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Old 09-23-2014, 01:02 PM
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I played a round with a guy last weekend who was throwing ~300' laser beams with a Thief, I mean just dead straight, straight as a grizzly's dick. If I didn't love my DX Teebirds so much I would have definitely ordered a few.
That may be true at that distance, but the further it goes the more lateral movement the Thief will have compared to the Teebird, and from what I remember it will have a bit more fade still at the end. On 300' low line drives I'm sure they're both dead straight without fade if they're thrown low though.

The Thief gets really easy distance though, feels like it glides quite a ways.
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Old 09-23-2014, 02:30 PM
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My Thief 174g Orange Lucid, is amazingly straight when put on a hyzer release. At one point I was out driving my ESP Cranks with it. The glide is amazing. This disc is very good. Now, if I put too much snap on it, it would track right before hyzering out. It is all about the correct release if you want it to go straight. Thrown flat it would track right, thrown with an anhzyer release and it would stay right.

This disc has me intrigued, and it will stay in my bag for now.
I feel the same way. It's certainly a good disc. I've got a trilogy challenge biofuzion in my bag right now I just don't use it much. More familiar with other stuff. It might stay it might go I'm not sure yet. The glide on it is very impressive and I've seen many people I play with regularly put it out well beyond 400' and throw it as far as they do a Havoc or Sorcerer which are speed 12/13
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Old 09-23-2014, 02:42 PM
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straight as a grizzly's dick.
I have a BIL that says this a lot. Only other time I've encountered it.
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Old 09-23-2014, 04:06 PM
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Picked it up from one of my first discing buddies and been using it ever since.
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Old 09-26-2014, 12:56 PM
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Had more practice with my Orange Lucid Thief, and man is that disc fun to throw. I can't really explain how it flies, it seems like magic sometimes. When I throw it on a hyzer it looks like it is tracking left, but then finishes slightly right or just fades forward. It isn't dead straight, but it is dang near close. After this session I would rate it as a HSS -.75, LSS 1.25. On an Anny release it holds the line strong. It is all about the Hyzer release with it. I get so much distance from mine, it throws like a speed 10-11. This disc is a winner, everyone needs to try it.

Pairing it with my max weight Witness is fun too. That disc is an awesome anny/roller disc. Love it.
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