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View Poll Results: Best way to minimize molds for casual players
Multiple plastic types 23 40.35%
Multiple weights 5 8.77%
Beat in artificially by force 5 8.77%
Just use different molds 24 42.11%
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Old 11-30-2017, 11:59 PM
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You can pretty much make any disc do whatever the F you want with even halfway decent technique like my lame ass. All about the angles. Good stuff here. Sure some molds make XYZ throw "easier" but really comes down to understanding how to throw.

I mean... ? Dont think i need to say more lol.
No plz dont! Terrific examples of how all mvp even their "OS" discs are all flippy.
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Old 12-01-2017, 01:03 AM
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but wait how does the roadrunner fly compared to a comet and also compared to an impact?
I've actually been in a conversation where a guy compared Comets to Roadrunners. That guy was a classic torque monkey so anything less overstable than like a Demon would turn and burn, the fact that a guy who flipped over Banshees was throwing a Comet is still one of those enduring mysteries of life.

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Have you tried a baseline Roadrunner? I hear that’s what you need.
DX Roadrunners are the best.
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DX Roadrunners are the best.
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This makes me want a DXcal. Just think, the SeXcal/DXcal combo would move mountains.




Sorry OP, we tried to give you honest answers...until maximalism was brought into the conversation.

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Old 12-01-2017, 11:15 PM
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It's tough to answer the OP's question if he's only getting out a few times a month. He might not be getting in the reps to get familiar with the molds he decides to carry reguardless of the number. How diverse are the courses he throws? Surely, he won't need a full tourney bag if they're pitch and putt courses. What's the climate? Altitude? Throwing style? These things tend to factor into the number of discs/molds decision making process as well.
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Old 12-02-2017, 08:35 AM
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Disagree, which is why I'm not a mold minimalist and why I'm not interested at all in cycling discs. I'd rather have different discs thrown consistently than trying to constantly change how I throw one disc.

I No0Bs.

Thank you for creating the constant demand this decade for new molds! Us cyclists have a lot to thank you for.

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Old 12-02-2017, 08:37 AM
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This makes me want a DXcal. Just think, the SeXcal/DXcal combo would move mountains.
I knew that was you in my dreams last night.
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Old 12-02-2017, 09:54 AM
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I No0Bs.

Thank you for creating the constant demand this decade for new molds! Us cyclists have a lot to thank you for.

OG DX Thunderbirds?! Need I say more??
OG dx thb?

Dear f.

There is no way the thb is anywhere near OG status. And Dx at that.
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