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if anyone is wondering, I like that Tursas a lot. It has a more driver-like rim than most mids I've thrown. very like an F7 junior, which is great because I use the F7. It's flight is very like the m4, though it's flying like a new disc, because it's new.

I have also spent a few rounds beating on my 300 M4, which is beating in quickly now that I'm focusing on that. It's now doing it, but it's also a softer material, which I'm less happy with off the tee. I do have a 400g M4, which I the feel of for tee shots, but it's not going to beat in like the 300.
So now I'll work on the Tursas for a while. it's VIP plastic but a terrible color for fall- I hope I can find it in the woods on a wayward shot~!
The Innova Wombat 3 a slightly understable disc is like a slow fairway like rim but more like a odd not quite driver but not truly midrange. Discraft has a few like this too, the Glide and the Stratus.
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Old 10-15-2018, 08:42 AM
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Old 10-15-2018, 09:25 AM
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My favorite understable mid is the Comet X. Enough understability to get a nice anny turn, but not so understable as to be flippy... She always flattens out unless I have a crap release. Fun disc to throw, and very predictable for me.
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Old 10-16-2018, 01:25 AM
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My favorite understable mid is the Comet X. Enough understability to get a nice anny turn, but not so understable as to be flippy... She always flattens out unless I have a crap release. Fun disc to throw, and very predictable for me.
My mom has the Comet in the old Elite X, nearly the same as X but both are such a good disc. She uses it when she plays or played as a short midrange disc, good choice for that slot.
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Old 10-16-2018, 10:26 AM
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Another nod for a DX Stingray. They do beat in fast but get to a point where they dont get any more understable. I've had the same beat one in my bag for years.
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