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Casey 1988 07-30-2020 07:07 PM

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Originally Posted by Casey 1988 (Post 3613276)
#2 Driver From Lighting Gotta Go Gotta Throw has the discs in stock. It floats under 170 grams for longer then 15-20 minutes like the 172 gram my Brother lost.

I forget the mold is only made 170-175 grams. The disc should float longer if below 172 grams.

mojorooks 08-05-2020 10:41 AM

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Star Firebird
R-pro Rhyno

Both of these were needed additions and go directly in my bag. The Firebird replaces a plasma Tesla. I love the near glow-in-darkness it. The Rhyno is a new slot for me and is my first forray into overstable putters and has actually already been used a couple times. True to its description it always lands NEAR the basket, not in HAHA!!! But I do love how when it lays down, it stay down.

R-Ogre 08-05-2020 12:02 PM

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Originally Posted by mojorooks (Post 3615141)
Star Firebird
R-pro Rhyno

Both of these were needed additions and go directly in my bag. The Firebird replaces a plasma Tesla. I love the near glow-in-darkness it. The Rhyno is a new slot for me and is my first forray into overstable putters and has actually already been used a couple times. True to its description it always lands NEAR the basket, not in HAHA!!! But I do love how when it lays down, it stay down.

Innova really kills it with the fluorescent Star plastic.

mojorooks 08-05-2020 01:45 PM

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Originally Posted by R-Ogre (Post 3615162)
Innova really kills it with the fluorescent Star plastic.

When I looked earlier in the year all the star plastics were duller colors. I ordered this one on discgolfcenter and thought it was going to be a dull yellow. Geez that thing is bright:thmbup:

I was pleasantly surprized.

R-Ogre 08-05-2020 02:04 PM

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Originally Posted by mojorooks (Post 3615207)
When I looked earlier in the year all the star plastics were duller colors. I ordered this one on discgolfcenter and thought it was going to be a dull yellow. Geez that thing is bright:thmbup:

I was pleasantly surprized.

Itís unpredictable, thatís for sure. I have a Star firebird and Valkyrie that look like the exact same orange Star blend, one fluoresces and one doesnít.

azplaya25 08-05-2020 03:10 PM

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Iíve been looking for a straight flyer to go with my eagles and OLFís. Kinda dig the old school molds and I have small hands so after some research I settled on the QJLS. This Q plastic is super nice, picked up three of them, this one has some nice swirls in it

wolfhaley 08-05-2020 07:47 PM

You'll like them. Sneaky good mold.

DoWork 08-06-2020 10:38 PM

In my continued lust for all things FD, I grabbed the last two neon yellow metal flake C-line FDs with the skullboy stamp on Infinite.

Should be a great plastic in that mold, never thrown the flake but the glow C-line has some nice wind resistance to it.

Casey 1988 08-09-2020 03:21 AM

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Originally Posted by R-Ogre (Post 3615162)
Innova really kills it with the fluorescent Star plastic.

That and the easy to see Champion Plastics in Pink, Orange, and Green/Chartreuse. I have discs in mostly the last Green color but a garbage Archon that lacks most of its glide in the easy to find Pink that is more my US max distance headwind disc.

R-Ogre 08-10-2020 03:30 PM

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Local shop got a big innova order. What with the Rona Iím trying to buy from them when they have stuff I throw. Hadnít tried a Valk in GStar before, thought it might be fun. This one fluoresces which is cool and not something I usually see with GStar.


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