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In my experience, the concave factory pig is more durable and more overstable than my Ricky pig. I like the Ricky pig more and I use it for straighter sidearms that hit and stick. If I need more OS or a skip, I go with a Gator.
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Old 03-07-2020, 11:01 AM
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KC Glow Pigs ran for 2020 LVC. Really hope these get several more runs

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I felt up an R-Pro Pig at PIAS today. It was firmer than I expected. I've never thrown one but I liked the shape of the rim & the plastic felt great.

I guess the shape of the mold makes it difficult to make in Star or Champion?

I would use it as a thrower & would be annoyed if it got straight to flippy on me.
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I felt up an R-Pro Pig at PIAS today. It was firmer than I expected. I've never thrown one but I liked the shape of the rim & the plastic felt great.

I guess the shape of the mold makes it difficult to make in Star or Champion?

I would use it as a thrower & would be annoyed if it got straight to flippy on me.
Beat em up really good and they will flip over with FH, they come back, but it will take you off the line. Backhand they don't seem to have a problem, just wear into real straight. like the Rhyno.

A beat in one is absolute money for shorter touch forehands or approaches though. You can safely back off the power and not get any early fade.
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I felt up an R-Pro Pig at PIAS today. It was firmer than I expected. I've never thrown one but I liked the shape of the rim & the plastic felt great.

I guess the shape of the mold makes it difficult to make in Star or Champion?

I would use it as a thrower & would be annoyed if it got straight to flippy on me.
The Innova Factory Store had a Blizzard Champion Pig only at Max weight or 174-175 grams in the limited section. This was more a good Blizzard Champion plastic and not the crap for the lightweight discs.
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