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Old 10-30-2014, 07:53 PM
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Default Overstable disc with very low glide, that stays overstable

Hey,

Looking for a recommendation to fill a hole in my bag that's always been a problem for me.

What I want:
  • Overstable
  • Low glide
  • Deep rim / big bead
  • Resilient/reliable (doesn't turn over thrown hard after fully beat in)

It's the last part that's been the problem... my old Pro D Buzzz turns over pretty easy now (more glide than I want and too shallow a rim anyway), and recently I was throwing a WS Shield, but that started turning over pretty quick as the disc is rather soft.

The perfect disc would best be described as a Westside Shield (like the deep rim, bead, feel) but would be more overstable and more durable. A reliable upshot disc that later I can use to run the basket. Funny thing, I used to hate deep rims but now I really like them for upshots, starting to feel good.

Am I basically describing a Roc? Never thrown one before but I have a DX Cro I won, find the rim too shallow and anticipate it will start to turn after not too long.

Thanks in advance!
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Old 10-30-2014, 07:55 PM
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Zone? Gator? Sinus? Rocs glide and are not THAT overstable. You wont find a ton of super deep discs which are very OS and don't glide as that generally means a disc is lower profile or faster and still glide.

Throw a deep OS putter with more hyzer? ION!

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Old 10-30-2014, 07:56 PM
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You're describing a Gator.
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Oh man, you have to get a Legend Ghost (Legacy discs), they are beef and beat in super slow.. to a straighter flight too without getting flippy. been throwing mine all year and still no turn just a little straighter.

You would love it.
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Old 10-30-2014, 08:00 PM
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You're describing a Gator.

Came here to post Champ Gator.
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Drone. While not beaded, it's a deep disc.
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Old 10-30-2014, 08:02 PM
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oh, Pinnacle Ghosts in Pink or Aqua are also beefy and very similar to what you described, they also beat in very slowly and i have yet to get one beat into a turnover disc.. Both solid options.
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...my old Pro D Buzzz turns over pretty easy now...
Sounds like your not looking for a gator, just throwing that out there. Gators are useless for anything other than approaches in heavy winds. IMO they require more effort to do what a roc/ghost can do.

A useful disc for majority of midrange drives thats overstable and predictable/easy to control in wind, deep, bead etc.. your explaining a beefy roc or ghost type mold. Go max weight on a champ/pinnacle/legend

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Try these; Drone, Gator, Harp and honestly a Pig does well in that slot too even though it's a putter.

I throw Tridents in that slot but is neither beaded or deep.
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Drone. While not beaded, it's a deep disc.
but beaded.

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