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Old 09-09-2014, 05:38 PM
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Default McCabe Mercy

So...what's the deal with these.

My local has a couple and they feel nice. Flat, no real bead, and good firm plastic. Kinda reminds me of a Zero Hard Challenger.

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Old 09-09-2014, 06:14 PM
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Zero Soft Mercy is not a disc to take any sort of beating. I love it, feels great, but I've hit a few trees and it's now got a big dent in it. This is after about 2 months of use, mostly for putting, and the tree I hit was nothing to speak of.

Shape wise, nice, neutral, rim has a pronounced sharper angle against the flight plate vs an Aviar or Anode.

I still bag the soft, even with the dent and warbled flight plate - just because it's so grippy that it makes a great touch shot disc.
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Old 09-09-2014, 11:51 PM
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Zero Soft Mercy is not a disc to take any sort of beating. I love it, feels great, but I've hit a few trees and it's now got a big dent in it. This is after about 2 months of use, mostly for putting, and the tree I hit was nothing to speak of.

Shape wise, nice, neutral, rim has a pronounced sharper angle against the flight plate vs an Aviar or Anode.

I still bag the soft, even with the dent and warbled flight plate - just because it's so grippy that it makes a great touch shot disc.
What does this have to do with the McCabe Mercy? From what I can tell mine are just Zero Hard with a "LE" stamp
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Old 09-10-2014, 12:32 AM
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I didn't realize that this was a different mold.
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Old 09-10-2014, 09:51 AM
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I didn't realize that this was a different mold.
The Mercy is not new. These are just his special stamp for him be cause he putts with them.

I could be wrong but, I do not think his versions are any different from a stock disc in the regular ZeroHard plastic.

I like the Mercy and have 2 in my bag in the ZeroHard plastic. Great putter, approach and off the tee. The specs on them say they are a deeper putter but the feel shallow in the hand. They will go straight and far when you really put some zip into them as well ( and you do your part with the throw ).
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