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i don't ever see or hear anything about these guys online. i love my veterans and my tanks, and the mortar is a staple in my bag. i know that all their molds are just reissues of older molds but i'm a bit surprised by the lack of popularity. do people not like them or do they just not know?
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Old 03-23-2017, 08:55 PM
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They probably just fly under the radar. I've never seen them in a physical store. They have solid discs but most golfers probably aren't like us in that they scour the internet looking for alternatives to discs they can buy locally.
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Old 03-23-2017, 08:58 PM
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i don't ever see or hear anything about these guys online. i love my veterans and my tanks, and the mortar is a staple in my bag. i know that all their molds are just reissues of older molds but i'm a bit surprised by the lack of popularity. do people not like them or do they just not know?
I think they just don't know. They need to market and advertise a lot more if they want to move (a lot) more product. Right now they're a niche market..
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Old 03-23-2017, 09:33 PM
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i guess that's true, i live in Texas so it's kinda Millennium country out here. my first disc was an orion ls so i guess i kinda have a soft spot for them. does anyone know if they're doing anything new soon?
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I have a few Mortars (Recon/Frontline-X). I always have a Mortar in my bag. Mortars replaced my Gators. I prefer beadless discs for sidearm. I previously threw Gators backhand & sidearm. The Gator worked decently well sidearm but I get a much cleaner release with the Mortar.
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Old 03-23-2017, 10:31 PM
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I've heard they have a high speed driver coming out sometime soon. I think it will be their next release.
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whoa do you have a link to any info?^
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I don't have specific links, but my info came from the Millennium DGC group on Facebook. That's the best spot to get info about Hyzerbomb discs as well.
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Old 03-24-2017, 08:23 AM
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word, i'm not on facebook so i guess i'm out of the loop
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I only have experience with the mortar, but it's great. I have been meaning to try a veteran, but I already have Eagles so it's not a slot I have open right now.

Mortar is solid though, flies a lot like an old barstamp dx gator for me, but cleaner for forehand.
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