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ray1970 10-14-2020 04:05 PM

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Originally Posted by ArtemisClydFr0g (Post 3643825)
They did a good job with the Night Strike 3 release. If you didn't get one, that's on you.


I did manage to snag a NS3. Took a few attempts to keep one in the cart long enough to check out but I got it done.

And I do agree that snatching one of those was way easier than previous releases due to the one-per-customer limit.

Iím just kind of guessing that even with a limit any signature disc from Simon is going to fly off the shelf fast.

bogeyfreetilinfinity 10-15-2020 02:31 PM

gone in under 5 minutes

ray1970 10-15-2020 04:25 PM

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Originally Posted by bogeyfreetilinfinity (Post 3644412)
gone in under 5 minutes


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Jenga54 10-15-2020 04:42 PM

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Originally Posted by bogeyfreetilinfinity (Post 3644412)
gone in under 5 minutes

I know isn't it awesome! Congrats Simon!

B The V 10-19-2020 09:56 AM

The new batch of PD3's. Are they a different run? Are they more OS than the previously sold PD3's?

Flick Maniac 10-20-2020 03:36 AM

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Originally Posted by B The V (Post 3645621)
The new batch of PD3's. Are they a different run? Are they more OS than the previously sold PD3's?

discmaniadiscs instagram says about the North Star PD3s:

"This batch is much flatter than the European Open run and really packs a punch."

Gmtata01 10-20-2020 08:56 PM

How are c line MD3s ...want to try stock vs paying $50+. Any thing to look for? Penned embossed etc

B The V 10-21-2020 07:33 AM

I think c line md3's get overlooked because everyone wants to throw the flashy Eagle signature runs. It's been a while since I've thrown one, but I doubt there is a huge difference that the average thrower would be able to notice between the c lines and signature runs. P line md3's are also great discs and beat in to be a great compliment to a more overstable md3.

ray1970 10-21-2020 08:59 AM

I am going to politely disagree with the post above.

My go-to mid for a while was one of the Iron Samurai MD3s. I would say it flew fairly true to the 5/5/0/2 numbers and was very similar to my glow MD4s.

I let a buddy throw it and he was impressed and bought himself a stock C-line MD3. It was a whole different animal and would turn a bit and usually finish straight or even drift right. I found it to be a very neutral disc more like a 5/5/-1/1.

Iíve been meaning to pick up an Infinite Discs Chariot as a buddy of mine swears up and down itís pretty much a rebranded MD3 and is easy to get and comes in the color glow plastic which I really like.

ArtemisClydFr0g 10-21-2020 01:35 PM

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Originally Posted by ray1970 (Post 3646490)
I am going to politely disagree with the post above.

My go-to mid for a while was one of the Iron Samurai MD3s. I would say it flew fairly true to the 5/5/0/2 numbers and was very similar to my glow MD4s.

I let a buddy throw it and he was impressed and bought himself a stock C-line MD3. It was a whole different animal and would turn a bit and usually finish straight or even drift right. I found it to be a very neutral disc more like a 5/5/-1/1.

Iíve been meaning to pick up an Infinite Discs Chariot as a buddy of mine swears up and down itís pretty much a rebranded MD3 and is easy to get and comes in the color glow plastic which I really like.

The stock C-line MD3s have had some runs that are flat and some that are domey. Domey have been more stable in my experience.

The Chariot is very similar, but is slightly less stable and pretty much true to the numbers at 5/5/0/1. I think it flies closer to a Mako3 if you ask me, but I've been messing with my form lately so it could be me. I just trust my S-line MD3 more for stable shots, then go to the MD for super straight lines.


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