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Old 06-17-2017, 08:00 PM
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Could be a good less stable Bard too? Or are they too close?
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Old 06-17-2017, 08:49 PM
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It is a good less overstable bard. It seems to fly straighter for longer and the fade is very smooth and forward. It has more of a fairway driver/tweener feel in the hand and in flight compared to the bard. The profile sort of looks like a smooshed down Bard. I'll post a profile comparison when I get a chance.

It's also less overstable than a verdict. For me, it goes right in to the stable Roc workhorse mid slot in my bag. I've always been hunting for for the most OS warships I could find. No more. It's here. For you moose, it may be laser straight to slow turnover out of the box.
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Old 06-17-2017, 08:59 PM
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Blue bard on the left, orange pine on the right.
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Old 06-17-2017, 10:40 PM
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Yellow warship on the left. Pine on the right. The profile looks very similar to the warship but its slightly more blunt and the top is a little different. It does indeed look like a beefier warship.
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Old 06-17-2017, 11:20 PM
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It is a good less overstable bard. It seems to fly straighter for longer and the fade is very smooth and forward. It has more of a fairway driver/tweener feel in the hand and in flight compared to the bard. The profile sort of looks like a smooshed down Bard. I'll post a profile comparison when I get a chance.

It's also less overstable than a verdict. For me, it goes right in to the stable Roc workhorse mid slot in my bag. I've always been hunting for for the most OS warships I could find. No more. It's here. For you moose, it may be laser straight to slow turnover out of the box.
It looks good, I may wait until people start wanting to trade their TT discs to try one, but since I use Bards as my main mid it could be nice to have something that complements in on the less stable end.

Thanks for the pics too!
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Old 06-19-2017, 03:18 PM
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I agree with everyone saying the Pine is noticeably less overstable than the Bard. This is not a replacement, but a compliment to the Bard. It does fit right in between the Bard and Warship for me, but I could see myself just going Bard - Pine as my Pine(s) get more beat in.

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I agree with everyone saying the Pine is noticeably less overstable than the Bard. This is not a replacement, but a compliment to the Bard. It does fit right in between the Bard and Warship for me, but I could see myself just going Bard - Pine as my Pine(s) get more beat in.
Absolutley. I will say that I feel like the Warship nets more pure distance than either the Bard or the Pine. I really enjoyed the Pine...much more than the Sling, that's for sure. Westside is developing a pretty solid mid range line-up, that's for sure.
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They came out with origio Tursas, Sling and Warship... When will we get Origio Bards?!
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They came out with origio Tursas, Sling and Warship... When will we get Origio Bards?!
We need Origio Shields as well. And Longbowmen for that matter...
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We need Origio Shields as well. And Longbowmen for that matter...
I wonder how exactly Origio differs from BT Hard...
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