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Old 08-26-2021, 06:39 PM
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I'm curious about the stability of the recent metal flake glows vs the Gibson color glows.|

The metal flake glow I have is definitely more stable than a Star Firebird.
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Old 12-27-2021, 09:45 AM
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I picked up a used c-line Scepter recently (thanks Moose!) and wow is this disc everything I've wanted in an overstable utility disc. The Sexton Firebird comparison is spot on-- I was able to pump the Scepter out hard on a flat line and watch it glide straight for most of it's flight before dumping hard at the end. A little more hyzer angle and I could spike it if needed. It's the definition of versatile and I'm excited to play at some more challenging courses with it!

Has anyone here thrown the i-blend? Curious to try another one that has slightly less overstability to compare.

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Old 12-27-2021, 12:16 PM
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I have two I-blends and they feel and throw like firebirds/raptors to me. Forehand only. They travel very straight then good fade. They feel like stiff/slick star. Really good budget plastic honestly.

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Old 12-27-2021, 02:55 PM
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I picked up a used c-line Scepter recently (thanks Moose!) and wow is this disc everything I've wanted in an overstable utility disc. The Sexton Firebird comparison is spot on-- I was able to pump the Scepter out hard on a flat line and watch it glide straight for most of it's flight before dumping hard at the end. A little more hyzer angle and I could spike it if needed. It's the definition of versatile and I'm excited to play at some more challenging courses with it!

Has anyone here thrown the i-blend? Curious to try another one that has slightly less overstability to compare.
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I have two I-blends and they feel and throw like firebirds/raptors to me. Forehand only. They travel very straight then good fade. They feel like stiff/slick star. Really good budget plastic honestly.
I just got an I blend today and I couldn't tell the difference between it and my Raptors that were on top of it in the package. It's hopefully my winter Raptor since I blend wipes dry very well compared to ESP or Z type plastics. I'm liking the comparisons to a Sexton FB or Raptor.
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