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Old 11-18-2020, 12:46 AM
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Buzzz OS or a Wasp. I throw a Nebula in that spot, but that is because I am cool. It is OOP.
I was wondering if anyone was going to suggest a Buzzz OS. Seems like the obvious choice.

I'd suggest a Wasp personally, but it is beaded, which the OP doesn't prefer.
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Old 11-18-2020, 02:08 AM
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I feel like some of the PP tour Z's are able to hold a touch of hyzer with some power quite nicely. They are definitely beefy for a Buzzz. Some ESP McBuzzzes, as mentioned, are good out of the box too. Takes a little while to break them in.
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Old 11-18-2020, 10:48 AM
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I throw an MD3 for that shot. For power reference I max out around 375.
second the md3. i normally just throw buzzzes but for fall disc golf put an easy-to-find md3 in the bag. now it's gonna be staying in there all the time!
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Old 11-18-2020, 11:57 AM
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I've found this to be true. A fresh eMac is basically a slightly beefier buzzz. Just note that it's pretty easy to beat the eMac out of the truth and you end up with a disc that flies like a regular truth. This was true for Lucid plastic on the one I have.
Since I almost never approach with mids, I rarely break them in. Also, our courses tend to have soft floors, whether in the woods or not. I think discs in my area break in slower than most places. No rock and almost no sand. Lots of clay and cushy Bermuda.
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Old 11-18-2020, 12:14 PM
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Default MD4 or Swirly Z

They are a bit hard to find right now, but I find the MD4s I have are very similar to a Z Buzzz in flight and feel, but with a more distinct late flight fade. I personally bag metal flake MD4s for this slot most days.

Also the current swirly tour series Z Buzzzes are fairly stable for a Buzzz. I go back and forth between the MD4 and the tour series currently depending on how into mold minimalization I find myself.

Between jawbreaker, ESP, and swirly Z you can get a very fantastic mid line up without seasoning from a single mold.

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