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Old 09-27-2018, 10:28 PM
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I like flicking my Mf Roc3 a lot. I know it has a bead, I hated it at first. I really wanted to minimalize though so I touched it out for a week. After that I was hooked. It’s my go to fill up to strait or turnover fh disc. Before that I used a millennium QMS thought which is beadless, usually flat, and has a strait to US flight.


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Old 09-27-2018, 10:35 PM
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I mostly want this disc for practicing forehand hyzer flips and to use as a learning tool for my forehand. The only actual shot I would probably use it for is for tight fairway hyzer flips in the 200'-250' range. Maybe shorter standstill RHBH turnover as well. Really want something that I can power down on and still flip up to flat for those shorter shots.
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Old 09-28-2018, 07:34 AM
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I mostly want this disc for practicing forehand hyzer flips and to use as a learning tool for my forehand. The only actual shot I would probably use it for is for tight fairway hyzer flips in the 200'-250' range. Maybe shorter standstill RHBH turnover as well. Really want something that I can power down on and still flip up to flat for those shorter shots.
You want the Stari then. It will do that with clean form.
It's beadless and a dead flat top as a bonus.
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Old 09-28-2018, 10:33 PM
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I mostly want this disc for practicing forehand hyzer flips and to use as a learning tool for my forehand. The only actual shot I would probably use it for is for tight fairway hyzer flips in the 200'-250' range. Maybe shorter standstill RHBH turnover as well. Really want something that I can power down on and still flip up to flat for those shorter shots.
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Old 10-08-2018, 10:51 AM
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Buzzz, or Buzzz SS would work well I think
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Buzz or Mako3
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Old 10-08-2018, 10:39 PM
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I mostly want this disc for practicing forehand hyzer flips and to use as a learning tool for my forehand. The only actual shot I would probably use it for is for tight fairway hyzer flips in the 200'-250' range. Maybe shorter standstill RHBH turnover as well. Really want something that I can power down on and still flip up to flat for those shorter shots.
I noticed you got a Relay. I use it a fair amount as a understable mid on powered down shots both FH and BH. Give it a shot at this. Great for actual course use, but if you're just working on FH hyzerflip form it's not the disc for that, too intuitive and the gyro will hide form flaws. Better off with any putter or Buzzz type disc.
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Old 10-08-2018, 11:06 PM
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Try either a Mako3 or a Discmania MD. They’re both beadless and generally flat. I use a C-Line (Champion) MD for the shots you’re describing. Though it’s not something I use often. I pretty much only flick my MD for get out of trouble shots (mostly in the woods). I highly recommend the Star Mako3. Most of them are flat or very close to it. The Stars seem to start out more on the understable side of the spectrum than the Champs. Plus they beat up quicker than Champ, if it’s not flippy enough for you out the box.
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Old 10-09-2018, 07:32 AM
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I actually have begun to love the Fuse by Latitude 64. It claims to be stable on the disc, but glides right for me pretty easily when thrown flat with RHBH.

If you need even less stable, the is always the Discraft Archer. It is really understable and will really turn right with a RHBH.
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