they aren't mids, they are tweener/fairway drivers.
2) i only like starting people with discs that fly like normal discs. it teaches them to aim to the right and play the fade.
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