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Old 03-25-2014, 12:26 PM
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My take having bagged all original subject discs is that your combo does not line up. Roc3 is between verdict and truth flights, but closer to truth. I would put mako3 up against a fugitive as the closest comp, orig mako is slower and mor flippy.
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Old 03-25-2014, 02:21 PM
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Almost as if a really really beat in Verdict could fly like a fresh Lucid Truth. Good combo, I bag it.
Am World's Moonshine Proto Verdict after some use flies just like a really new heavy opaque lucid truth. I have a production lucid verdict as my most OS mid after the tident specialty disc. Then I have one of the moonshine am world's protos for a straight with fade verdict, a heavy lucid truth that can take some extra effort and wind, am world's hybrid truth that is straight with the slightest turn at high speed. Sometimes even have a classic truth in the bag but the one I had being seasoned is in a pond somewhere so I have to work on a new one or just use the lucids. I have so many truths it's crazy but I love them. At least two in every plastic and maybe 30 total now. Ok maybe 35.
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Am World's Moonshine Proto Verdict after some use flies just like a really new heavy opaque lucid truth. I have a production lucid verdict as my most OS mid after the tident specialty disc. Then I have one of the moonshine am world's protos for a straight with fade verdict, a heavy lucid truth that can take some extra effort and wind, am world's hybrid truth that is straight with the slightest turn at high speed. Sometimes even have a classic truth in the bag but the one I had being seasoned is in a pond somewhere so I have to work on a new one or just use the lucids. I have so many truths it's crazy but I love them. At least two in every plastic and maybe 30 total now. Ok maybe 35.
Every time I take my stack of Truths for field work, I end up wanting to buy more. Not quite to 35 yet, but I'm sure I'll get there as I spend my tourny funny money this year!
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Verdict/Truth is a pretty nice workhorse mid-range setup - I was formerly a Hornet/Buzzz thrower who was kind of unsatisfied with the plastic of the Hornet and the range and lack of good base plastic in terms of the Buzzz. I carry a Prototype opaque Lucid Verdict for my straight beef, a clearer stock run Lucid Verdict for my straight w/ fade slot, and two Classic Truths (one fresh, one beat). I don't throw the Suspect or Fugitive, but I do throw the Classic Roc, XD, and Zone to supplement my core mids.
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My Verdict is not as OS as I'd like, but since I learned that OS mids are pointless, I guess I should not worry about it.
I love my mf gator and star caiman.
Why would you think that OS mids are pointless? I now only bag the caiman because of similarities but it is a great utility disc and I prefer beadless discs and OS always handles headwind better.
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Why would you think that OS mids are pointless?
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There's lmost an infinite amount of mid combos - Wasp/Buzzz - Buzzz/BuzzzSS - BuzzzOS / Buzzz - Roc3/Roc - Roc3/Mako3 - Roc/Atlas - well, I could go on and on and on..........but I'll just say that its whatever you like and are comfortable with

I just suggest having a fairly stable mid with reliable fade and then a very straight mid that can turnover when you need it. Slightly OS / Slightly US mid ---doesn't matter the make, company, plastic, weight, just whatever gives you those flights --- Ive thrown TOO MANY mids and honestly I've liked almost all of them. Aftershock, Comet, BuzzzSS, Compass, Roc, Roc3, etc
with that said like the classic combo of the Wasp / Buzzz -- but now am trying out the Matrix / Alias combo - Alias is incredibly straight so that's a staple in the bag
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I'm a big fan of the Verdict/Emac combo. Been baggin it for a couple months and it has legit saved me strokes over my old RocX3/Roc3 setup. The DD mids are longer and more HSS than their Roc counterparts. Only downside is that Innova plastic is bulletproof and lasts forever, whereas Trilogy stuff beats in quick.

On the US side I still bag the Tursas, regardless of what fills the stable and OS mid slots.
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