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Old 05-15-2018, 09:22 PM
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stick with your Rocs. Roc Roc Roc Roc!
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Old 05-15-2018, 09:29 PM
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stick with your Rocs. Roc Roc Roc Roc!
Obsolete. Will be oop soon.
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Old 05-15-2018, 09:55 PM
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Bruh. Stop it.



I've owned and thrown flippy Predators, Banshees, Gators, and tons of other overstable to neutral/stable molds in premium plastics. Z Wasp? Yup. Q Sentinel? Yup. Champ Rhyno? Yup. See the trend? I'm certain other people on this site have the same or similar experience as me, and I'm even more certain people that don't even know or care that these forums exists would agree with me too.

Just because you're not beating them in because you replace new discs with new discs doesn't mean it's fact. ALL DISCS BREAK IN REGARDLESS OF PLASTIC OR FLIGHT NUMBERS. Or glob forbid you actually keep a mold in your bag long enough to reach 5/10? You admit yourself you don't even really break 300' - just chill with the nonsense.
Idk why i feel the need to comment on this, cuz i really dont care...but the post you're slamming is (kind of) right. Champ type discs will take forever to season. And depending on the courses you play, you might not ever see a substantial change.

Or maybe youre smoking the 1st available tree off the tee at warp speed every hole? I guess thatd expedite the process...

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Old 05-15-2018, 10:15 PM
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Idk why i feel the need to comment on this, cuz i really dont care...but the post you're slamming is (kind of) right. Champ type discs will take forever to season. And depending on the courses you play, you might not ever see a substantial change.

Or maybe youre smoking the 1st available tree off the tee at warp speed every hole? I guess thatd expedite the process...
Yes, his post is bad, and he should feel bad.

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Old 05-15-2018, 10:35 PM
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Well I'm not much help b/c in my usual bag I use a fresh and beat to hell ESP Nebula, and an Opto Fuse. I don't really recommend anybody going to a disc from 2008 that was never put into production. If I didn't bag Nebs, I'd probably go Verdicts and/or Pines to go with the Fuse but EMac Truth, Truth, Evidence, Claymore, Core, etc all do work. Trilogy really does have lots of good mids. I like Buzzzes also but I'd be tempted to go old school and try to make an all Millennium mid lineup work with Taurus, Sentinel and Qms b/c I used to love throwing Qms'es.

In my gyro bag I use a domey 1st run Vector, Eclipse Axis and a Proton Theory and they work splendidly for me.
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Old 05-15-2018, 10:45 PM
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DD has the best mid line up, and it's not even close.
I need to try some of DD and Trilogy's mids, give 'em a shot to make the bag.
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Old 05-16-2018, 01:07 AM
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I feel the same way when DD gets recommended...
However Latitude 64 and Westside Discs Seem to have well made discs. It is almost as if the Dynamic Discs Brand gets the leftover plastic pellets quality and they have discs that feel softer or less consistent to them then the other two fully European brands of discs.

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Old 05-16-2018, 01:12 AM
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Obsolete. Will be oop soon.
How do you figure? I do not see it as OOP, KC Plastic is what helped keep the disc around. Much as I can't figure out the flight path of a ROC to work for me. Classic ROC yes that is gone OOP Mostly with just a Star + mold version being made.
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Old 05-16-2018, 01:43 AM
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How do you figure? I do not see it as OOP, KC Plastic is what helped keep the disc around. Much as I can't figure out the flight path of a ROC to work for me. Classic ROC yes that is gone OOP Mostly with just a Star + mold version being made.
Make that the Stability of a ROC to work for me.
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Old 05-16-2018, 04:19 AM
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Idk why i feel the need to comment on this, cuz i really dont care...but the post you're slamming is (kind of) right. Champ type discs will take forever to season. And depending on the courses you play, you might not ever see a substantial change.

Or maybe youre smoking the 1st available tree off the tee at warp speed every hole? I guess thatd expedite the process...
I haven't quoted SD in a long time. I'm sure you've noticed many do throughout this site.


Yes Champ/Z/whatever does take a while to season. Yes some people may never break one in to "beat to piss" before selling it or losing it. I get that.

Some people play rocky courses. Some people throw hard. Some hit tons of trees. Some play 5 or more rounds a week. For SD to declare a 0 turn and 0 fade disc to never lose stability is STUPID.
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