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Old 04-10-2017, 12:39 AM
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Me personally I've got two PnA as putting putters with one Star Aviar3 and one DX Aviar3 getting the drive/approach work. I am putting with the DX Aviar3 more and more. Nothing inside the circle but long jump putts or downhill putts where I need the disc to stop and drop. It's nice to have the DX in the bag for headwind putts too. I think they are in the bag for good. We'll see when the honeymoon stage is over if they're still putting in the work.
Have you ever putted/thrown the P2? I'm curious to see if this will replace it as Av3s should be easier to find.
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Old 04-10-2017, 12:46 AM
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So what is everyone pairing with the Aviar3? I've seen a lot of folks mention the P&A, I'd be interested to know what plastic.
What do you mean by "pairing"? and I ask in the sense of: pairing an understable with an overstable disc? or pairing a throwing putter with a putting putter?

For me, I don't "pair" so much as I have a full set of putters: I putt with a Classic Warden, approach with a Fluid Warden, throw a Harp for glideless throws around obstacles where a fade is necessary, throw the Aviar3 for longer approaches where a solid fade finish is wanted, a Star Stud for straight to turnover shots, and a Star Mirage for absolute anny/turnover shots.
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Old 04-10-2017, 11:06 AM
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So what is everyone pairing with the Aviar3? I've seen a lot of folks mention the P&A, I'd be interested to know what plastic.

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currently i pair the av3 with a nova ,the only 2 throwing putters i have. i will occasionally throw my beat up p2 for turnovers but i mainly use both p2's for putting only.
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Old 04-10-2017, 02:45 PM
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currently i pair the av3 with a nova ,the only 2 throwing putters i have. i will occasionally throw my beat up p2 for turnovers but i mainly use both p2's for putting only.
A little off topic, but which plastic P2 are you using for turnovers? I had a 166 D-Line I thrashed and it still had no turn.

I haven't gotten my own Aviar3 yet, but if it beat out my driving JK (and based on test throws, it may) it would be paired with either a beat Omega SS or Aviar Classic depending on the temperature outside.

I'd definitely have to have an understable complement to an Aviar3, perhaps a DX AV3 will beat into a turnover putter over time.
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Old 04-10-2017, 03:15 PM
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Wish disc golf center had em. Not paying almost $13 for baseline.

Looks like Ill have to wait till gggt has em.

Thank you though!
In stock @ DGC
@175g they have:
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http://www.discgolfcenter.com/main_d...=1172&PPQT1=19

they were putting them onto the site while I was ordering.

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Old 04-10-2017, 03:37 PM
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A little off topic, but which plastic P2 are you using for turnovers? I had a 166 D-Line I thrashed and it still had no turn.

I haven't gotten my own Aviar3 yet, but if it beat out my driving JK (and based on test throws, it may) it would be paired with either a beat Omega SS or Aviar Classic depending on the temperature outside.

I'd definitely have to have an understable complement to an Aviar3, perhaps a DX AV3 will beat into a turnover putter over time.
its an early run d line,when they first started using the psycho stamp. ive had it for years and at the time it was 175 but i havent weighed it lately so i imagine its lost some grams. its my longer/straighter p2 for putting but it will track right and hold if i drive/approach with it. i would suggest a p1 for turnovers,my p2 is pretty beat but i used the p1 at one point when i didnt have a beat up p2.
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Old 04-10-2017, 04:06 PM
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In stock @ DGC
@175g they have:
yellow
orange
reds
http://www.discgolfcenter.com/main_d...=1172&PPQT1=19

they were putting them onto the site while I was ordering.
Hell yes thanks,

They have 150s to max weight for anyone about to look! And tons of colors
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Old 04-10-2017, 04:08 PM
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yeah, it was definitely nice to see some 150 grammers in there.
I ordered 4 yellow 175g because that was all they had loaded when I found them.
Now there's a bunch of options for colors and weights... Wade was nice enough to change my yellows to oranges. Go DGC customer service!!!
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Old 04-10-2017, 10:19 PM
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protostars, throw 'em or stow 'em?
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Old 04-10-2017, 10:40 PM
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protostars, throw 'em or stow 'em?
I voted "throw" with mine.
Maybe if I bought two instead of one... nah, I would still throw both
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