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Purchased: G9i wizard, (2) fossil fuel wizards, OG wizard, Champ TB, KC 11x TB.

Rakamkram threw in a Wizard mini, 150 Polecat and a Birdie. He is the man. Someday I will shake his hand.
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Old 03-24-2019, 09:04 PM
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Just Bought Two Proline Titanic for a hot weather putter in place of the Jawbraker Magnets will have one in bag, my old stiff Pro D Magnet might then come out.
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Old 03-25-2019, 02:19 PM
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Old 03-31-2019, 02:03 AM
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Just Bought Two Proline Titanic for a hot weather putter in place of the Jawbraker Magnets will have one in bag, my old stiff Pro D Magnet might then come out.
Just got the discs Friday both white though one I made light blue using a Sharpie and Rubbing alcohol on a paper towel then putting a bit of Sharpie on the part of towel with rubbing alcohol and rubbing it on the disc I did the Sharpie die the disc plastic to tell the two discs apart, white is the long putter more beat in, well what I could do to Proline as Proline is like a tougher X plastic and the blue dye disc is the shorter putter. Had to sand off the parts where the mold has a micro part of the flashing.

I tried out the discs on Saturday March 30, 2019 a few throws. The Proline Titanic discs fly just like a barely slower Magnet due to being a tad higher because the disc have slightly different nose then the Magnet, think of it as the L and X nose with X being the original less tall nose on the Magnet. I will try the discs out more on Sunday to see if I like them.
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Old 03-31-2019, 06:33 PM
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^To above post.

Just bought 2 more of the Proline Titanic/Magnets with taller nose.
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Old 03-31-2019, 06:35 PM
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If you ever find out you can't get an Aero, a Rubber Putter is as close as you can get. Another mold that is a small diameter Areo is a Dart.
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Old 03-31-2019, 06:55 PM
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If you ever find out you can't get an Aero, a Rubber Putter is as close as you can get. Another mold that is a small diameter Areo is a Dart.
Ive messed around with some darts but they just dont hit the floaty lines I need tho I have only tried champ. I have heard about the rubber putters will get one for, god forbid, a backup if somethi g happens to my aeros
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Old 03-31-2019, 06:57 PM
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Snagged 2 more Kongs from Hazy Shade and a baby blue pro destroyer, new from the used bin! Saw a champ wraith in the new post jolly launcher blend. Very excited for those. I hate hate hate jolly launcher. Too stiff and not enough grip. The new blend isn't quite as velvety as old pfn stuff but not nearly so slick as JL.

Will be going back to snag it very soon now that I found my full stamp card and will get a free disc!
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Old 03-31-2019, 07:06 PM
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Ive messed around with some darts but they just dont hit the floaty lines I need tho I have only tried champ. I have heard about the rubber putters will get one for, god forbid, a backup if somethi g happens to my aeros

Tip if this helps, a Rubber Putter is a Areo old mold The Eagle-X with a bead on it. A Rubber Putter feels like a Putter version of a Comet, flies like that too. Rubber Putter is the oldest or one of the oldest true disc golf disc you can still buy new from a store besides some of the Wham-O toy Frisbee's that Wright Life Discs still makes and/or sells like the Wham-O Fastback and the Pro Model.

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Old 04-03-2019, 05:48 PM
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Proshop got another visit. Picked up a lower weight g* Roadrunner, max g* eagle l, mac weight champ gazelle, 2 g-line md3s, and max weight star aviar3.
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