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Old 07-26-2014, 08:31 PM
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I was looking around at the Flak bag and found this on the Hyzer bomb website:

http://www.hyzerbomb.com/collections...rtar-first-run



Is this finally going to be the Millennium "JLF"?
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Old 07-27-2014, 12:27 AM
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That would be the bee's knees for sure.
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Old 07-27-2014, 12:41 AM
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Who ever talked about a JLF? Are you referring to a JLS/OLF offspring? Crave is the answer (I've thrown the JLS for almost a decade now).
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Old 07-27-2014, 12:58 AM
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Who ever talked about a JLF? Are you referring to a JLS/OLF offspring? Crave is the answer (I've thrown the JLS for almost a decade now).
I talked all about a JLF back in the day because it was absolutely pursued.. Sirius EXP Proto was a candidate mold.

I like HB, looking forward to more info on this most home-run-named disc.
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Old 07-27-2014, 02:31 AM
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I talked all about a JLF back in the day because it was absolutely pursued.. Sirius EXP Proto was a candidate mold.

I like HB, looking forward to more info on this most home-run-named disc.
The term sounded familiar but I was under the assumption it was a recent discussion that I had missed or not read.


I'm indifferent about HB and like the Millennium/Flak bag as well as the fact that they run production Tanks. Good luck to them even if I don't throw their molds currently!
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Old 07-27-2014, 09:45 AM
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Who ever talked about a JLF? Are you referring to a JLS/OLF offspring? Crave is the answer (I've thrown the JLS for almost a decade now).
I'm fairly certain Millennium at least attempted to create something to fit the stable/os fairway mold and compliment the JLS. The EXP-1 was a decent disc but it beat in easily, the premium plastic runs were impossible to find, and its been discontinued at this point.

I know on the DGR forums' Millennium post the potential "JLF" was mentioned multiple times, sometimes by Team Mill guys. Currently I bag an Eagle-X to compliment my Q & M JLS, but I'd absolutely give another Millennium disc a chance at taking that spot.
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Old 07-27-2014, 09:54 AM
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Well, that is a sick name and obviously fits me well, but it kind of sounds more like a Gazelle, at least from the Hyzer bomb description.

So far, HB has slowly put out on some quality discs, so this should also fly well...but will it be popular?
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Old 07-27-2014, 11:14 AM
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I personally love Hyzer Bombs stuff. I think the flak bag is pretty cool and the tank is a great disc. I would love to try this new and beautiful plastic, personally I hope it is gazelle or teebird type disc. but who knows, I'm pretty sure ill buy it anyway
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Old 07-27-2014, 11:28 AM
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JLF will be solely a Millennium disc, but sounds like similar flight paths as you guys described.
This disc was intended to be more CE Eagle like but came out a tad less stable than that old coveted run. The final product turned out to be equally awesome and we fell in love with the final product. I have thrown the Veteran since April, and at first it was tad more overstable, however it has quickly beat in to a super straight flyer that will finish left for me (RHBH).
When you release on a anny, it has a sweet turn over disc as well with lots of glide. This is like a JLS, Eagle, & Tl had a baby. Very nice disc and should do well with all skill levels. Hope this info helps!
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Old 07-27-2014, 11:56 AM
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Sounds like what I use my Gazelle for. Might try one out. How wide is the rim?

Also curious if this is a completely new mold or uses existing mold pieces (ie Frankenmold).

Even if it is branded through another company it is nice to see Millennium getting some new stuff going.
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