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Old 12-29-2018, 11:32 PM
Grippenripp Grippenripp is offline
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I came here to ask about the value of the same Teebird Jay dub posted. AFAF. Also Jay Dub gave me a 150 TB that is fun as hell to throw, Thanks bro!
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Old 01-03-2019, 10:53 PM
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Originally Posted by Grippenripp View Post
I came here to ask about the value of the same Teebird Jay dub posted. AFAF. Also Jay Dub gave me a 150 TB that is fun as hell to throw, Thanks bro!
I’ve seen them on eBay listed for 30-40 but I’d reckon they are worth more like 20-25 to your average player. Never seen a pro (other than Brinster) use one to make it popular.

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Old 01-04-2019, 11:27 AM
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Can anyone compare the Brinster teebirds to the current luster teebirds? I have a couple tournament stamped ones that are fairly beefy but have never thrown a Brinster.
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Old 01-04-2019, 06:31 PM
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So I started playing again after a couple year break from the sport and I dug up my old discs.

I have a tie dyed twelve-time Champion Teebird. Can someone please enlighten this poor ignorant fool on the differences between the 11x, 12x, and twelve-time Teebirds? Particularly the last one, since that's what I have.
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Old 01-06-2019, 07:41 PM
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I’m finding lately that Metal Flake Teebirds are the perfect Teebird for me. They’re quite stable, more so than my Champion and Star Teebirds. Oddly enough, I find them grippier too, I figured they’d be the same as Champion when I picked them up.

They’re a good example of having a stable disc with glide. I don’t need to worry about them not fading hard enough on certain shots like I did with my Star birds, or not having enough glide to get out there like with a fresh Champion. I do play with lots of wind, usually, so experience may vary.

Anyway, I think Metal Flake T’birds will be kicking out my Champion birds for this year.
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