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SpikeHyzer 04-01-2015 09:08 AM


Originally Posted by JTacoma03 (Post 2740301)
- MD3's are straighter when flatter in C-line/JL, and I'm pretty sure this is also true for Glow.
- The dayglow/green flat JL MD3's are super-duper point-and-shoot. Ridiculously straight.


The flat JL MD3's remind me a great deal of another manufacturer's "modified" popular midrange. I really like the feel of the MD3 and with the release of the P-MD3, the MD2 might leave my bag.

vogurt 04-01-2015 12:40 PM

So I have a glow MD3 Euro champ stamp. And too many mid ranges and at this point with all the fD's and pD's I have, and thinking about switching back to my Pro P2 for putting... And the Pro MD3 coming out.. I was thinking I might as well just stick with Discmania with how vocal and reliable they are. The only thing realistically not DM in my bag would be My Envy, Zone, and Destroyer.

My question is should I keep the glow for my OS mid? (Zone covers anything the needs more beef, I bagged a Buzzz OS and didn't even throw it during rounds.)

With the P MD3s out I want to have an OS, a slightly stable, a laser Straight and a turnoever Mid and I might as well have them all be the same mold.

Should I pick up a flat Jolly launcher md3 as this post above says they are unbeleivably straight, or should I stick with my Glow, and see what these KC Pro MD3's are all about? I ordered a 176G Prototype last night.

This coming off of getting a box of 2 2nd run fD. a G, S, and C pD's 2 days ago :p

SpikeHyzer 04-01-2015 07:03 PM

I think if you were to order a Flat JL MD3 and a P-MD3...they would fit the same niche for a short bit of time, but the P-MD3 would slowly season into a straight to slightly understable mid, where as the flat JL MD3 would stay in the sweet spot for a really long time. So...if you're going to order again, I'd order both and put both in the bag. Then...every time you want to throw the JL, throw the P twice as much...at least for the first month or so and see how it goes. This should help season the P-MD3 and still give you a feel for the flat JL MD3.

vogurt 04-01-2015 08:01 PM

Cool! Thanks, I'll see how it goes with the prototype; I don't like white or black discs usually haha. I also ordered a C dd2 and a P-P1X. I'm having a putter battle right now with P2, Atom, and P1x :p I need to commit to one haha I'm hoping the stiff P1x will be it

goeyj 04-01-2015 08:41 PM

I've been testing out the D-P1x as my straight-turnover putter. Also, GREAT for jump putts outside of 45 or so. It glides that extra distance my KC Aviars don't. This may simplify my throwing putter setup. Thinking of just going with a D-P1x and my gummy champ rhyno. Played with that setup a few times this week and didn't miss the KC Aviars with different stabilities at all.

A few more D and P line P1x on the way so more testing will ensue!

SpikeHyzer 04-02-2015 10:24 AM

The P1x is a very versatile putter mold. I've tested the X and D versions quite thoroughly over the past month or so. I putt with the D version and drive with the X version because of the extra notch of stability than it has over the D. I have some of the P's on order as well. Looking forward to testing these out for short drives. I agree with goeyj about how sweet these are for longer jump putts. They really hold a straight line and they seem to have a little more glide than other putters. Discmania has really hit a homerun with the P1x mold IMO.

JTacoma03 04-02-2015 09:13 PM

I'm thinking about personally also removing the MD2's from the bag in favor of the P-MD3. In one week it has become my favorite mid.

Rol6566 04-02-2015 09:31 PM

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Originally Posted by JTacoma03 (Post 2741882)
I'm thinking about personally also removing the MD2's from the bag in favor of the P-MD3. In one week it has become my favorite mid.

Thats what im worried about, i havent thrown the P-MD3 but I have a stack of various MD2 laying around that I dont want to be obsolete

Right now Im only throwing the MD2 for all my mid shots

I have one of the rare pearly/pop top c that is stupid OS that replaced my Glow Euro MD3

1 flat opaque C for my main mid

2 D for straight/understable shots

(pic of pearly MD2 attached)

vogurt 04-02-2015 09:37 PM

Good to hear :)

AlexJensen86 04-02-2015 10:32 PM

So I just got a x out cline p2 and in reference to an earlier post, the flight numbers are the same as the regular p2, not a 3 speed like the website was saying. So I am super happy about that and the plastic feels great and flies AWESOME. I love this thing after two one disc rounds, holes between 200 and 520 feet, it is exactly what I wanted. One D line for straight and annys, one c line for beefy straight to fade, and two plines for putting. switching from big beads to the p2 has been great. More throws on Saturday and get to test out the glow md3 I got.

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