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Old 11-17-2016, 10:07 AM
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10th run are the newest. To my knowledge the throwback "freak" stamps and the newest stock stamps are both 10th run.
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Old 11-17-2016, 11:38 AM
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10th run are the newest. To my knowledge the throwback "freak" stamps and the newest stock stamps are both 10th run.
That is correct, it was recently confirmed in the Ask Discmania thread.

I can also confirm that these are beefy and tasty. May be my favorite run of PDs yet. Combo of S line and these 10th runs is very solid.
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Old 11-17-2016, 11:42 AM
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That is correct, it was recently confirmed in the Ask Discmania thread.

I can also confirm that these are beefy and tasty. May be my favorite run of PDs yet. Combo of S line and these 10th runs is very solid.
Have you thrown 9th runs? How similar are they to 10th?
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Old 11-17-2016, 11:48 AM
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And the newest run has kicked the 3rd run out of Eagle's bag! So no need to stock up on the old stuff!

FYI - Have you guys seen our 10 Year Anniversary stuff coming out soon? I bet you can guess one of the molds with me being here
He said they're good, but he's keeping the thirds.
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Old 11-17-2016, 01:43 PM
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Have you thrown 9th runs? How similar are they to 10th?
I don't think I have thrown the 9th runs...if you want to send me one I'd happily give you my thoughts
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Old 11-17-2016, 03:49 PM
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And the newest run has kicked the 3rd run out of Eagle's bag! So no need to stock up on the old stuff!
To me, the biggest selling point of the 3rd runs is the plastic. That old variant of C-line plastic is virtually indestructible. It's so stiff and resilient that it shrugs off any abrasions that would normally be more prominent on, say, the newer JL plastic.

I mean I get it... probably not the best business practice to produce discs that have virtually indestructible plastic. Still though, it's looking more and more like my modest stacks of 2nd run FD's and 3rd run PD's will last SEVERAL lifetimes.
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Old 12-05-2016, 05:58 PM
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Anyone know where the new 10 yr aniversary pd's fall into the grand scheme of things.

Stability, glide, resiliency, etc..


Just bought two and they feel really good.

Wondering what the gurus have ranked this in comparison to other runs.
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Old 12-05-2016, 06:12 PM
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Anyone know where the new 10 yr aniversary pd's fall into the grand scheme of things.

Stability, glide, resiliency, etc..


Just bought two and they feel really good.

Wondering what the gurus have ranked this in comparison to other runs.
Are those the luster PDs?
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Old 12-05-2016, 07:45 PM
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Yes. I believe all the 10 year celebration stuff is luster.

Anyway. Because it is getting cold and my old arm can't handle much below 40 F I only threw these two I have once. So I need help evaluating.

Was on the fence about ordering the new freak c line stamp. But now that I'm cozy and near a credit card I may order the freak line stamps just cause they look so cool.

Litearlly in a just a few months of newly throwing the PD I have almost ten of them now.

Please help me stop..!!..
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Can anyone help me identify which run PD's these are? They've been sitting in my backups tub for awhile. Curious as to how they fly compared to other runs. Thanks.

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