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Old 06-18-2019, 07:40 PM
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Boatload of Renegades, because I’m a sucker for inconsistent flippy discs that everyone hates.
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Old 06-19-2019, 12:24 AM
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Gold Line Dagger. Now it just needs to get here from Sweden.
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Old 06-19-2019, 03:52 AM
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Gold Line Dagger. Now it just needs to get here from Sweden.


Gold Line? I thought they were only made in Zero and Retro plastic.

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Old 06-19-2019, 01:31 PM
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Gold Line? I thought they were only made in Zero and Retro plastic.
The Lat Factory Store just released a limited run of Gold Line Swirl. After international shipping, they are 27 dollars. I am very hit and miss with putting with them, but they are excellent upshot putters. I drive better with premium plastic, so I definitely wanted one of these to come out so I can give them a try.

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Old 06-20-2019, 12:44 AM
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purchased a pro wraith to complement my star wraith. it's a lime green with white swirls, never seen swirly pro plastic before.
Pro Wraith is one of the best discs I have ever seen. They season really well after 2&1/2--3 years depending on how often you play. Then get a Wraith cycle going of you like the Pro Wraith so much.

I know players that used to do this with Wraith and have a bunch, Star is also one to get more of but that was due to the variation of the Wraith in Star in 2000's.

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Old 06-20-2019, 07:50 AM
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Found myself a Luster Roc3 and a Rainbow Sky god 2 and went all in on the dyes.
Also got myself two mystery boxes and even though I'm happy about the new Instincts I feel like this Shield stamped penned S-DD with perfect dome is the gem. No clue on how to dye it...
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Old 06-20-2019, 07:58 AM
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Vinyl Glow-DDx, Ca2Co MF-PD, S-stamped and G-penned Ontario MD1 and the last Rainbow reflective Iron Samurai should be mentioned!
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Old 06-20-2019, 03:49 PM
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Just picked up a 167g Champion Wombat3 and a 170g XT Stud, and got a chance to throw them on the course

Wombat poop is cubic.

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Wombat 3 is a good disc if you liked the Impact or Glide type disc in rim shape and wanted the same flight path. I have held a DX Wombat, did not like the dome variation so a 3 top would be nice, if I were to ever give my Impact discs to my brother and try the Glide or the Wombat 3 for a replacement of the same mold.

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Old 06-20-2019, 04:09 PM
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I ordered two more Star Sharks 174-177 grams more for the fact it looks as though Innova has for the moment stopped running the Star Shark. I want more for if I loose the one I have. If I get more of The 2016 oops lots of flashing to the point it hurts to throw like the one I got in 2017, I will be disappointed also knowing that the Shark in Star might be oop for the moment and only found as a factory second.
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I got a Star Shark in a Yellow 175 gram Goldenrod color and yes still no numbers so Innova might be running off the old discs from 2016 still. Hard to tell.

Still have not gotten the other disc that is still in transit.
I have gotten the other disc today, the disc is red but it is the more floppy disc almost like G-Star floppy but not as much grip as G-Star due to the plastic being soft Star from factory. I tried to fix the disc in the freezer thinking it had gotten heated during transit somewhere to the house and that did not work so it had to be in the factory manufacturing process. Also the mold had a 1 cm wide not deep but definitely noticeable dent in the rim that does not affect the flight for approach/putting, just tried it out. However the particular disc has the taller dome from a Star Shark compared to the DX or the Pro. I will use this Red floppy Star Shark to replace my Pro Shark that I used more for windy day putter or this disc will be more for uphill/downhill approach shots depending on how my other current Star Shark molds up.

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Old 06-20-2019, 04:20 PM
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Edit: over 5 min limit above.

That last line should be: Twill use this Red floppy Star Shark to replace my Pro Shark that I used more for windy day putter or this disc will be more for uphill/downhill approach shots depending on how my other current Star Shark ends up wearing in.
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