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Old 03-24-2010, 10:12 AM
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Originally Posted by zenbot View Post
My reasons for using the Gator were best said on DGR (when they actually used to review discs/update their site).



At that point it digs into the ground and stays put.
When a disc is overstable, it is pulling left while it still has a good bit of speed. In my experience, this does not often lead to a disc hitting the ground and staying put due to the fact that it has to be thrown harder to go a particular distance and still has more momentum when hitting the ground than other discs. I agree overstable mids do not skip as much as drivers, but they still skip. Why I like discs like the XXX is that they seem to skip more consistently and predictably than overstable mids.
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