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Old 12-10-2017, 10:41 PM
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Tight tunnel shots I like throwing with a touch of anhyzer with an overstable disc to fly nice and straight with a little fade at the end. I've been using Pigs and Classic Roc's for the shot but I think the classic roc must have been discontinued and I'd like something a little further flying than my pig. Tried a truth and a justice but the truth doesn't fight back enough and the justice is too beefy. Any suggestions?
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Old 12-10-2017, 10:47 PM
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Have you looked at a Harp or Bard? They both hook up pretty good and depending on the distance you like they both could fit the bill.

I can think of a lot of discs that do this well; Buzzz OS, Mortar, Yao to name a could more but the Harp or Bard is my favorite.

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Old 12-10-2017, 10:49 PM
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I have a buddy that tosses a bard, I might test drive his a bit. Appreciate it
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Old 12-10-2017, 11:08 PM
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Verdict. It's the more stable-overstable Truth, if you give it a touch of anny it will hold it and drift back left. It's stable enough to be straight to fade with glide on a flat throw, but workable enough that you can make it hold an anhyzer if you throw it really hard and on a decent anny. It's definitely a touch more than a Truth rather than anywhere near the stupid-OS Justice.

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Old 12-10-2017, 11:12 PM
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Have you looked at a Harp or Bard? They both hook up pretty good and depending on the distance you like they both could fit the bill.

I can think of a lot of discs that do this well; Buzzz OS, Mortar, Yao to name a could more but the Harp or Bard is my favorite.
Totally agree, especially about the Harp. The Aviar3, AviarX3, and/or RocX3 might also work for you.

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Old 12-10-2017, 11:32 PM
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Verdict. It's the more stable-overstable Truth, if you give it a touch of anny it will hold it and drift back left. It's stable enough to be straight to fade with glide on a flat throw, but workable enough that you can make it hold an anhyzer if you throw it really hard and on a decent anny. It's definitely a touch more than a Truth rather than anywhere near the stupid-OS Justice.
That sounds pretty complimentary to the truth. Loving the DD plastic, truth and justice feel great, might check it out.
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Totally agree, especially about the Harp.
Damnit, he’s right.

Get an Origio. Then add in a Hard or Medium as the first straightens out a bit.
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VIP Harp is where it's at

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Old 12-11-2017, 12:14 PM
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I don't know if a Harp would be that much further flying than a Pig. I would lean towards Verdict also. Some of them supposedly have some turn but the ones I've tried in Lucid are flying nicely, moderately overstable, like a slightly beefier Buzzz. I'm trying to think of a modern day classic Roc clone but I'm drawing a blank, especially if you're trying to replace a Champ CR.
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Old 12-11-2017, 12:18 PM
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im gonna plug this disc again just because I believe in it so much - Axiom Alias - its not overstable, its just STABLE , throw it flat it will go straight the whole way, no hyzerflip no anny flexy, Flat = straight as an arrow
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