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Old 11-13-2019, 03:40 PM
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I see that "DGputtheads flightchart" places the MALTA in the same "row" as the Justice, MD5, Caiman. .And Marshalls flightguide has it as "very OS"

Sure the MALTA is OS . . but i don΄t think it΄s very OS

Or did i get a not-so-OS one ?
i threw a few different ones no way its that os
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Old 11-13-2019, 07:28 PM
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Yeah, no. It isn't that OS. I'd describe it as throwably overstable. Better BH than FH. Patterned on the Nebula that was an Ace Race mold that never saw mass production.
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Old 11-16-2019, 05:08 PM
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Yeah, no. It isn't that OS. I'd describe it as throwably overstable. Better BH than FH. Patterned on the Nebula that was an Ace Race mold that never saw mass production.
I felt one today and it did not strike me as a Nebula at all but that might be because it had a bead. I'm intrigued now though.
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Old 11-23-2019, 06:04 PM
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Okay, yeah it's a flat Nebula with a bead. I got one today and I can't wait to throw the bejeezus out of it to see how the flight compares. If it flies anything like a Nebula I will become Paul McBeth's no1 fanboi. I'm kind of perplexed though b/c DC told me the reason they never produced the Neb was b/c inconsistent molding. I'd think that adding a bead would add to that inconsistency but maybe not.

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Old 11-24-2019, 07:41 PM
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Got my 1st round in today, threw it a ton. It flies pretty similarly to the LE Z Nebulae they made awhile back. Very close to AR Nebulae, just a bit more HSS and a bit less glide which makes sense due to bead and flatness compared to most AR Nebulae. I'd say the Malta flies something like 0 HSS, maybe -.5 if you got that easy 400'+ power, and a solid 3 LSS. It's a workable fade more than a dumpy fade; it'll glide out on a hyzer line if you get a good rip on it. I think it'll beat in to a nice -.5, 2 eventually, like a seasoned Wasp.

I kept forgetting the name of it and called it the McMid, which eventually turned into the McRib.

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Old 11-25-2019, 02:58 AM
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Paul McMid would have been a KILLER name !!
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