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Old 02-23-2013, 12:54 PM
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Default Roc3 production vs gl pain vs star rancho roc

I was throwing a star rancho roc but was never extremely comfortable with the grip. It did what I wanted for the most part but felt the disc in that spot could do more. After falling in love with all other lat 64 discs I jujst get back from the store where I picked up a gl pain to replace it. A friend of mine bought a production roc3 which felt great invmy hand. Maybe even better than the pain. What are the differences between these 3 and do prople generally like the gl pain and roc3 production champ?
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Old 02-23-2013, 05:20 PM
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Old 02-23-2013, 05:25 PM
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Well I'll take a crack at it. I used the throw the star San Marino roc a while back. It seemed a tad flippy to me. Just a touch more understable than my KC Pro. The Pain is more comparable to a Wasp. It's overstable. Haven't thrown a Roc3, but I'm sure someone here has.
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ROC 3 varies, my 175 orange big bird can do s shots and turnovers, where my 180 blue production one is stable to over stable . I had a green production 180 that was in between the two as well. All flat by the , can't speak for the domier ones
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the Pain is slower speed than a roc, specially in GL and much less HSS than a roc with more lateral movement in its flight as well.
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