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fishballer06 04-23-2019 11:35 AM

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Originally Posted by paulw (Post 3444408)
I bought a p-line fd and knew nothing about it except it had a cool stamp and got my order into the free shipping column so I bought it.

Why can't I find another one?

If you know who has another one let me know.

I'm old -- I haven't kept up with all the new discs/plastics . .. . is my disc an albatross or what?

P-Line in any of the Discmania drivers are done in limited, smaller runs. To my knowledge, they haven't done any P-FD's in a while, so that's why you're not seeing them everywhere.

Grippenripp 04-23-2019 12:14 PM

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Originally Posted by paulw (Post 3444408)
I bought a p-line fd and knew nothing about it except it had a cool stamp and got my order into the free shipping column so I bought it.



I started throwing it and now can't stop. It goes straight and then straight.



Why can't I find another one?



If you know who has another one let me know.



I'm old -- I haven't kept up with all the new discs/plastics . .. . is my disc an albatross or what?

I think a G line will be very similar in stability. Also the S Lines in lighter weights sound like they'd be the laser beam you're looking for.

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Alexplz 04-24-2019 11:30 AM

I'm sure this has been covered before, but any news regarding the production runs of the 2019 FD2 retool? Plastic types, dates?

Jenga54 04-24-2019 11:33 AM

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Originally Posted by Alexplz (Post 3444854)
I'm sure this has been covered before, but any news regarding the production runs of the 2019 FD2 retool? Plastic types, dates?

Website says s line and swirly s line, in the next few months but no hard dates on anything

Alexplz 04-24-2019 11:43 AM

Good looking out, thanks

Discmania FD2 (retooled)
(Fairway Driver)
7|4|0|2
Weight range: 165-175g
Plastic: C-line
Colors: Various colors
Estimated Release: July, 2019

"Colors: Various colors" …oh thank god

Jenga54 04-24-2019 11:51 AM

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Originally Posted by Alexplz (Post 3444866)
Good looking out, thanks

Discmania FD2 (retooled)
(Fairway Driver)
7|4|0|2
Weight range: 165-175g
Plastic: C-line
Colors: Various colors
Estimated Release: July, 2019

"Colors: Various colors" …oh thank god

lol glad there will be a choice of colors. Thought I misremembered... Nope just a let down these won't be in SLine like initially announced. Pushing the date out on all these too, which I understand.
Wonder who complained about SLine. Gimme a name.

Twojsquared 04-25-2019 01:24 PM

What is a good tomahawking disc from Discmania. I'm looking for something that when thrown will stay pretty straight relative to where I throw it and wont roll ideally it would flip mid air and land upside down. I'm not worried about distance as I have my epic for that. I'm looking for a disc I can throw 200-250 on some super tight holes. Not sure if it matters but I throw using the index finger and not the thumb.

Jenga54 04-25-2019 01:31 PM

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Originally Posted by Twojsquared (Post 3445338)
What is a good tomahawking disc from Discmania. I'm looking for something that when thrown will stay pretty straight relative to where I throw it and wont roll ideally it would flip mid air and land upside down. I'm not worried about distance as I have my epic for that. I'm looking for a disc I can throw 200-250 on some super tight holes. Not sure if it matters but I throw using the index finger and not the thumb.

What do you use now? Discmania has 1 disc for each slot, no more no less. Should have something that will work well. Some people use very overstable discs for this, some people use understable discs for the same shot.

Twojsquared 04-25-2019 01:36 PM

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Originally Posted by Jenga54 (Post 3445344)
What do you use now? Discmania has 1 disc for each slot, no more no less. Should have something that will work well. Some people use very overstable discs for this, some people use understable discs for the same shot.

I don't have anything now but in the past a monarch or valk has worked. So understable most likely is what I would be looking for. I did pick up a TD2 but not with the idea to tomahawk it. I haven't received it yet so I don't know if it will work but thats probably my most understable disc.

ILUVSMGS18 04-25-2019 02:33 PM

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Originally Posted by Twojsquared (Post 3445338)
What is a good tomahawking disc from Discmania. I'm looking for something that when thrown will stay pretty straight relative to where I throw it and wont roll ideally it would flip mid air and land upside down. I'm not worried about distance as I have my epic for that. I'm looking for a disc I can throw 200-250 on some super tight holes. Not sure if it matters but I throw using the index finger and not the thumb.

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Originally Posted by Twojsquared (Post 3445348)
I don't have anything now but in the past a monarch or valk has worked. So understable most likely is what I would be looking for. I did pick up a TD2 but not with the idea to tomahawk it. I haven't received it yet so I don't know if it will work but thats probably my most understable disc.

If that TD2 is too flippy, a TD or TDx might work well. A beaten up CD2 or CD3 might be an idea as well. I threw the Beast for this for a long time (my shoulder finally had enough of my tomfoolery, so OHs are very rare for me now), and the TD is very similar to the Beast (longer Valk/more OS Monarch).


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