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Old 02-29-2020, 09:13 PM
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Currently in the cart:

Proto destroyer
*D destroyer
2 line AJ destroyer
3 line AJ destroyer
Early run s-line PD with patent #
CE Teebird X
CE Eagle X
2 pearly 11x KC Pro Teebirds
Proto Destroyers are almost magically good. I think it was those discs that got the whole Destroyer hype started in the first place. IMO they're still the best run of star Destroyers ever made. Absolutely great throwers.
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Old 03-01-2020, 12:23 PM
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I’ve had most of mine since they were stock.
Le ESP Comet at times
Bar stamp Buzzz
eMac Wasp?
Stb Teebird
11x Teebird
Totem JL Teebird
FaF Firebird?
All my distance drivers aren’t worth anything as far as I know
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Old 03-01-2020, 10:59 PM
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Proto Destroyers are almost magically good. I think it was those discs that got the whole Destroyer hype started in the first place. IMO they're still the best run of star Destroyers ever made. Absolutely great throwers.
Nailed it! Ive had and still do some great destroyers but protos are ridiculous good. I just bought a used one the other day to sorta replace a super beat one and this thing was barely thrown! Took it out for the first time today and didnt have a single bad throw with it. Lately Ive been trying out some Kong/zeus, cloud breakers, raiders, pharaohs and this thing out drove them all today and its close to 13 years old. Those things are so $$$

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Old 03-02-2020, 12:21 AM
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Everything in my bag/cart is stock right now. I did just pay $40 for a '17 Jennifer Allen Teebird & it will probably sit in my unused box for a few years while I cycle my other two JA Teebirds.

It's not like beefy Teebirds are hard to find. I guess I really wanted to sustain some consistency in that spot.
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Old 03-02-2020, 06:29 AM
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I bag an early 12x run opaque faf firebird and an esp le comet. The rest of my bag is nothing special (stock runs from the last 5 years or so)
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