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Old 07-10-2015, 03:11 PM
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I came into this disc with pretty low expectations - the numbers didn't make it sound like anything special, and I really wanted a legitimately understable mid from Discmania - but it's become a staple in my bag. If you want some Friday reading, check out my full review:

Discmania MD: Magically delicious


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So is this in your bag to stay? Can you compare it to the Truth and Meteor as you mentioned in your review?
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Old 07-16-2015, 09:48 AM
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Sounds similar to the Claymore. Anyone thrown both? Any comparisons?
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Old 07-16-2015, 11:33 AM
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MD is pretty HSS for a neutral mid. I mean mine is max weight but I can hyzer it just a bit and crush it and it will flip up turn and come back. but mine has literally ~10 throws under it's belt so.
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Old 07-16-2015, 12:12 PM
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So is this in your bag to stay? Can you compare it to the Truth and Meteor as you mentioned in your review?
Sorry I missed this. It has less high speed turn than the Meteor, less fade than the Truth. Truth and Meteor are both a bit faster and better at hitting lower lines, and the MD is just silly straight. All three are bagged for the time being.
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Old 07-16-2015, 05:56 PM
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got one coming in the mail. blue 180 first run. probably wont make the bag cause its large diameter but gotta give it a shot with #'s like xx00
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So...after a short hiatus...the C-MD has been back in my bag for a couple of weeks now. Carrying two in differing stages of wear to cover straight to really understable. I find myself reaching for this disc time and time again because of how it works for my throwing speed/power. During a round last night, I was able to put two very nice MD shots together for a drop-in 3 on a 697 foot hole. For this aging disc'er, I'll take that every time. Given it's true straight flight pattern, I don't feel like I have really power up to get it to fly straight like do with an MD3 or a Roc3. It just naturally wants to fly straight and glide for days. For those that don't posses fast arm speed or big power, the MD/Mako3 is a really good disc to put in your bag.

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