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Old 02-26-2019, 12:53 PM
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I dunno man, I've never found the Proxy to want to turn much at all - this is sample size ~3 including a couple Neutron and a Plasma. Also see Mike C on YouTube throwing proxies around 300+ ft with a slight flip up to fade https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PZL8bJizsgY
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Old 02-27-2019, 07:21 PM
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Update. Took the McBeth prototype (pebbly feel, good grip) to the course today. Good grief! that disc putts straight. I was saving pars from over 20 ft. out, often at circle's edge or longer, all day. The feel of the disc was great in the hand, it flew extremely well with my spin putt (despite being non-beaded) and seemed so 'just right'.

Maybe that's a 'honeymoon' round with it. I sure hope so. These things are too darned expensive to buy a bunch of them (at least not all at once). I might try buying one more later on (when they become more readily available), and see if it is like the first one I have.

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Old 02-27-2019, 09:17 PM
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Update. Took the McBeth prototype (pebbly feel, good grip) to the course today. Good grief! that disc putts straight. I was saving pars from over 20 ft. out, often at circle's edge or longer, all day. The feel of the disc was great in the hand, it flew extremely well with my spin putt (despite being non-beaded) and seemed so 'just right'.

Maybe that's a 'honeymoon' round with it. I sure hope so. These things are too darned expensive to buy a bunch of them (at least not all at once). I might try buying one more later on (when they become more readily available), and see if it is like the first one I have.
Had the exact same experience. The Luna is everything I want in a putter, shallow, super rounded, convex, and firm. Just lazers for putting and upshots. Not a huge fan as a driving putter but I don't throw a lot of putters off the tee so that's a not a huge concern to me. I'm sticking with them for the time being. I hate that I like this thing so much. They better not retool and mess with it. Don't want to have to buy a stack of photos to last forever.

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Old 02-27-2019, 10:48 PM
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Had the exact same experience. The Luna is everything I want in a putter, shallow, super rounded, convex, and firm. Just lazers for putting and upshots. Not a huge fan as a driving putter but I don't throw a lot of putters off the tee so that's a not a huge concern to me. I'm sticking with them for the time being. I hate that I like this thing so much. They better not retool and mess with it. Don't want to have to buy a stack of photos to last forever.
Supposedly they won’t tweak the mold i believe, but the plastic they want a smidge softer, not as much rubber in the blend. At least thats what i have heard

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Old 03-01-2019, 03:40 PM
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Supposedly they won’t tweak the mold i believe, but the plastic they want a smidge softer, not as much rubber in the blend. At least thats what i have heard
Hopefully they release it in X soft for the people who don't like stiff plastic. I'll definitely try one out.
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Old 03-09-2019, 10:41 AM
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If this is the stock stamp it΄s not very "fun"

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Old 03-09-2019, 12:24 PM
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I'm really anxious to get my hands on one of these, but it's gonna have to feel really good to knock the Hard Zero Dagger out of my bag.
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Old 03-09-2019, 02:08 PM
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Did they tweak it? A 3 fade is not the number I would use to describe the fade on my proto. Maybe like a 0.5 fade. I really hope they didn't make these massively overstable. It took the Nova spot in my bag, and I won't be buying a bunch of proto discs. They already have the Ringer GT anyways. Oh well.

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Old 03-09-2019, 02:20 PM
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The proto had 0.0 and the Luna is marked with 1.0 . .thats a big difference 3, 3, 0, 3 sounds strange

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Did they tweak it? A 3 fade is not the number I would use to describe the fade on my proto. Maybe like a 0.5 fade. I really hope they didn't make these massively overstable. It took the Nova spot in my bag, and I won't be buying a bunch of proto discs. They already have the Ringer GT anyways. Oh well.
Paul said in the "fondation Discgolf" video that the Luna was a little tweaked . . but no more info
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