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The Squall is one of those discs that can be easily overlooked because it does so many things well. I've been toying around recently with. Kastaplast Kaxe Z and it is very similar to a Squall but a tick more HSS.

I've got a Proline Squall with a slight puddle top that is beautifully straight with a dependable but mild fade. It's been on the bench for a while but I may have to revisit this mold to compliment the Kaxe Z with its line shaping ability.

This tweener speed 6 is an interesting way to look at a bag. With longer putters like Harp, Envy and Reko, you can do away with traditional mids like Rocs, Buzzz and go with a speed 3/4, 6, 9/10/11 setup and be all set. It's certainly a different way to look at a bag and cover all your shots. I'm experimenting with this idea and the Squall fits right in.
Like you, I love 6 speed discs. Zombee, Relay, Crave, Servo, Signal/Archer.

I think I could get by with a single 5 speed, probably an EMAC Truth.
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Old 09-30-2017, 04:08 AM
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Like you, I love 6 speed discs. Zombee, Relay, Crave, Servo, Signal/Archer.

I think I could get by with a single 5 speed, probably an EMAC Truth.
Flippier than a Buzzz, slower than a Squall, and a beaded disc you likely throw in lucid?
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Old 09-30-2017, 12:15 PM
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Flippier than a Buzzz, slower than a Squall, and a beaded disc you likely throw in lucid?
I don't throw anything with a big bead. Microbeads are OK.

Maybe a Claymore?
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Bump....

Picked up a d-line Squall yesterday and tried it out today - perhaps the glidiest mid not named Warship I've ever thrown. Look forward to trying a 1 disc round with this once more of the snow melts around here.
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Old 03-18-2019, 10:31 PM
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DGA has been putting out some swirly D-line beauties lately
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Old 03-18-2019, 10:53 PM
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Yes - mine is grey and swirly - beautiful disc.
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Old 03-18-2019, 11:01 PM
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I'm way good with my Flex Squalls, but I've been tempted on a few of those D-lines. Otbdiscs.com had a starburst swirl Squall that was like 114 grams I think. Def woulda grabbed that just because
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The D plastic is so grippy - perfect for cold and wet.
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Considering checking out the squall recently. Looking for something flatter than a comet that is kind of similar but a tick faster, mainly used for more controlled shots in the woods where I wouldn't want to step up to a driver but need more finesse than a Wasp. Being able to get D line is also a plus. (for reference, throwing Wasps accurately out to about 315')

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Considering checking out the squall recently. Looking for something flatter than a comet that is kind of similar but a tick faster, mainly used for more controlled shots in the woods where I wouldn't want to step up to a driver but need more finesse than a Wasp. Being able to get D line is also a plus. (for reference, throwing Wasps accurately out to about 315')
I have used the Squall for this slot; it works pretty well. The glide on it is pretty amazing, but more fade than a Comet in premium plastic. I have not tried it in D.

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