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Um... 08-31-2015 06:54 PM

Disc Golf Center has a slot for them, but no stock. I've not heard or seen a thing about them, so wondering if it was/is just an error??

D-line wouldn't be my first plastic choice for the next release of the FD2, but if they have a little more glide and season nicely, they could certainly be an intriguing option.

vogurt 08-31-2015 09:31 PM

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Originally Posted by Um... (Post 2844820)
Disc Golf Center has a slot for them, but no stock. I've not heard or seen a thing about them, so wondering if it was/is just an error??

D-line wouldn't be my first plastic choice for the next release of the FD2, but if they have a little more glide and season nicely, they could certainly be an intriguing option.

Yeah I'd for sure rather go with an S line; or P line even before D but you never know!

Jenga54 09-01-2015 12:41 AM

What I need to fully convert my bag: (I'm a fan gripper, so S Line really does something that C Line cannot do for me)

Putters - Done
Mids - S Line MD (for Mako3s), S Line MD3 (For Roc3s) (don't know if my gator is REALLY needed, but has been helpful, could go S P3 please)
Fairways - Done except S Line FD2 (For Teebird)
Drivers - Could be done, except an S CD2 (For Thunderbird)

There you have it. I'm almost yours DiscMania

grotto 09-01-2015 08:04 AM

I could do an entire Discmania bag if they had more S-line and P-line available. Maybe down the road.

bogeyfreetilinfinity 09-01-2015 01:54 PM

You could always go the Simon route, a putter and a speed 12 driver to cover all shots.

Jenga54 09-01-2015 02:24 PM

I pretty much have. This swirly S P2 is the best upshot putter I've ever thrown, and the beat up D P1x putters make great straight to right finishing approaches. The mids are really for stretching out longer curves that full power in the putters would carry too straight.

DinosaurThunder 09-01-2015 02:38 PM

I have dropped my mortar as an open invitation for a truly OS mid from Discmania. I will keep that spot warm for it in hopes it's in the works. :)

I am loving the way my s-line FD3 is breaking in for forehand flex shots. Soon I will kick my star firebirds from that slot as I prefer how the FD3 responds to that shot.

Finally my r-pro cro, the cro to me is like the dart is to Sexton. That one disc may live in the bag until I ace it or lose it. I have no plans to replace it once it's gone.

My bag just needs that OS mid, an S-FD2 and I will be set with a perfect lineup! However, I do wonder what a metal flake 5th run FD, FD2 or flat MD3 would be like. I would love to see those come to fruition down the line to compare to my existing non MF versions.

Flick Maniac 09-02-2015 06:00 AM

I am keeping my Beadless Gator and Premium Jokeri in the stupid OS slots. The FD3 could possibly replace my firebirds too, but I am too much in an established relationship with them to stir up anything ;)

SpikeHyzer 09-02-2015 09:58 AM

I'm really looking forward to the day that they release S-Line MD3's. I love my C-Line's, but I think an S-Line would be absolutely killer.

Also, for the "overstable mid", I am finding that the FD2 powered down does a really nice job of filling that slot. Anybody else use the FD2 for this slot?

vogurt 09-02-2015 10:56 AM

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Originally Posted by SpikeHyzer (Post 2845793)
I'm really looking forward to the day that they release S-Line MD3's. I love my C-Line's, but I think an S-Line would be absolutely killer.

Also, for the "overstable mid", I am finding that the FD2 powered down does a really nice job of filling that slot. Anybody else use the FD2 for this slot?

I can see it. I've been using it more and more. Got my first ace with my first FD2 last week; it's become my favorite disc.


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