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Old 10-14-2012, 09:55 AM
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(4) not exceed 8.3 g per cm of outside disc diameter;
(5) not exceed a maximum weight of 200 g;
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Old 10-14-2012, 10:35 AM
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Why do people worry about this ****? If the manufacture is ok selling you a disc that is over max weight, you should have no problem throwing a disc that is over max weight. Why do you guys even have scales? I hope you are selling drugs. I bought a 184 gram wizard from Marshall Street at one point and had no problems throwing it ever. I also throw my discs against walls and I use sandpaper and have melted parts of my discs. I also count cubby aces. Go nuts DGCR.
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Old 10-14-2012, 10:38 AM
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Why do people worry about this ****? If the manufacture is ok selling you a disc that is over max weight, you should have no problem throwing a disc that is over max weight. Why do you guys even have scales? I hope you are selling drugs. I bought a 184 gram wizard from Marshall Street at one point and had no problems throwing it ever. I also throw my discs against walls and I use sandpaper and have melted parts of my discs. I also count cubby aces. Go nuts DGCR.
I wonder why people get so upset over a simple discussion.
 

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Old 10-14-2012, 10:51 AM
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Why do people worry about this ****? If the manufacture is ok selling you a disc that is over max weight, you should have no problem throwing a disc that is over max weight. Why do you guys even have scales? I hope you are selling drugs. I bought a 184 gram wizard from Marshall Street at one point and had no problems throwing it ever. I also throw my discs against walls and I use sandpaper and have melted parts of my discs. I also count cubby aces. Go nuts DGCR.
If you're playing casual, yea, who cares what you throw, or what rules you follow.

If you're in a sanctioned tourney, you should have some integrity and abide by the rules and regulations set forth by the PDGA.
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