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Old 03-29-2011, 04:12 PM
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...and here I was thinking there was some new disc called the "Peak" (you know, specially designed for high-altitude discing!) and that Mr. Feldberg loved it so much it found its way into his bag.
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Old 03-29-2011, 04:56 PM
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Dave used to have a list up of his bag even with pics (probably not totally up to date) but his site isn't coming up at the moment. Don't see any of the mentioned Leopards in this bag, but the list was copied down on the 'other' site:

10 x kc aviar 175 grams- main putter
10x kc aviar 175 grams - practice putter
1997 am worlds aviar, 172 grams- outside the circle putts

first run dx rhyno, 173 grams -approach
early dx rhyno 174 grams - two finger rollers

first run 8x kc roc (rainbow roc)-approach
10x kc roc 180 grams- approach
10x kc roc 179 grams (this one is missing)
10x kc roc 179 grams - approach
11x roc, 177 grams - approach
11x kc roc 180 grams-approach
12x kc roc 180 grams-approach
12x kc roc 180 grams-approach

first run star whippet-x 174 grams - spike hyzers
10x kc whippet-x 174 grams - spike hyzers

champion eagle-x 174 grams - utility disc
champion eagle-x 174 grams -utility disc
champion eagle-x 175 grams-utility disc
champion eagle-x 174 grams-utility disc
champion eagle-x 174 grams -utility disc
champion eagle-x 175 grams -utility disc
champion eagle- x 174 grams -utility disc
10x kc taffy eagle 175 grams -utility disc

11x kc blend tee-bird 174 grams - straightest driver
10x kc taffy tee-bird 174 grams - turnover drives
first run star tee-bird- 174 grams- medium distance driver

11x champion firebird 175-grams -best wind disc

early night-shift sidewinder 174 grams- sky rollers

eco-star ex-caliber 174 grams -windy long hyzers
eco-star ex-caliber- 174 grams -windy long hyzers
eco-star first run ex-caliber 175 grams -windy long hyzers

star eco-destroyer 175 grams - long hyzers
eco-star destroyer 174 grams -distance hyzers
eco-star destroyer 174 grams -distance hyzers
eco-star destroyer 174 grams -distance hyzers
first run star destroyer 174 grams
first run star destroyer 175 grams- long rollers
first run eco-star destroyer- 175 grams - long hyzers

proto pro boss 175 grams-distance hyzers
proto pro boss 174 grams -distance hyzers
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Old 03-29-2011, 05:01 PM
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Kewl, an Avery Jenkins C-PD2.
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Old 03-29-2011, 05:02 PM
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"early night-shift sidewinder 174 grams- sky rollers"

..want one of these..or would like to see one..i think i have one..same color as daves and nice n stable but dont know how to tell the difference could just be a champy star
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Old 03-29-2011, 05:03 PM
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Im surprised there was no Kleenex in there !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 03-29-2011, 05:11 PM
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I saw him not too long ago and he used to use orcs for long turn over shots too. He seems to change discs out fairly frequently though. He has A LOT of discs in that bag. Would not be easy to be his caddy.
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Old 03-29-2011, 05:13 PM
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I saw him not too long ago and he used to use orcs for long turn over shots too. He seems to change discs out fairly frequently though. He has A LOT of discs in that bag. Would not be easy to be his caddy.
If you look in that video with him carrying it that bag drooped down to his knees! Poor guy. I can't believe he would actually use that many discs.
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Old 03-29-2011, 05:15 PM
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No kidding. How do you keep it all straight? Did you see how many destroyers and eagles and rocs he has? Really? I get owning them all but in a round I figure 3 or 4 of a model max.
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Old 03-29-2011, 05:26 PM
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Hah, that's a funny ass peak in his bag. Wonder if it was just staged to look that way to be funny, can't see the guy risking pissing the guy off since he was with the guy Dave did the promo for at the end. Especially for information that's readily available.

The only reason I can think that he carries that many discs is that since he travels and plays so many courses in such a variety of locals , the need for variety grows and it's nice to just have one bag with everything instead of an extra bag to switch out discs with.
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Old 03-29-2011, 05:29 PM
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He doesn't give a sh*t, he almost always has a caddy
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