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Old 01-07-2013, 09:11 AM
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marshall it was. when i checked the night before they didnt even have pink, showed up yesterday and she was eyeing me across the basement. triplets they are
picked up the zone yesterday too, instant love, missing the drone on some FHs, but the zone was really aiding in my better FH technique.
I assume that it was a ESP or D Zone. The ESP's (especially the concave topped) are beefy. You'll want to be on the outlook for an Z Zone. They are like a mini Wasp and gorgeous driving & approach putter.
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Old 01-07-2013, 04:33 PM
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Finally had a chance to throw both my C and S-FDs together this weekend, and I honestly don't need much else for drivers in the bag. That's how well they complement each other. The S would have a nice turn and not fade much if I really ripped on it, and the C would always have the slight turn and hard fade I needed. Even into a headwind on a hyzer, the C still wouldn't flip up and held the hyzer line. For the courses I play, the one-two punch of these babies should have me set for the season.
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Old 01-07-2013, 08:32 PM
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For the courses I play, the one-two punch of these babies should have me set for the season.
Soooo.... whatcha gonna do with those Rivers?

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Old 01-07-2013, 08:37 PM
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...these C lines are like a different disc.
I completely agree with this. It's almost completely unfair to compare the 2 as the C's seem to fly slightly faster, are more HSS, and have much more fade at the end of their flight. I think the comparo's to a Champ Teebird are fair.

I carry 2, a 168 C and a 170 S and just like onemilemore, find that they can cover nearly every fairway shot I need. They're awesome discs.
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Old 01-07-2013, 09:10 PM
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I think I want one with the ugly dog stamp.
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Old 01-07-2013, 09:14 PM
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I assume that it was a ESP or D Zone. The ESP's (especially the concave topped) are beefy. You'll want to be on the outlook for an Z Zone. They are like a mini Wasp and gorgeous driving & approach putter.
esp and concave, which i really like. im going to hopefully reneg on a trade with a friend and get one of his glow zones, but i saw dynamic had some Z if i need.

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picked up a nice cfd today. first one ive seen with bubbles in the wing. straighter flying than my other cfds

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There are bubbles in the rim because the plastic blend used in those C-FD's is a heavier that "regular" C-line material. The bubbles do not affect the discs flight, but allows us to produce more durable discs than before.

im prepare for a long relationship with my CFD bubble. i dare not ever call it blizzard though.
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Old 01-07-2013, 09:19 PM
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I think I want one with the ugly dog stamp.
Yes, yes you do.
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Old 01-07-2013, 09:23 PM
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I think I want one with the ugly dog stamp.
Seriously. Discmania has the worst stamps. The only one I even remotely like is the DD stamp, but it's still nothing to look at. I threw a new STD this weekend and while I LOVE the disc, I think I'd actually rather have an STD than have to look at the stamp on that disc. Errr... wait. No. Nevermind.

To anyone at Discmania who's listening, just make everything shield stamps and be done with it!! /rant
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Old 01-07-2013, 09:38 PM
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picked up a nice cfd today. first one ive seen with bubbles in the wing. straighter flying than my other cfds

FROM discmania
Discmania Those are sweet discs

There are bubbles in the rim because the plastic blend used in those C-FD's is a heavier that "regular" C-line material. The bubbles do not affect the discs flight, but allows us to produce more durable discs than before.

im prepare for a long relationship with my CFD bubble. i dare not ever call it blizzard though.
Very interesting bit of information.
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Old 01-07-2013, 09:43 PM
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Soooo.... whatcha gonna do with those Rivers?

Sell 'em on the MP for a loss...sigh...

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Seriously. Discmania has the worst stamps. The only one I even remotely like is the DD stamp, but it's still nothing to look at. I threw a new STD this weekend and while I LOVE the disc, I think I'd actually rather have an STD than have to look at the stamp on that disc. Errr... wait. No. Nevermind.

To anyone at Discmania who's listening, just make everything shield stamps and be done with it!! /rant
That's funny, because the TD is probably the one I can stand the most. That monkey is a riot! Hopefully they're getting the message and will start going more along the lines of the TD2 stamp. That one is pretty innocuous.

I do cringe a bit when I look at this deranged Jackal stamp, that's for sure.
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