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Atom 14 16.87%
Ion 44 53.01%
Anode 15 18.07%
Spin 3 3.61%
Tensor 2 2.41%
Tangent 8 9.64%
Matrix 8 9.64%
Vector 13 15.66%
Axis 11 13.25%
Relay 13 15.66%
Signal 2 2.41%
Resistor 19 22.89%
Servo 9 10.84%
Switch 3 3.61%
Shock 1 1.20%
Volt 50 60.24%
Amp 8 9.64%
Motion 5 6.02%
Tesla 20 24.10%
Inertia 17 20.48%
Impulse 5 6.02%
Phase 3 3.61%
Photon 17 20.48%
Wave 16 19.28%
Orbital 4 4.82%
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Old 12-09-2017, 04:08 PM
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To me, that type of flight is utility only. I have no use for either one and only see faf Firebirds used by forehanders who depend on anny release to play the sport.
Wow, called out lol. Nothing wrong with a little anny as long as its not the only shot in your bag.
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Old 12-09-2017, 04:30 PM
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Electrons are actually molded up slightly different. If you had to choose, go soft electron over medium; everyone I know prefers soft e over medium.
Well, yeah. I'm a fan of electron plastic, in general, though I do prefer the soft electron.
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Old 12-09-2017, 04:34 PM
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Not knowing what models are actually popular with MVP throwers, I voted for the molds I think should be popular. I've not thrown all of them, of course, so from among those that I've thrown. None of the distance drivers made my list because I can't take advantage of their speed--I can't get a good grip on the wide rims, for starters, and don't think I generate enough speed to take advantage of them anyway.
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To me, that type of flight is utility only. I have no use for either one and only see faf Firebirds used by forehanders who depend on anny release to play the sport.
Buddy of mine throws about like Moose (450 range for FHs) and can flick putters 300 feet no problem... he likes FAF birds cause he can lay into them into the wind and count on them, same reason I throw my motion into the wind on wide open 350 feet holes. He also chunks a FAF bird on short holes, like I throw my motion. 200 foot hole? Throw a hyzer, tap in your birdie. I love the motion for headwind and OS duties and a FAF bird is the same way.
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Yea, we dont always trust retailers since a lot of times they just try to push whatever is new and not always what is most popular. Legacy did us dirty like that. Plus I trust DGCR a lot more .
MVP wouldnt mislead their clients FWIW. They want their retail partners to succeed.
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Wow, called out lol. Nothing wrong with a little anny as long as its not the only shot in your bag.
I don't get it.
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Old 12-09-2017, 06:47 PM
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Volt and Ion for me
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Old 12-09-2017, 08:54 PM
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I'm just starting to throw the Volt in Fission (163) and the Envy in Neutron (173). I also have a Matrix in Proton (170). I like them all, but with just a few throws in on the Volt and Envy, I think the Volt might become a favorite for me among all my discs. I definitely like the feel of the Fission plastic best, though I haven't tried to get the others dirty and scuffed a bit to decrease their slipperiness.
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I don't get it.
Sounded like you were saying people who throw overstable discs cant really play.

Didnt take it personal, just read it that way.
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I went briefly insane and tried some GYRO. My findings:

Inertia, Relay, Servo and Resistor are all great drivers.

The mids are forgettable.

Ion is a fantastic thrower and goes as far as a mid on a good pull, which is great because their mids are so meh.

And electron isnt good. Just dont bother.
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