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Old 12-16-2017, 02:39 PM
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Default Sirius JLS

My brother has the most experience with the MJLS and lost his only one recently. I threw older QJs (CE too) and Millennium plastic but never an SJLS...I was thinking of getting him a mid 160s Sirius as a small Christmas gift.

Anyone have much experience comparing them to older Millennium and Quantum runs? Any variations between Sirius runs? From a quick glance Marshallstreet has 1.2-1.4s in stock...
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Old 12-16-2017, 04:02 PM
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I didn't care for the SJLS. I found it molded up with a lot more dome than a QJLS or MJLS.

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Old 12-17-2017, 12:22 PM
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Sirius seasons especially slow imo, they do have more dome and alot less flex. Just get 2 mjls. And try a qj
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I didn't like the SJLS, but I forget why. I do recall feeling like the QJLS wasn't the beefy meathook compared to the MJLS that I was expecting. I got enough of the JLS vibe off of it that I really didn't feel like I needed to spend more money for an SJLS.
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All I needed to hear. Thank you!
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Just started throwing the JLS after years of not throwing one and now that I know how to throw a disc, man this is a great fairway driver. I bought 5 of the Sirius plastic and these babies are so good. I'd compare it to an fd with a tick less glide and not as much turn. Great for that sweet spot where you need a hyzer flip to flat or a flat shot that turns right but not into a roller
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