Old 01-24-2019, 06:14 PM
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So,I always hear people compare the m4 to the comet. However that has never been my experience. The m4 is more torque resistant and faster than the comet. I recently ordered a 300 glow M4 from the prodigy pro shop and it is the domiest M4 I have ever seen. After throwing it a bit today I can safely say I have found an M4 that flies very similar to a comet. Unfortunately the thing I like about the M4 is how it feels on forehands and this one is not comfortable for forehand.
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Old 01-25-2019, 12:50 PM
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Always wondered if the M4 leaned more Comet or Buzzz. I tried an esp Buzzz SS & it was very close to a Buzzz (go figure).

Would like to try a 400g M4 to see how stable it is.
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Old 01-25-2019, 08:00 PM
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Mine is very Meteor like. It's not terribly flippy but it will hold an anny line if you give it enough juice. Very straight and Buzzz like when powered down. I think it's a 400 s or g and it's puddle topped.
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Originally Posted by Stable View Post
Always wondered if the M4 leaned more Comet or Buzzz. I tried an esp Buzzz SS & it was very close to a Buzzz (go figure).

Would like to try a 400g M4 to see how stable it is.
Its like a worn ESP Buzzzz, or a ESP Buzzz SS or Mako3 but I feel the M4 has a faster flight, flips up and a little over to hold then late fade back, when new and max weight it may be fairly stable but wears into flippy after a lil bit. I have a small stack and I have a few super flippy (but most wear on them) some are 5/5/-2/1 and one 'glow' plastic that is like 5/5/-0.5/2 - I would say you cannot go wrong with an M4 in 400G 170-180g if you want a moderately US midrange disc. I pair it with a Buzzz and it feels like they were made by the same folk - ESP Buzzz and 400G M4 feel VERY similar

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Bump. I'm just wondering if Prodigy will ever run M4s in 350g plastic again. I'm hoping Prodigy will read this, and act upon it...
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