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Does anyone throw the wildcat? Thoughts?
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Old 10-08-2012, 07:57 PM
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It's OOP so you might not find too many people throwing it.

Wildcat flight path (click the arrow for detailed flight data including PDGA specs):
http://www.inboundsdiscgolf.com/cont...777921O&n=1139

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They still make it in Elite X.
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I don't know if they are still molding them but I think they just have a butt load of them left in the warehouse. somehow I don't think they'll run anymore of them after they've all sold. I think it was meant to compete with the Valkyrie. I think we all know how that turned out.

If you have one throw it. It's now an old school disc.
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I was basing it on their website but you may be right, keltik. Curious if you could confirm that the DGA Riptide is a Wildcat, modified. I thought I read that here on DGCR but not sure.
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Thoughts? It's a good disc that's fun to throw.

Do I throw them now? No, but not because it isn't worthy of my bag. I'm just not a fan of X plastic.
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I have a super light one in x plastic that is very flippy, and I have a heavier weight one in z plastic. It isn't that similar to a valk for me, much closer to an orc, but not quite as overstable.
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I found one. It's been sitting around the house since.
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I was basing it on their website but you may be right, keltik. Curious if you could confirm that the DGA Riptide is a Wildcat, modified. I thought I read that here on DGCR but not sure.
I could reach out to the folks at DGA to see if theRiptide has different/modified Wildcat mold pieces, but at first blush, they appear to be different discs:

http://www.inboundsdiscgolf.com/cont...777921O&n=1139
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I could reach out to the folks at DGA to see if theRiptide has different/modified Wildcat mold pieces, but at first blush, they appear to be different discs:

http://www.inboundsdiscgolf.com/cont...777921O&n=1139
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