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Old 11-01-2018, 01:21 PM
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I have an array of these suckers now - Swirly Icon - Flippy (ish) - Museum Mansion stamp Icon slight turn, trust stable most bombs - Pearly Pinnacle the perfect amount of turn like perfectly worn in -- Another Pearly Pinnacle that is a tick more OS than my bomber one --- First run Pinnacle still most OS of the Run

I hear this new Pinnacle is stupid OS? I could kinda tell by feeling them out in the store - kinda sad, I found the 2 slightly turnable Outlaws to be my favorite and really trusty - too bad this consistency thing is affecting Legacy as well. Any word on Patriots? I have 4 Pats now and love em but curious if the new run is way different?
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Old 11-03-2018, 09:18 PM
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Just received my new pink swirly icon bottom stamp. I'll test it out tomorrow. Certainly would not call it domey, but seems to be similar to my pinnacle that flys far
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Old 11-03-2018, 10:30 PM
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We're supposed to have 17mph wind with 75% chance of rain for the final round Sunday. I'm dusting off the silver surfer legend outlaw for potential big boy gusts.


It's been a while since I've posted in the Outlaw thread but my cycle set up is about the same.

Most to least stable:

175 silver legend (da beef)
175 red production icon (overstable)
175 white FR icon (main backhand 370-410' and forehand 310')
175 red SR icon (flat and not for headwinds; backhand 390-425' on a tight flex; forehand 330')
173 purple production icon (understable hyzer flip)
168 blue SR icon (tailwind bomber; needs room to work to 440' max)

I've got so many Outlaw backups I really need to think through which ones I want/need to work into the cycle... first world problems

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Old 11-05-2018, 12:10 AM
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Some quick highlights 2018 Lee Naquin... Cam Colglazier won open by 6 shots, he pretty good.

So good news is it didn't rain, bad news is a similar 17mph R to L crosswind as last year turned my now seasoned production red into the ground 150' early on the same flex line.

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My seasoning go to stable red icon production workhorse flexed nicely 410' for an easy tap in on a less than 20' high, sustained 17mph R to L crosswind with stronger gusts that was flipping less stable discs far to the right or burning them straight to the ground.
175 silver legend [dumbass left it in the car]
175 red production icon (overstable) [had a birdie 30' uphill flick with 300' power on a stable straight line in a strong R to L Flipped like a bitch on my slightly over turned flex
175 white FR icon (main backhand 370-410' and forehand 310') [parked a 360' slightly uphill on a hyzer Also, flipped to hit tree and fall OB water on a 420' R to L wind
175 red SR icon (flat and not for headwinds; backhand 390-425' on a tight flex; forehand 330') [tailwind slight flip up to flat for a 425' less than 8' lazer with a sweeping 50' late fade
173 purple production icon (understable hyzer flip) [450' sky turnover on a L to R helping tailwind]
168 blue SR icon (tailwind bomber; needs room to work to 440' max) [hit the ceiling on 380' tunnel #1]

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Old 03-24-2020, 10:34 AM
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I hyzered out my overstable 175 silver surfer legend Outlaw 25' deep into the lake yesterday It has been my beefy big wind fighter for years I put it on a flex line away from the water but a light grip slip and she gone.

It was too OS for my sidearm, would straighten out in 20+mph headwinds buts it's rarely that windy in Memphis, I have three others, so I shouldn't be that upset, right

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Old 10-16-2020, 03:22 AM
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Is the consensus still 170+ icon outlaws are the move for OS but workable? Also, are the Candy pinnacles still all the beef?
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Old 10-16-2020, 04:30 PM
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So I grabbed a new 169 Pinnacle Outlaw last weekend for $10 and I've gotten 1 throw with it that I know is not how it flies (too much Hyzer). It's a really nice Pink and has an amazing tacky grip. I've never felt a disc that feels like it feels in terms of grip/flex. What should I expect flight wise with 425'+ power?
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Old 10-16-2020, 08:40 PM
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I throw 166-169 Pinn Outlaws as my main Max D disc. They’re like a beaten-in Destroyer out of the box. Released flat they will drift quite a bit to the right and finish hard. As they beat in they’ll lose the finish a bit. For me they are best thrown low with a little bit of hyzer, they go far in a hurry.

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Old 10-16-2020, 11:51 PM
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Outlaws have always intrigued me. How do they feel in the hand? Kind of deep like a Destroyer or more shallow like a Trespass or Katana?
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Old 10-17-2020, 11:34 AM
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Outlaws have always intrigued me. How do they feel in the hand? Kind of deep like a Destroyer or more shallow like a Trespass or Katana?
Extremely similar to a destroyer. I can barely tell a difference besides the plastic feel.

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