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Postby Micah » Wed Apr 16, 2008 6:04 pm

I would like to thank blake for the mold minimalism he has pushed over the years. After reading through these posts most all are well designed bags that I could pretty easily pick up and play a good round with. Good work yall.
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Postby Billym » Wed Apr 16, 2008 8:59 pm

Newbie here,
After some suggestions from some senior forum members (THX!) here is what I got right now;
3 DX cheetahs around 174-176; one breaking in two new (aquatic park!) will rotate.
2 DX Sharks (Rocs one day) one worn one newish both 180g (too heavy?)
1 DX Aviar P&A ; usually carried one beat and one new; found beat one with no name or # on it and LOVE it. With a new standard Innova bag (POS! but got a deal) I can only take one so Beaty it is.
1 DX Firebird for headwinds
1 DX Gazelle; playing with it thinking it will replace the Cheetahs soon.
1 Pro Leopard (played some Sidewinders is this a slower version?) for turnovers/rollers? don't use it much theses days.
1 Champ Teebird this is a back up to the firebird since I lost my other one today.
Can you guys give me feedback? I am trying to keep it simple and modest.
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Postby Working Stiff » Wed Apr 16, 2008 9:42 pm

Fritz wrote:John Bird PDGA#387 has like 6 or 7 Condors in his bag.

You should see the stuff he does with those condors.
I played a round with a guy in St. Louis who knew John Bird. The guy said Bird throws 80% of his drives with a Condor and heaves it 300+ ft. Anybody that can pop 300 ft. with one of those big 'ol Condors is OK by me.

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They look like an oversized Roc...24 cm diameter...legal to 200 grams! :shock: YIKES! Carrying 6 or 7 of those big boys would throw my back out. :P
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Postby ziggy » Thu Apr 17, 2008 8:08 am

1 talon
2 d challengers

on occassion 10x teebird
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Postby jamsisjams » Thu Apr 17, 2008 9:53 am

No less than

2-3 JLSs
2 Polaris LS
2 Wasps
2 Buzzzs
2 Wizards

Just took out 3 OLFs.
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Postby Blake_T » Thu Apr 17, 2008 12:38 pm

5-6 rocs depending upon my mood.
4-5 wizards depending upon my mood.

i carry 2-3 tourney pro cyclones and 1-3 dx valks. 1-2 orion lf, 1 predator.
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Postby Jager » Sat Apr 19, 2008 8:59 am

How do you tell the tourney plastic cyclones? Feel? Stamp?

There's a local store that has a ton of older stuff they never sold, including a stack of pink cyclones with the below stamp. Probably been sitting on a rack for several years collecting dust.

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Postby Glock23 » Sat Apr 19, 2008 10:21 am

That would be it.

How much are they selling them for, I may be interested in a few pinkies.
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Postby Working Stiff » Sat Apr 19, 2008 11:26 am

Jager wrote:How do you tell the tourney plastic cyclones? Feel? Stamp?

There's a local store that has a ton of older stuff they never sold, including a stack of pink cyclones with the below stamp. Probably been sitting on a rack for several years collecting dust.

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Buy them all! If you need to recoup some $$$, sell some to somebody like, oh, I don't know...me for example.

By the way, there are no pink golf discs. There are "bubble gum" golf discs, but no pink golf discs. Bubble gum tournament Cyclones are awesome.
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Postby TeeRexJJ » Sat Apr 19, 2008 9:50 pm

3 aviars dx
4 rocs dx
2 teerex's dx
3 leopards dx
3 valkeries 2 dx 1 jk champ
2 orcs 1 dx 1 champ


i only carry 2 rocs in my bag everything else i just have singles of in the bag
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help me get rid of unwanted plastic!!
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Postby T-Bone » Sat Apr 19, 2008 10:49 pm

2 MOLFs
2 SOLFs
2 POLARISs
2 1.7 EXP1s
3 MMSs
1 SMS
2 QMSs
1 MSMF
1 SSMF
2 QJLSs
1 SJLS
7 Omega SSs

and I have to say it
2 Flick 150g
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Postby Seanzerelli » Sat Apr 19, 2008 11:13 pm

That's a lot of abbreviations.
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Postby Mr.SmOOOth » Sun Apr 20, 2008 12:36 am

3 Challengers- 1 Cam Todd sig. for upshots, 1 orange Cam Todd for putting only, 1 164 Pro D for long putts

3 Buzzzes- Z, Cryztal and 1 ESP

3 Z Preds.

3 Surges- 2 ESP and 1 FLX
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Postby Fritz » Sun Apr 20, 2008 6:52 am

Working Stiff wrote:
Fritz wrote:John Bird PDGA#387 has like 6 or 7 Condors in his bag.

You should see the stuff he does with those condors.
I played a round with a guy in St. Louis who knew John Bird. The guy said Bird throws 80% of his drives with a Condor and heaves it 300+ ft. Anybody that can pop 300 ft. with one of those big 'ol Condors is OK by me.

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They look like an oversized Roc...24 cm diameter...legal to 200 grams! :shock: YIKES! Carrying 6 or 7 of those big boys would throw my back out. :P


Yup, I just played with Bird yesterday and he had shoulder surgery on his throwing arm so he had to go lefty, still sporting the Condor, he also throws a ton of Wham-o discs. He's olde school.
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Postby BIF13 » Sun Apr 20, 2008 8:26 am

jamsisjams wrote:No less than

2-3 JLSs
2 Polaris LS
2 Wasps
2 Buzzzs
2 Wizards

Just took out 3 OLFs.




Just curious, why did you take the OLFs' out?
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