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Old 06-18-2013, 06:45 PM
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Added my Polecat back in~

It can do eeeeverything. EEEEVERYTHING.
165g R-Pro, probably like, 4/10.

And since 4 is the limit on what I'll carry without a bag, and I need more than 5 discs in my Slim Jim for it to stand up, I also added an EZE Mercy, my ESP XL, and the Wasp. Although the Wasp is just filler, I've been using the Banshee on all of it's shots.

I can't decide between my Zero and EZE Mercy. The Zero is more HSS, even though it's very beat up, but in this heat it sticks to my fingers on putts. The EZE is flippier, but doesn't stick as much. So I guess I'm using both~

I want a Hard Mercy.
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Old 06-22-2013, 02:17 PM
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I got a King Cobra. It's shiny and new.

I need to do some work with my midranges. On the regular Cobra, I was either underpowering it, and getting no turn, or overpowering it, and turn/burn. And on the King Cobra, it was either flying like a regular Cobra, or a Wasp. Darn OAT. I'm so inconsistent c:

This should be my bag for a while, unless I add an overstable putter. There were a few shots today where the Mercy just wasn't up to it. Head windy/ very far right. And the Banshee would have over shot them.

I'll do a full write up later, when my information is more complete~
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Old 06-22-2013, 08:58 PM
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Just finished field working with my Cobra and King Cobra.

I figured out the appropriate amount of power to put into my Cobra. I think. We'll see next time I play.

The King Cobra. It's nice. Not quiiiiiite as stable as I thought it would be. Although it's definitely more stable than a fresh DX Cobra, by a decent amount. I don't think I'd give it 0 turn rating though. On a big hyzer, it holds the line very well. If you give it a slight hyzer, it'll flip up, but not for too long. Full power flat, it'll turn a little. 80% power flat, it was super straight, then fading by a okay amount. Like it's numbers say. It was pretty much exactly what I was expecting, except for the glide. I was impressed by the glide, it was just as good as my worn DX Cobra.

I do think I'll need an overstable putter based on what I saw tonight. Premi Jokeri, you're next on the list.

Oh, and....

DO NOT OAT THE KING COBRA, IT WILL MAGICALLY FLY INTO THE NEAREST BLACKBERRY PATCH. Seriously, every time I torqued it badly, or was extra oaty, it managed to find a patch of thorny plants and/or possibly poisonous plants. They're around the field I was in.

Don't think there's blackberries where you're playing? It'll probably land on top of a cactus. Or in a bear cave.
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Old 06-23-2013, 12:52 AM
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Cobras are nice.

I use to throw them before I got into comets.

I had 2 Flat Top DX ones and I have a Flat Top Champion Cobra. Man those discs were sweet.
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Old 06-23-2013, 08:02 AM
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Are they Classics or Ontarios?

The new King Cobras are Ontarios, they even have the tooling. But people complain about them because there's a little dome.
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Old 06-23-2013, 09:35 AM
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Are they Classics or Ontarios?

The new King Cobras are Ontarios, they even have the tooling. But people complain about them because there's a little dome.
They are the old mold so I guess classics?
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Old 06-23-2013, 12:06 PM
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Actually I think all the Champions are Ontarios. But I'm not sure on that.

They started with the Classic Cobra, which I think was just called the Cobra then It had a Stingray top, and a new beaded bottom. Then, Innova decided there was a hole in their midrange lineup, between the Roc and whatever was less stable, Panther maybe? They didn't have 500 midranges then, more like 5 So instead of making a new disc, they just changed the top on the Cobra to something to make it more stable. That's the Ontario Cobra. And a few years ago, they decided to change back to the old mold on the Cobra, for no apparent reason. They're Innova, whatever. So the current DXs are Classics, and the King Cobras are Ontarios.

I think I got it right.

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Old 06-23-2013, 08:43 PM
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lol it's cool man.

I like to read anything that has to do with Disc Golf.
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Old 06-23-2013, 09:04 PM
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lol it's cool man.

I like to read anything that has to do with Disc Golf.
I read too much about disc golf, I think I know too much, even about discs I don't throw. I should stop reading and get out and play
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Old 06-23-2013, 09:08 PM
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That's a nice bag you have, and for what it's worth, I think you would like the jokeri or even a dga breaker. And nice read on the cobras. My son loves his and its a straight turnover disc. your champ king cobra intrigues me.
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