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Old 09-21-2017, 12:41 PM
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I got my first PD in the mail yesterday, after throwing starfires for a while but hearing everyone talk about the PD was a better disc for that slot. Anyway, it's a real cool looking swirly blue shield stamp P PD. Star plastic is pretty grippy, not as stiff as a lot of the swirled star plastic is on like Jerm thunderbirds though. Newer runs are supposed to be pretty stable right?

I don't know how to edit and I can't find an obvious button. I meant I got an S line.
Every one of the newer run S-Line PDs I've tried has been a great discs. Mine are also blue and have a nice flex to them along with a pretty flat top. Just digging my thumb into them I know that it's a disc that I can rip and trust to do stable things.
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Old 09-21-2017, 01:10 PM
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Sometimes I'm really happy that I'm a little addicted to buying from the Factory Store. A couple of years ago I bought a couple S-PDs from the store for a few bucks, one of them was in and out of the bag a few different times.. Volt and Thunderbird both tried to take it out but didn't succeed. Now I have two S-PDs in the bag. One with a decent bit of flip that flattens out but comes back at the end, one that's reliable and always overstable. Think I have 3-4 from that batch a few years ago, all patent #, all awesome.
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Old 09-21-2017, 03:09 PM
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Need some back up ten year aniversary's. would be willing to trade. got some limited run freak stamps if your's are new.
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Old 09-21-2017, 03:15 PM
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I am worried about the P-Line. Are they really going OOP?
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Old 09-22-2017, 10:35 AM
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If they are we need to know. The plines I have resemble star more than p and are money. Long, very long stable finish. The plastic is a bit rigid for p and just the right amount of tack.
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Old 09-22-2017, 02:39 PM
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I would venture a guess that Discmania just doesn't have Innova run nearly as many P-line discs for them. Right now, there's not a P-line md3 or pd2 to be found anywhere. There also isn't a lot of metal flake out there right now, either. It kinda seems like that's Discmania's thing- run a bunch of stuff in a certain type of plastic, let it sell out, and then it goes into high demand when people can't find it anymore. How much do you wanna bet that people are going to be desperately searching out luster plastic next summer? Seems like they ran everything in that blend not too long ago.

Who knows when they'll do another run. Maybe never. If you really have to have a P-line pd, buy a back up while there are still some out there, and start/keep beating in an S-line in case they go away.
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Old 09-22-2017, 05:38 PM
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Which brings up another question, since they are OOP do I need to horde them?
I doubt they're oop.
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Old 09-23-2017, 08:58 AM
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I doubt they're oop.
This is from the Discmania Official Thread from Discmania Support

P-Line PD was not one of the more popular discs to be made and we did not want to sink another major investment into something that people won't want to buy. We do have some left and will do our best to get those back in stock for you. Thanks for the question and keep an eye out for some of those popping up in the near future.

Before I found the Alpha I would've been extremely needy of P-PDs but no longer.
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Old 09-23-2017, 11:13 AM
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This is from the Discmania Official Thread from Discmania Support

P-Line PD was not one of the more popular discs to be made and we did not want to sink another major investment into something that people won't want to buy. We do have some left and will do our best to get those back in stock for you. Thanks for the question and keep an eye out for some of those popping up in the near future.
I knew I read it mentioned somewhere. Went ahead and ordered 3 more.
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Old 09-23-2017, 11:20 AM
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Yeah just ordered the last two purples from marshal. 173g. Not exactly the color or weight I wanted but..hey i got backups.
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