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What's the difference in flight characteristics between the p-line and swirly s-line MD3?
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Old 01-25-2018, 04:00 PM
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Just dropping in to request a less premium plastic md4 again. D-Line would be ideal but p-line would be great too.
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What's the difference in flight characteristics between the p-line and swirly s-line MD3?
P lines are straighter, especially after they beat in a little. My go-to tunnel shot disc.

Not to say that the S-line would be OS much, but it does have fade.
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P lines are straighter, especially after they beat in a little. My go-to tunnel shot disc.

Not to say that the S-line would be OS much, but it does have fade.
Thanks. I'm looking for something to fall between my c-line md3 and star mako3. I carry a couple glow and c-line md3s so I would prefer to stay with them instead of going to something else. Just a different plastic
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Old 01-26-2018, 02:19 PM
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The S line would probably fill that slot a little better unless you don't mind cycling the P Lines.
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Any absolutely new discs coming in 2018 to the Discmania line up?

suggestion something along the line of a speed 4 glide 3 turn 0 fade 2?

and BTW love my Discmania toque there seems to be two runs one with a bright orange pom pom on top and one without cool stuff.
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I am fairly sure the pompoms were postproduction by someone else
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I am fairly sure the pompoms were postproduction by someone else
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The S line would probably fill that slot a little better unless you don't mind cycling the P Lines.
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P lines are straighter, especially after they beat in a little. My go-to tunnel shot disc.

Not to say that the S-line would be OS much, but it does have fade.

What about metal flake md3? Less stable or more stable than the swirly s-line or c-line?
Thanks again!
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Why is it so hard to find normal production discmania discs even on the biggest disc golf retailers websites?
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