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Old 12-04-2018, 11:04 PM
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The Stag for me can go very far without a lot of trouble. On days my knees are hurting and I can’t plant as hard they go about as far as my Kings.

Can hit 400 with those guys a lot of the time.
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Old 12-04-2018, 11:23 PM
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Oh, I don't disagree with it being too fast for mere mortals. I have made a point to hand it to every arrogant distance player I meet; the comeuppance is nice.

I keep it in my bag for forehand rollers and overhand shots.
I still have mine to revisit later but I couldn't get a clean release the few rounds I bagged it. If that uh, undercarriage was like a 1/4" smaller so there was a little more space between it and the rim I think it would be fine (if it didn't mess up the point of the thing to begin with).
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The Stag for me can go very far without a lot of trouble. On days my knees are hurting and I can’t plant as hard they go about as far as my Kings.

Can hit 400 with those guys a lot of the time.
The Stag kind of reminds me of a speed 8-9 Trespass. It's really easy to put on that full S-curve line and it just floats right on out there. I have no idea why they called it the Stag, it should've been called the Reindeer and the stamp looks like a moose.

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Old 12-05-2018, 03:19 AM
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Streamline Trace. I think they say its 11 speed but the rim is deffo smaller than my Wraiths. They can bomb too. Domey for stable if you have a big arm or flat for flippy and easy to get out there.

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Old 12-05-2018, 03:25 PM
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The Heat totally bombs with a small comfy rim. Same with the undertaker. Max distance I haven’t tried out too many however. The thrasher and the crank are fairly comfy in the hand (staying away from the nuke / boss rim width craziness).
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Old 12-05-2018, 03:43 PM
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The Tresspass is listed as speed 12, but feels less wide than most speed 12 discs, more like a Wraith (speed 11). The Tresspass is very comfortable to grip for a high speed driver, and flies a lot farther (and relatively more understable) than its listed flight numbers of 12,5,-1,3 would suggest.
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Old 12-05-2018, 03:50 PM
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The Tresspass is listed as speed 12, but feels less wide than most speed 12 discs, more like a Wraith (speed 11). The Tresspass is very comfortable to grip for a high speed driver, and flies a lot farther (and relatively more understable) than its listed flight numbers of 12,5,-1,3 would suggest.
I'd agree. I can throw absolute bombs with Trespasses. Very easy driver to throw. It'll turn, but usually not so much that it won't come back. I've actually had better luck with Trespasses than Sheriffs. The Sheriff is more finicky. It'll often flip and not come back. The Sheriff (and Captain) do have the Trespass beat on sheer distance though.

I've had a Trespass in and out of the bag, but I don't currently have one in there. It definitely flies like a speed 13-14 driver. Deceptively long. I think the only reason I don't bag one is that it can be finicky in wind.
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Old 12-05-2018, 05:22 PM
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The Tresspass is listed as speed 12, but feels less wide than most speed 12 discs, more like a Wraith (speed 11). The Tresspass is very comfortable to grip for a high speed driver, and flies a lot farther (and relatively more understable) than its listed flight numbers of 12,5,-1,3 would suggest.
I said this a page back, but I'll post again- the Trespass(and Enforcer) measure the same rim width as a Wraith. They're all .850" by my calipers.

And for anyone curious, a Thrasher and Punisher measure even smaller, at .825"-.830"ish.

Destroyer, Defender, Force, PD2, and XCal are all .900"-.910"ish, for reference.

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