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onemilemore 03-22-2015 10:50 AM

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Originally Posted by JTacoma03 (Post 2732802)
Not sure what Ryan has planned...but I do know that when it does happen the black ones are STUPID concave and grippy...and that fresh cut grass foil make's a purrrrrty stamp on it.

I'll have to keep it locked here then. Everyone knows black putters are the best.

pecosROB 03-22-2015 01:28 PM

Just wanted to make sure, the P1x is the only beaded putter, correct? The rest of the putters are all beadless?

onemilemore 03-22-2015 02:57 PM

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Originally Posted by pecosROB (Post 2732944)
Just wanted to make sure, the P1x is the only beaded putter, correct? The rest of the putters are all beadless?

You are correct, sir.

rexdp10 03-22-2015 07:56 PM

All this pd talk in the other thread got me wondering about the original gummy p-line PDs. Nowadays and for a while even, p-line PDs are very firm and break into very understable fliers. Any idea if that gummy p-line plastic will ever be back, or is gstar my closest bet?

Rikster 03-23-2015 03:37 PM

I would also like to see more of those gummy P-line PD's that I've heard so much good about. I've only had a stiff one and I simply loved it until it got too beaten. I've been wondering to buy a new one but I've also been thinking is there anything in premium plastic with such a nice straight flight.

There's been much talking about how CD2 is like a longer FD (which my P-PD kinda was) but I'm afraid C-CD2 needs more power to fly straight than what I can throw. So G-line could be better? The only problem is that I prefer yellow drivers and I haven't seen any yellow G-CD2's anywhere.

This brings me to another question. How much CD2 (g-line) differ from (s-line) CD? Or how about the S-line TD, I've heard that those are more straight flying than what you'd expect from a disc that has -2 turn. So if there's someone who has thrown these (P-PD, G-CD2, S-CD and S-TD) I'd love to hear how they compare with each other.


Oh and one more thing. Is there any chance to get those domey glow MD3's to Finland?:)

rexdp10 03-23-2015 03:45 PM

^ STDs are very straight for 350 and under. I have found the non slanted TDs in c-line to be more understable than their star counterpoints. Also if you find any TD with a slanted rim it will be more overstable than its newer run. I get nice hyzer flips on my TDs. I can get them to 375-400

Personally CD and CD2s never fly right for me. I like glidey discs.

rallyguy 03-23-2015 08:30 PM

My G CD2 has more turn than my S TD, but it fades back to straight or a little left depending on height. My P PD will flip up to flat if I throw it with hyzer, and will fade a tiny bit but if I throw it low it's pretty straight. The PD is beat up a little bit while the CD2 and TD are fairly fresh.

The CD2 reminds me of a longer 3rd run C FD, I really like it and am trying to work it into my bag more. It's just hard to find shots that my FDs and PDs can't cover.

thatdirtykid 03-23-2015 11:22 PM

I have been considering the CD2 as a P PD replacement, but I have a couple P Pds yet to break in. I also like the GPD flys much like a fresh PPD. I have two, and they are stiff enough I like them, but I would prefer stiffer. I am betting by the time my PPDs are too beat, My GPDs will replace them, and my S PD will be broken in enough to replace the GPDs... Someday I want all CPDs broken in for all the shots (Believe it or not I used to have Z Predators beat in for the same range of shots). That will be years away though.

Mr. Butlertron 03-24-2015 03:56 AM

I have a question about the ever popular PD. I've noticed there are not any CPDs in lightweight plastic. Is that something Discmania might be making in the future?

JTacoma03 03-24-2015 04:03 AM

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Originally Posted by Mr. Butlertron (Post 2734276)
I have a question about the ever popular PD. I've noticed there are not any CPDs in lightweight plastic. Is that something Discmania might be making in the future?

How light are you talking? I've seen them in the mid 160's.


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