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Old 07-09-2020, 05:49 PM
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Old 07-09-2020, 06:18 PM
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RDG of course. The scale and gila are fixtures in my bag, and also toss a tyrant and serpent in there on occasion. Of course I always have at least one stego in the car.

Gateway has spawned a lot of the microbrands. Storm, Black Zombie, Aquaflight, RDG the sadly missed Element, and AGL.

Prodiscus has some cool stuff, great plastic, I dig them and would consider them a small brand. I really want to try some viking and Disc golf UK molds.
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Old 07-09-2020, 07:59 PM
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I second (third, fourth?) RDG.

The only non-gyro disc in my bag is a Stego. Never even would have considered them had it not been for their awesome presence on here...and the nice promo they ran supporting one of our favorite posters here (Mr. Moose, you're welcome!).
They are an awesome company. If I had any other holes in my bag, I'd probably be looking their way.

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Old 07-09-2020, 08:02 PM
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Ozone - shoutout to Jersey!

Are Millenium or Legacy too big? Love the Sirius and the Gauge.

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Old 07-09-2020, 09:24 PM
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Lighting, #2 Upshot.

Not sure if they were small enough to be a micro company? Currently OOP and would like to see molds get made again in the fact that Gotta Go Gotta Throw Has all of the unsold discs being sold, the molds, and all plastic pellets. The Company got them in a sale of the stuff after orginal Lighting owner died. Gotta Go Gotta Throw was the right one for the buying of it all as they had the Lighting Bags made by outside manufacturing for Lighting. I know as only the non Lighting branded bags of same models were sold on Gotta Go Gotta Throw site at a few dollar less price then the same bags on Lighting site that were not brand touted on Gotta Go Gotta Throw as the supplier of the bags to Lighting.
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Old 07-09-2020, 10:29 PM
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Mint discs would be my choice, but the cult following is insane. 2nd sale markets are nuts, small runs difficult to obtain. That being said, they knock it out of the park, and I have loved every mold they've made. I just can't find backups, lol
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Old 07-09-2020, 10:44 PM
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Mint discs would be my choice, but the cult following is insane. 2nd sale markets are nuts, small runs difficult to obtain. That being said, they knock it out of the park, and I have loved every mold they've made. I just can't find backups, lol
All of their molds are 10% off on MST right now!

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Old 07-10-2020, 12:05 AM
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Above Ground Level discs (AGL)

Manufactured by Gateway. Excellent disc and plastic blends: Alpine (premium), woodland(basic), Hemp (well everyone knows hemp). My bag is about half AGL. Im looking to fill more slots with AGL when more discs come out.

Ponderosa 2/4/-1/0: excellent straight and glidy putter. My go to for approach and long putts.

Madrone 3/3/0/1: A putter with a small thumbtrack. Straight to stable flight. My go to putting putter.

Baobab 4/0/1/3: Stego top and a shaman bottom(correct me if im wrong). Described as the "30ft longer stego). Best get out of jail disc ever&flick rollers.

Magnolia 5/5/0/2: Roc3 hand feel without the bead. Excellent cycling potential in the Woodland blend (basic blend). Replaced my KC glow Roc3. Currently bagging a Alpine and woodland one. Will bag another woodland when my shipment arrives.

Sycamore 7/5/0/1: Neutral glidy fairway. Surprisingly deep for a fairway. TL like flight path.

Locust 9/4/-1/3: Straight-stable fairway. Hoping the mail man will bring it to me today

Cedar 11/5/0/3: Shallow, OS distance driver. Great for forehands and fighting the wind.

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Old 07-10-2020, 12:23 AM
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Having worked with both AGL and RDG these are both fantastic companies to support. Still bag a Tyrant, Scale and Cypress and love em. I gotta pick up the latest stuff from both companies. Unfortunately we shut down Ozone but well be back one day. I moved from Jersey to Texas for work and we had a fallout with our manufacturer over quality issues so it was the right time to shut it down.

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Old 07-10-2020, 12:51 AM
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Having worked with both AGL and RDG these are both fantastic companies to support. Still bag a Tyrant, Scale and Cypress and love em. I gotta pick up the latest stuff from both companies. Unfortunately we shut down Ozone but well be back one day. I moved from Jersey to Texas for work and we had a fallout with our manufacturer over quality issues so it was the right time to shut it down.
Is that the same group that molded the Tyrant? And if so...what does that mean for the Tyrant...
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