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Old 11-25-2020, 11:44 PM
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Default Trying to find a FH, tomahawk, and OS BH driver (all in one)

Looking for a utilitarian disc to add to my bag. Must have all the features described. Would either a orc or firebird do this? I currently have a destroyer (162g), but it seems to have a tad too much HS turn for my liking. It also falls short as a tomahawker. Please advise
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Firebird or undertaker imo


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Old 11-25-2020, 11:56 PM
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Old 11-25-2020, 11:57 PM
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Are you supposed to flex a firebird FH to get it straight? Staying in the fairway is always nice
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Old 11-26-2020, 12:26 AM
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Firebird is probably the correct answer but I’ve used beefy FD3’s, a Pioneer, and a Felon for these types of shots as well.
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If I want a tomahawk to pancake out flat, I use a ridiculously understable disc. OS won’t work for me.
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Banshee. Depends how OS you want to go.

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Are you supposed to flex a firebird FH to get it straight? Staying in the fairway is always nice
If you want straight, it's not a Firebird.

You'll probably want a different disc for the straight FH, not a utility disc.

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If you want straight, it's not a Firebird.

You'll probably want a different disc for the straight FH, not a utility disc.
I've got a thunderbird (175g) but don't bag it. When I FH it, it doesn't fight back from an anny very well, or will fade semi-hard when thrown flat.

My destroyer (162g) when released on an anny will go further left, but generally fight back to straight, or when thrown flat would finish far out at 12:30-1 o'clock location (lol the best way I can describe it)

My next question is what in the world would a lighter weight champion firebird fly like? 162-168g
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