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dehaas 04-13-2015 11:31 AM

If it's more of a merlot color it's probably a third run. I wouldn't call the cfrs stiff.

Rol6566 04-13-2015 01:21 PM

I agree, sounds like a 3rd run. First runs are flat and have the patent# on the bottom. 3rd are flat and usually have some pearl to them

sandelius 04-15-2015 04:20 AM

Is Discmania going to make P1 in KC Pro plastic?

McPro Aviar availability in Finland is usually bad. And on top of that it costs twice as much as other putters.

ncrspike 04-15-2015 07:23 AM

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Originally Posted by JTacoma03 (Post 2747278)
There has only been one run, we just used a couple different stamps for variety.

I'm surprised too about the soft comment. I've been in Texas and Louisiana for the past 2 weeks and mine do not feel what I would call soft, they are KC Pro for sure.

Yes it's KC stiff, but I think the slick/slippery feeling makes it appear soft, I was worried about the slick feeling but once you thought these bad boys are awesome, my white one I have used for only 30 throws and have it dialed in already! ;) If you have not tried the P-MD3, you certainly should!

vogurt 04-15-2015 10:37 AM

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Originally Posted by sandelius (Post 2750638)
Is Discmania going to make P1 in KC Pro plastic?

McPro Aviar availability in Finland is usually bad. And on top of that it costs twice as much as other putters.

P1x is in Pro. P1 also.

http://store.discmania.net/index.php...p1-maniac.html

vogurt 04-15-2015 10:39 AM

I bought 3 mini stamp Pro P1x's. My putting was on point for a few days practicing, and one tourny round. But lately these things keep falling out of the air and hitting baskets on me :( I like how they feel so much but now I can't get it out of my head, I feel like I have to put more on them to get them straight to the chains.

Would you not prefer the P1x for putting duties, and leave it as a straight approach, driving putter?

I have P2's I can switch back to, I just hate going back and forth between putters, and don't want to feel at a disadvantage if these P1x's are too slow for putting duties.

Jenga54 04-15-2015 10:58 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by vogurt (Post 2750795)
I bought 3 mini stamp Pro P1x's. My putting was on point for a few days practicing, and one tourny round. But lately these things keep falling out of the air and hitting baskets on me :( I like how they feel so much but now I can't get it out of my head, I feel like I have to put more on them to get them straight to the chains.

Would you not prefer the P1x for putting duties, and leave it as a straight approach, driving putter?

I have P2's I can switch back to, I just hate going back and forth between putters, and don't want to feel at a disadvantage if these P1x's are too slow for putting duties.

I got a pair of mini stamp Pro P1x's also, and they look and feel great. Too great so I haven't thrown them yet... Any insight when the standard production P Line P1x will debut? I love the feel but now I just want to hang them on the wall.

Peter S 04-15-2015 11:11 AM

Any plans for S-line P3 soon? If not, consider this my formal request.

vogurt 04-15-2015 11:23 AM

How is the P3 compared to in terms of say a Zone? Or is it more like an Envy or Wizard, stability wize?

SpikeHyzer 04-15-2015 10:37 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by vogurt (Post 2750846)
How is the P3 compared to in terms of say a Zone? Or is it more like an Envy or Wizard, stability wize?

It's less overstable than a zone, but more overstable than a Wizard. It's a very handy driving putter.


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