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View Poll Results: Roc mold
Plain old roc (any plastic) 37 57.81%
Roc3 26 40.63%
Rocx3 5 7.81%
VRoc/roc+ 2 3.13%
Super roc/Ontario/rancho 3 4.69%
Other (specify) 6 9.38%
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Old 03-04-2018, 08:03 PM
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And the stupid V Rocs..

I wondered how many posts it would take for the VRoc to make an apperance

VRoc is not a Roc! Not a bad disc, just not a Roc
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Old 03-04-2018, 08:15 PM
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This was my first poll and I didn’t know how many I wanted so I needed to improvise. Next time will be better
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Old 03-04-2018, 08:18 PM
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Roc if you want to throw various lines and have a disc that can do anything depending on how beat it is, roc3 if you want to throw something straight.

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Old 03-04-2018, 08:52 PM
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Whoa, they made a RocX3?
Yep. I have a Star RocX3. Not a bad disc, mine is board flat, shallow, and fairly comfortable. But it's not nearly as OS as I think they wanted it to be. Reliable fade, but not a Hornet fade.

Overall, I first tried the Roc3, and I have them in Star, Champ, GStar, and DX. I like the Star and Champ Roc3s. Really good discs. Only reasons I don't bag the Roc3 is because the Ti Buzzz refuses to relinquish its position in my bag, and the Buzzz is more comfortable in the hand.

The only Rocs I have are Glow DX Rocs that were on clearance when some Sports Authority stores closed. They're okay, but I like the Roc3 better.

I also have a Champ VRoc and a Star VRoc. I like them; they are good discs. The VRoc gets a lot of hate, but it's a nice mold and a good addition to the Roc family.

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Old 03-04-2018, 08:56 PM
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The Roc3 reminds me of the beloved 8X Roc much more than the standard Roc today.
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Old 03-05-2018, 01:10 AM
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I bag plain ole DX Rocs. There is pretty much always 1 or more in the bag. Other types of Rocs come in and out (KC Pros, various USDGC Champs, Star/DX San Marino and Ontario, etc.). I don't really like the Roc3 or VRoc all that much although they're not bad discs; just don't fit my game as well. Good discs, those Rocs.
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Old 03-05-2018, 08:46 AM
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How many do we have now.

MOLDS
Rancho
San Marino
Ontario
Ching
Flat Top
Roc Plus
Classic Roc
Roc3
RocX3
Taurus
Vroc
Rocamunga
Vroc3


PLASTICS
CE
Champion
Star
G-Star
DX
KC
R-Pro
XT
Shimmer Star
Luster
SE
R-Wood
Gummy Champion
Metal Flake
Glow Champ
Glow DX
Glow KC
Glow McPro
McPro

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I just gave my wife my old R-Pro Roc+, but still have Champ, G*, and McGlow Roc3's in my bag.
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Old 03-05-2018, 10:29 AM
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I bag dx rancho rocs, particularly the Halloween 2016 stamped rocs.

This is the first time I’ve seen the Taurus groupednin with rocs. I don’t know anything about this disc. Anyone have a link or more info on why it’s grouped in, and how it differs from the Rancho Rocs?
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Old 03-05-2018, 10:42 AM
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The only Roc I own is a Ghost.

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