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Old 06-11-2019, 02:48 AM
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^Typo? I throw mids a good bit farther than 250' and certainly do not need an anhyzer release for straight shots
Sure, but you are probably better than me . . i can throw a Buzzz SS farther than 250, but at 250 it goes straight and lands flat for me. more power than that the SS starts to fly more on a smal "S-curve" . .and even more power it slowly turns and dont really come back much at the end
Over 250 i club up to a normal Buzzz. . .but i really like the SS for that low "super straigth through a tight gap" throw in the 200-260 range
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Old 06-11-2019, 10:02 AM
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In most cases I do agree. In this case I think the original owner put their artistic touch to a probably fine disc, changed the flight characteristics, and then bailed on it. The artwork wasn't anything impressive and I am glad I thought to scrape it off. I actually got 2 birdies using it as my driver on 2 shorter holes yesterday. It still does not seem to fly true but with a little anny it will fly pretty far and straight then end with a fairly big fade.
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Old 06-11-2019, 10:05 AM
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Nah, you can tell it has been thrown a few times but it is in really good shape and perfectly readable. Thanks for the idea though.
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Old 06-11-2019, 01:08 PM
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Thanks for the disc recommendations! I will keep them in mind when I purchase a new disc for sure. Even though my ss isn't doing what I thought it should do I am learning to make it work. With just a little anny I can get it to go straight for a fair distance now before it fades left
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