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ILUVSMGS18 01-28-2018 09:57 PM

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Originally Posted by rusch_bag (Post 3268444)
Why is it so hard to find normal production discmania discs even on the biggest disc golf retailers websites?

More people throw them than they can provide for. Stop telling everyone about how great the FD, PD, P2, CD2, DDX, PD2, etc. are, and you might be able to find some.

thursdaddy 01-31-2018 04:24 PM

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Originally Posted by Jbultman (Post 3268358)
What about metal flake md3? Less stable or more stable than the swirly s-line or c-line?
Thanks again!

Its been a long time (and a lot of form progression) since throwing a new C-line MD3 and I have not thrown a swirly S-Line but I do have a MF MD3 that I love. It was stable out of the box with no turn, good glide and reliable fade. It actually beat in faster than I expected being MF and all but its really turned into a dependable disc that I use for hyzer flip straight shots and big anny lines. Since losing some stability I've cycled in a new glow eagle MD3 and its like falling in love all over again.

My personal opinion w/ the MD3's I own:

Glow > MF / C-line (similar) > Driver PRO > G-Line > P-Line

Regarding availability... I'd probably start with Glow and just cycle them as you beat them in ;)

B The V 02-01-2018 02:50 PM

Pretty excited to throw my DP MD3's. Interested in how they will hold up vs the original and second run P lines. (or maybe there are more that 2 runs)

hurricaine 02-02-2018 11:49 AM

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Originally Posted by thursdaddy (Post 3269862)
Its been a long time (and a lot of form progression) since throwing a new C-line MD3 and I have not thrown a swirly S-Line but I do have a MF MD3 that I love. It was stable out of the box with no turn, good glide and reliable fade. It actually beat in faster than I expected being MF and all but its really turned into a dependable disc that I use for hyzer flip straight shots and big anny lines. Since losing some stability I've cycled in a new glow eagle MD3 and its like falling in love all over again.

My personal opinion w/ the MD3's I own:

Glow > MF / C-line (similar) > Driver PRO > G-Line > P-Line

Regarding availability... I'd probably start with Glow and just cycle them as you beat them in ;)


My metal flakes are noticeably more flat than C line, similair to the eagles. Except the MF seem muchhhhh more flippy than other plastics. I have a bright pink one and its my out of the box turnover mid

thursdaddy 02-02-2018 02:32 PM

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Originally Posted by hurricaine (Post 3270512)
My metal flakes are noticeably more flat than C line, similair to the eagles. Except the MF seem muchhhhh more flippy than other plastics. I have a bright pink one and its my out of the box turnover mid

Interesting, I have two blue MF with wing stamps and they both have a little dome compared to my glow MD3s.. I've only thrown one of them but like i mentioned it was pretty stable out of box and beat in quickly. Maybe you just throw with more power than me ;)

B The V 02-02-2018 02:52 PM

How long before we see a new release from Discmania??

discerdoo 02-02-2018 02:59 PM

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Originally Posted by B The V (Post 3270590)
How long before we see a new release from Discmania??

Hopefully not before we see some new runs of S-FD and S-PD.

mgamache8 02-02-2018 03:04 PM

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Originally Posted by B The V (Post 3270590)
How long before we see a new release from Discmania??

The pdx is supposedly getting a production release soon

turniphead 02-02-2018 07:16 PM

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Originally Posted by thursdaddy (Post 3269862)
It actually beat in faster than I expected being MF and all but its really turned into a dependable disc that I use for hyzer flip straight shots and big anny lines.

I recently read a theory regarding MF discs and how they beat in a little faster and more thoroughly than regular plastic. The thousands of little tiny pieces of metal suspended in the plastic actually break the plastic chains on a molecular level. Every time these discs are thrown and have an impact on the ground or a tree, the tiny flakes of glitter move slightly more than particles of plastic would.

I don't know how true this is, but it made sense to me. Everyone who has bagged a MF disc for an extended period of time knows how amazing they feel once you beat them in. Food for thought!

B The V 02-02-2018 11:27 PM

I have a tough time believing the glitter inside MF discs does anything to speed up or even out wear.

I'm interested in what new mold is coming out. DD3? FDX? Something different than that?


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