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Old 11-20-2019, 05:55 PM
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Originally Posted by Sydex View Post
Well, then what plastic doesn't bounce? Each type of plastic has their own pros and cons. For example, stiff plastics roll. As a GStar thrower, I've personally never experienced any excessive "bounce." My fiancee throws a GStar Colt and I've never seen it bounce any more or any less than any other plastic.

But the point was Innova markets GStar as not being prone to bouncing. My experience is consistent with what the video shows. https://youtu.be/_IOhzpoai2k?t=110
I have seen the Special Steady Ed Putter plastic not bounce ever nor does R-Pro if floppy enough, stiff R-Pro will bounce bad. I have seen modern Pro D and DX have the least bounce of stiff plastics if it is the softer versions.

Nice I agree that G-Star does the one bounce and flop often up a tad from the height of the disc at about 6 inches then right down to the ground. It does the one bounce and flop so that is good.

Worst bounce is Z/Champion as that recoils bad, reason my Champion Valkyrie can get good forward ground skips.
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