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Old 12-07-2018, 08:09 PM
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Default Multiple Bags of Discs... different MFGs

I know I'm not the only disc golfer that's tried hundreds of different molds, buying and selling hundreds of discs. I currently have 13 different bags of discs that I can grab and go play a round. Complete bags. I have two full Vibram bags I use to play in wet weather. I like my Trilogy bags in the winter and I play with Innova in the summer. I also have three mixed bags for practice rounds. I know this is crazy excessive, but I like all of the discs I own at the moment. I have severely cut cut down on purchasing discs in the last two years, but a couple of decades of purchasing and selling have left me with a lot of throwers.

My question is... "Am I the only one that doesn't have a main bag on this forum?"
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Old 12-07-2018, 08:52 PM
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I have enough for it, but haven't organized it that way other than an MVP bag.
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Old 12-07-2018, 09:02 PM
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I have the discs to do this, but not the bags. I often rotate discs in and out of my bag for a round or two to try them out on the course. Before I decide whether I really like a disc or not I have to determine how it works in the field and on the course.

I like the concept though. I like being able to throw numerous different companies' molds consistently.
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Old 12-07-2018, 09:28 PM
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I've got a small Vibram bag and a MVP/Axiom bag. I could easily make a Trilogy, Innova/DM/Millennium, and Discraft/DGA bag but I'm running out of bags. One of my bags is currently a tool bag for the course I'm installing. I always go to my mixed bag for competition though b/c there are too many molds across companies I consider integral to my game.
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Old 12-07-2018, 10:33 PM
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I know I'm not the only disc golfer that's tried hundreds of different molds, buying and selling hundreds of discs. I currently have 13 different bags of discs that I can grab and go play a round. Complete bags. I have two full Vibram bags I use to play in wet weather. I like my Trilogy bags in the winter and I play with Innova in the summer. I also have three mixed bags for practice rounds. I know this is crazy excessive, but I like all of the discs I own at the moment. I have severely cut cut down on purchasing discs in the last two years, but a couple of decades of purchasing and selling have left me with a lot of throwers.

My question is... "Am I the only one that doesn't have a main bag on this forum?"
I have a main bag, but I can put together a variety of complete bags based upon certain criteria. I have an All-Axiom/MVP bag. I can put together an all-Champion-plastic bag, an all-DX bag, an all-Trilogy bag, etc. In October, I have an all-pink bag, and can have an all-orange bag for Hallowe'en.

I do have a physical bag that has discs for a very short, very technical (all woods) course near where I live. Oderwise, I use the main Crunchbox to carry whatever I put together.
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Old 12-07-2018, 10:37 PM
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ive been recently thinking about the idea that all discs fly and having a core lineup is fine (volts and ions) and the rest are funzies just grab whatever loose discs are laying around in my trunk for the round and have some fun

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Old 12-07-2018, 10:39 PM
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I bought the $40 Innova single strap bag that holds ~18 discs when I started. Filled it with Innova/Discmania because that's what the guy that got me started playing was throwing, as well as the most popular/available in the area. Been wanting a backpack bag for a couple years now, so my wife bought me a Commander last year for my birthday. You guessed it- I filled that sucker with Trilogy(mostly DD) plastic. Then I went and bought a Trooper because I couldn't help myself, and filled it with Discraft. Always wanted to try other plastics. Might have gone overboard...
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Old 12-07-2018, 10:40 PM
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I have a Trillogy, Innova and close on MVP.

Had a Salient bag at one point, and close on a Discraft and tons or random discs from many brands.

I only actually own two backpacks and a Nutsac, so they aren’t all ready to go especially since my main one is mixed.

It’s really easy to get carried away.
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Old 12-07-2018, 11:47 PM
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I do it for for fun. But if I'm gonna play a course for reals and want to give my best I have go to Disc bag that has proven to work well for my style and comforatability. But I have alternate fun bags, like an MVP bag and a Vibram bag too.
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Old 12-08-2018, 01:32 AM
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My main bag is mostly Innova with a few discs from other brands that go in and out. I also have an all RDG/Faction bag and an all Legacy Bag. I guess I need more bags to put all these other discs in.
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