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Old 07-13-2017, 12:54 PM
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Love the Pipelines and the EMac. I bag both. I made space in my bag for another OS putter, the Caltrop, by getting rid of my Verdict, as I found that for most things the EMac would suffice. Only if it's a really windy day do I miss the Verdict. If you feel the need to bridge the gap between Pipeline and Truth, maybe a River. I would really recommend the Archer but that isn't the rim width you're looking for.
Isn't Archer 1.5 cm? That would work.

Pipeline was such a pleasant surprise. Just wish the SPs were more stable.
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Old 07-13-2017, 01:10 PM
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That was my fear on the Proxy. It's hard to find an understable putter that is a bit longer, comes in premium plastic, and has a stable-overstable complement.
Yeah, I get that! All the US putters are always base...

It is a very workable disc, though. I'm sure after some seasoning it may experience some more understability, but I don't have experience with that.
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Old 07-13-2017, 01:25 PM
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Yeah, I get that! All the US putters are always base...

It is a very workable disc, though. I'm sure after some seasoning it may experience some more understability, but I don't have experience with that.
What I'd love is Gateway stuff in premium plastics. Think the Shaman/Chief OS combo would be great.
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Old 07-13-2017, 01:25 PM
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Isn't Archer 1.5 cm? That would work.

Pipeline was such a pleasant surprise. Just wish the SPs were more stable.
I think the Archer is smaller. Feels like a mid, goes like a fairway. Infinite says it's 1.2. It's my new favorite disc.
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I think the Archer is smaller. Feels like a mid, goes like a fairway. Infinite says it's 1.2. It's my new favorite disc.
PDGA has it at 1.5. I guess I trust that more?
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Old 07-13-2017, 03:45 PM
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PDGA has it at 1.5. I guess I trust that more?
Thinking about it, it seems the size of another of my speed 6 discs, the Kaxe Z, which is 1.5, so that's probably right.
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Yeah, I get that! All the US putters are always base...

It is a very workable disc, though. I'm sure after some seasoning it may experience some more understability, but I don't have experience with that.
Never thrown a PA4, so I don't know how understable it is, but could do a PA1/PA4 in premium?

Premium Chief OS would be sweet
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Old 07-13-2017, 10:51 PM
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Never thrown a PA4, so I don't know how understable it is, but could do a PA1/PA4 in premium?

Premium Chief OS would be sweet
Yes, that's the other choice. But don't fly as far as the Chief or Shaman, I don't think
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The Verdict is a little less glidey and more fade truth. Not a meathook, but useful if you want more fade or have a headwind. As far as overlapping with the suspect, I guess that is power dependent. The Verdict is a fast mid and the suspect is a tweener, so I'd think it wouldn't.
I agree with this.

I carry the Suspect, Verdict, Emac Truth, and Truth. They all do different things. There is some overlap between the Suspect, Verdict, and Emac Truth, but I feel they are different enough.

If anything, the disc with the most overlap for me is the Emac Truth. (But I love it so it stays in!) If I want a mid with some distance that can handle wind, it's the Verdict. If I want something more workable that can go far and hold a line, it's the old Truth.

Suspects are my approach disc and also my shorter mid. There's definitely a difference in distance between the Suspect and the Verdict.
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Old 07-15-2017, 12:05 AM
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I agree with this.

I carry the Suspect, Verdict, Emac Truth, and Truth. They all do different things. There is some overlap between the Suspect, Verdict, and Emac Truth, but I feel they are different enough.

If anything, the disc with the most overlap for me is the Emac Truth. (But I love it so it stays in!) If I want a mid with some distance that can handle wind, it's the Verdict. If I want something more workable that can go far and hold a line, it's the old Truth.

Suspects are my approach disc and also my shorter mid. There's definitely a difference in distance between the Suspect and the Verdict.
I like having the EMac and OG Truth because they are so similar in the hand. Keeps it more consistent. But people do love the Verdict. So I guess I should check it out!
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