Originally Posted by bikinjack
And I'm saying you're wrong. All other things being equal (meaning two discs of the exact same shape), the more weight a disc has further away from its center of rotation, the straighter it's gonna fly, no matter the wind. In theory the gyro should make the disc more stable. Not overstable and not understable, but stable. In other words it should hold its line better. Wind or no wind. In other words, straighter. That is what I'm trying to say.
Okay, but you do understand that a headwind will make a stable disc act as if its understable, so when you say "no matter the wind" that is dumb. The wind is a huge factor in the relative stability of a disc and the flight path it will take. Its a gyro, not a laser. It doesnt just go straight until it stops.