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Old 11-15-2019, 10:00 AM
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Originally Posted by Streets View Post
What's the difference among the A series discs?

Also, is the M3 a good cycling mid?
The A2 is a tad faster and a good bit more OS than the A3. I use the A3 pretty much as I used to use a beat in Zone. The A1 is very OS, enough so to not be of use to my old arm. My A series usage is primarily for forehands unless the wind is flat out howling.

I have yet to meet a mid that wasn't a good cycling mid. If you want to cover all your midrange duties by cycling one disc I would start with something more OS than the M3 but it will take a long time to beat an M2 or MX3 to the point of being truly flippy.

I cycle my M4's although it is a long slow cycle. I also carry a 350g MX3 that I only throw if it is windy. It flies fairly similarly to an M2 but I like the bead and the plastic better than the M2 I was throwing.

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