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rallyguy 06-07-2015 04:33 PM

MD's in the store soon?

vogurt 06-08-2015 11:06 AM

Any plans to run P-fd2?

What's up with your Pro line DD's compared to all the other P lines? I had a pd2 even that was flippy on me but the past couple weeks and even in my two tournies this week I was absolutely crushing my 169g P line DD... Just no turn, glides for days straight, and then falls down. I had to have hit 450 feet on 2 holes this weekend. Not to mention I crushed 3 trees at full power and there literally wasn't even a scratch, which just isn't what pro does... haha. This stuff is like star. I need to buy all of the P-line DD's. Also another plus? They have awesome swirls in the plastic too.. Might have just found my workhorse controlled distance driver. my cPD is a bit straighter, but when I need that straight bomb to fade, P line DD every single time, unless heavy wind.

I remember aiming directly between two trees down the middle 400' down the fairway and going right between those two trees and than far past that both holes in my doubles round yesterday.. Just a laser!

Keep doing to the Pro plastic whatever you are doing with them in the DD mold :P

vogurt 06-08-2015 12:08 PM

Or an S-line FD2 maybe. Just curious, as if there is any pro line disc that actually has full HSS like the DD does, I'm throwing it... There's so much grip and glide in that plastic.

JTacoma03 06-08-2015 05:31 PM

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Originally Posted by vogurt (Post 2785464)
Or an S-line FD2 maybe. Just curious, as if there is any pro line disc that actually has full HSS like the DD does, I'm throwing it... There's so much grip and glide in that plastic.

P-Line PD2's are my flavor of the week, and they fit that bill. Plus it makes me feel like a badass to say "PD2" when people ask what the disc was. :cool: ;)

vogurt 06-08-2015 07:03 PM

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Originally Posted by JTacoma03 (Post 2785706)
P-Line PD2's are my flavor of the week, and they fit that bill. Plus it makes me feel like a badass to say "PD2" when people ask what the disc was. :cool: ;)

The one I had flipped on me at any hint of a power throw :( I made sure I wasn't rolling my wrist or anything. Maybe I got an odd one..

vogurt 06-08-2015 07:14 PM

I can throw my S-line Pd2 plenty far as well, Maybe i'll have to check out another P line sometime. My dog might have become friends with my first one.

Flick Maniac 06-09-2015 03:52 AM

Yeah i dont have the arm for normal PD2s either, but beat me up a P-PD2 and Im good to enter warp speed. This one really eaten up even flips for me.

sandelius 06-10-2015 03:08 PM

What is the recommended mid-range from Discmania for straight / straight and fade to the right shots? I'm RHBH.

JTacoma03 06-10-2015 06:22 PM

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Originally Posted by sandelius (Post 2787201)
What is the recommended mid-range from Discmania for straight / straight and fade to the right shots? I'm RHBH.

Our newest Midrange, the "MD", which officially made it's debut yesterday fits that flight pattern exactly. It went immediately into my bag. Check it out:

http://store.discmania.net/index.php...c-line-md.html

Sir-Hucks-A-Lot 06-10-2015 07:49 PM

Without starting a bunch of "VS." threads, can throwers or reps please comment on the MD in comparison with discs like the Mako/Mako3? I LOVED the feel of the Mako3 in the hand, but found it a bit touchy for my swing consistency. A touch more torque resistance with similar flight characteristics would be right up my alley.


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