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Old 12-21-2020, 08:30 PM
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Default What disc will you never buy again?

What’s a mold you bought, threw, but wouldn’t ever buy again?

For me it’s a DX Beast. If I threw it hard, it would cutroll every time. If I threw it at 60%, it would fly ok, but I would be much better off throwing a lower speed at 80%
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Old 12-21-2020, 08:33 PM
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I'll say anything faster than an '11'. I've bagged Terns & Destroyers but I don't think I'll use anything that fast again.

A mold that I really loved was the Banger GT but I won't buy another because of that big bead.

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Old 12-21-2020, 08:39 PM
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Wizard, Roc, Teebird, Zone, Buzzz, Comet, Firebird, JLS, Ion, Crave, Destroyer, Roadrunner, Force, OLF, PD, Wraith, Valkyrie, Eagle, Leopard, Wasp, Stego, Aviar, Banger, Magnet, Rhyno, Proxy, Omega, Sentinel, um...


Do I win DGCR for today? (sorry I don't **** with those newer companies and molds)

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Old 12-21-2020, 08:58 PM
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Wizard, Roc, Teebird, Zone, Buzzz, Comet, Firebird, JLS, Ion, Crave, Destroyer, Roadrunner, Force, OLF, PD, Wraith, Valkyrie, Eagle, Leopard, Wasp, Stego, Aviar, Banger, Magnet, Rhyno, Proxy, Omega, Sentinel, um...


Do I win DGCR for today? (sorry I don't **** with those newer companies and molds)
Lol- only throws Yikun I guess.

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Old 12-21-2020, 09:03 PM
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Hmmmm. Ones that I actually bought, but never would again (at least not for me) include:
Aviar
Rhyno
Eagle
Skeeter
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Old 12-21-2020, 09:27 PM
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Like GripEnemy, I could give a very long list of discs that I have tried but do not intend to put into my bag again. Some because I do not like them, and others because I don't need to carry 40 different putter molds (or midranges or drivers) that all do about the same thing.

Lots of folks try a variety of discs out, and narrow down what they stick with. It would be remarkable if a person were to build a bag, and determine the perfect setup for them on the first try.

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Old 12-21-2020, 09:29 PM
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Man, I was just sitting here wondering what disc seeds has tried and will never buy again.

Thanks for clearing that up!

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Old 12-21-2020, 09:33 PM
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Hydra
Mamba
Wombat
Magic
anything in Discraft base line D plastic
Anything from Dynamic Discs
oh heck
There are probably a lot more

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Hmm, from the thread title I can only pick one?

Innova Wedge
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Like GripEnemy, I could give a very long list of discs that I have tried but do not intend to put into my bag again. Some because I do not like them, and others because I don't need to carry 40 different putter molds (or midranges or drivers) that all do about the same thing.

Lots of folks try a variety of discs out, and narrow down what they stick with. It would be remarkable if a person were to build a bag, and determine the perfect setup for them on the first try.
I was being silly, all of the molds I listed are considered "must try" discs on DGCR (or at least used to be - looking at you Sentinel). I currently bag 6 of the molds I mentioned lol

Your point remains valid nonetheless
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