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Old 03-31-2013, 11:58 PM
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I used the Sonic off the tee inside of 200' on hyzer flips that would flip to flat and stay that way to the ground and turnovers. The Rattler I would throw the same distances but flat and higher with a slight fade to sit where it landed. They both had their uses and were great for what they did for me. I never felt that either were particularly comfortable in hand though. If I were to choose between the two, I would probably go with the Sonic. It is very neutral at short distances (<100' runs) and more fun off the tee.

Much like keltik's suggestion though, I wound up falling for the Polecat. It's a little more comfortable and neutral at all speeds in R-Pro (slight fade in DX). I've also found it is a little better in the wind than the other two.

Maybe it's just because I've recently found how great these kinds of discs can be, but I've noticed a lot more lid talk around here this winter than I remember ever seeing.

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Old 04-01-2013, 12:11 AM
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Sounds like I'll be getting a Polecat next time I'm at PIA
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