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Old 03-05-2019, 09:14 PM
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Well I went in to the DD store to check out zuca carts, and ended up with a cart, bag, and a new lineup altogether.
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Old 03-06-2019, 10:31 AM
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I don't have a picture of it, but glow Tanks were a Nick Hyde disc this year.

It's a dream come true. Literally. I have had dreams about having a glow Tank.

Also picked up a sweet black Devan Owens Tank with a blue stamp.
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Old 03-06-2019, 05:57 PM
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Somebody had a CFR First Run PD listed on eBay for a BIN of 39 dollars. Practically new, and mis-listed as an 11x Teebird. I tried to stop myself, but it was no use.

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Old 03-06-2019, 09:10 PM
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Two 174 400 H3v2s, two 174 750G D3s
Two 167 Electron Spins, 174 400 D1 Max, 175 Star Thunderbird
174 400 D3.
The H3v2s are longer Thunderbirds. I have to hit them hard but they fly really straight then fade. They're feel and fly great on forehands. A really nice, long control driver.

The 750G D3s are phenomenally long. With only a handful of throws on them and I'm going over 400 without pushing them over at all. The 750G plastic is amazing. It's stiffer than 400 and 400G not slick as 750 and grippy like 400G. I love this plastic.

Two more putters because that's what I putt with now. Very, very straight out to 50 feet or so.

The D1 Max is the newest Prodigy driver. It's thinner than a D1, not as deep. It's fast out of the hand (400 plastic). It is noticably less HSS in the middle of the flight. If I slam it really hard it'll pop up from a tiny hyzer. On a flat throw it'll turn just a bit and go a bit before a dependable fade. It has great distance potential with dependability.

This Star Thunderbird pretty straight with a nice finish. It isn't as domey as the Champ ones I've got so it doesn't glide as far but it is nicely controllable and feels great, almost as grippy as the Pro Thundy I got at Walmart last week.

The last 400 D3 is just a generic domey 400 D3. A little overstable and dependable. It should break in to be a bomber eventually, but it'll take a while throwing it to get it there.
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Old 03-07-2019, 04:04 PM
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Just Ordered Online Two More of the Stalkers at 170-172 grams Just To Have As Backups For An oop Model of Disc.
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Old 03-07-2019, 07:03 PM
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I also picked up 2 more Stalkers this week. A used Z and a brand new Glo. I’m not normally one to stock up on anything, I usually keep my disc collection pretty lean. One or two backups for my main throwers.

But I am really liking this mold, and I’m guessing they will be tough to find in a year or two unless there’s a new run. A stack of 5 or 6 should cover me for a long time.

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Old 03-08-2019, 11:57 AM
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I got my 3 Bergs and a glow Reko today.
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Old 03-08-2019, 01:28 PM
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I got a max weight ESP zone to be my overstable forehand approach disc. First shot from 100+ ft out landed right under the basket. It is already one of my favorite discs in the bag.
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Old 03-10-2019, 12:54 AM
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I also picked up 2 more Stalkers this week. A used Z and a brand new Glo. I’m not normally one to stock up on anything, I usually keep my disc collection pretty lean. One or two backups for my main throwers.

But I am really liking this mold, and I’m guessing they will be tough to find in a year or two unless there’s a new run. A stack of 5 or 6 should cover me for a long time.
Yeah same with my 6 Stalkers as well now, once the 2 more come in from order I just did. all are the 170-172 gram weights as I like that range best for drivers other then Max 11? 12+ Distance stuff which should be 165-168 gram range though a 169 gram could work if the disc is more straight or US then OS.

Yeah tough to find in a year or two is my guess if the mold is OOP. I am still hoping the mold is more just getting run out to make room for the flight number version but it may be gone for real. 6 should last a long time considering how tough Z plastic really is.
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Old 03-14-2019, 07:20 PM
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Patent # Star X-caliber, appears unthrown with a little storage wear. Traded 3 discs I wasn't throwing plus $5 at PIAS.

Grabbed another pfn Xcal a few months ago kinda on a whim because it was cheap and I'd thought about messing with one for FH. Turns out it was beat in enough that I could mash a FH, get a bit of turn and solid fade consistently longer than my Wraiths, 350+ for realz.

I fear my new one ain't beat enough for me, but it's a beauty and I'm gonna throw it.
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