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Old 06-27-2018, 08:42 AM
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Another convict to keep an eye out for is any gummy metal flake ones. I have a tournament stamped metal flake convict that is FAF that is a laser beam even in a decent headwind. It is my most trusted overstable fairway for when I do not want it to turn over but still want to push it out there. Great grip too.
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Old 07-02-2018, 02:46 AM
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Another convict to keep an eye out for is any gummy metal flake ones. I have a tournament stamped metal flake convict that is FAF that is a laser beam even in a decent headwind. It is my most trusted overstable fairway for when I do not want it to turn over but still want to push it out there. Great grip too.
It almost sounds like a fluid convict? I have a purple fluid convict with metal flakes that is super flat, supper gummy, and super beefy for a convict. It has an Am Worlds stamp on it.
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Old 07-02-2018, 03:20 AM
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The Fluid Am World Convict are more OS than many Felons. . very strange disc, but nice to have.

With a beat in Lucid, New Lucid, Lucid-x and Fluid Convict i have all the straight to OS shots i need in ONE mould
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Old 07-03-2018, 04:29 AM
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The Fluid Am World Convict are more OS than many Felons. . very strange disc, but nice to have.

With a beat in Lucid, New Lucid, Lucid-x and Fluid Convict i have all the straight to OS shots i need in ONE mould
How does that fluid and lucid X do in that slot? Ive been thinking of pulling my 2 felons and trying those in their place
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Old 07-03-2018, 07:24 AM
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For me the Lucid-x is the perfect Convict, straight for 75% of the flight then a nice fade at the end. . .i have a hole on my local cource that is 260feet slight upphill
You have to throw staight for 200feet trough some trees and then the basket is up to the left. . a "normal" Convict gets me trough the gap in the trees but fades only 10-20feet, making my disc pin high but 40feet right of the basket.
The Lucid-x has more fade and get me to the basket.
The Fluid is more OS, i cant throw that thing straight for 200feet, it turns left direct out of my hand.

I Think the Lucid-x Convict and Bio Felon is close in flight. . .but The Lucid-x Convict feels better in my hands.
The Fluid Convict is as OS as a Lucid Felon,,at least

But i dont throw very far, i can get my Convict out to 300feet . . any longer and i use my Trespass
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Old 07-03-2018, 11:22 AM
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I’ll have to give it a shot with my fluid convict first. I just wonder how the fluid plastic reacts to this summer heat.
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