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Old 07-18-2019, 11:13 AM
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Interesting. I’ve only thrown a couple FD’s and a couple Leo3’s, but for me, the two Leo3’s were both more turn resistant on forehands than the FD.
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Old 07-18-2019, 12:25 PM
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Interesting. I’ve only thrown a couple FD’s and a couple Leo3’s, but for me, the two Leo3’s were both more turn resistant on forehands than the FD.
Not sure about all the variations between different runs of FDs. I've heard about the almost mythical second run, and some mentions here and there of other runs. I have 4 C-FDs and have no idea what run they are, just that they are somewhat domey, relatively firm, and are stable and fairly versatile. I have 6 Champ Leo3s and they like to turn/flip more than my FDs. Seems like the Leo3s are more of "let the disc do the work" while the FDs are pick a line/angle and have it hold.

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Old 08-15-2019, 08:11 PM
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Took home the #1 tag in one of my groups using the following:

2 Classic Aviars
1 Firefly
3 DX Rocs
1 Champ Leopard3
2 Champ Teebirds
Champ Firebird
2 Champ Thunderbirds
3 Star Destroyers
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Old 08-15-2019, 09:29 PM
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Took home the #1 tag in one of my groups using the following:

2 Classic Aviars
1 Firefly
Out of curiosity, which of these are you using for putting?
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Old 08-16-2019, 12:10 AM
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Out of curiosity, which of these are you using for putting?
Classic Aviars for putting.
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Old 09-19-2019, 09:24 AM
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Current Full Bag:
3 Classic Aviars
1 Firefly
1 Champ AviarX3
5 Rocs (1 Champ, 4 DX)
1 Champ Leopard3
2 Champ Teebirds
2 Champ Firebirds
2 Champ Thunderbirds
1 Star Roadrunner
4 Destroyers (3 Star, 1 Pro)

Had a Roadrunner a while back, but it simply didn't click with me. Got a new one and it has been a better fit.

Firefly has been very interesting. Grippy, fairly firm, very slight puddle top, good feel for FH and BH. Makes me think of a P2 combined with a little bit of Yeti Aviar with how it feels and how straight it flies. Been throwing it for putter rounds instead of my usual D/P-line P2s.

First tried the AviarX3 in Star and liked how it flew but had issues with how it felt in hand. Champ and DX versions of this disc feel much more comfortable to me.
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Old 03-23-2020, 01:47 PM
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3 Classic Aviars: 2 for putting, 1 beat one for longer putts, layups, turnover putter throws

1 Firefly: straight BH/FH throwing putter

1 Champ AviarX3: more stability

5 Rocs (1 Champ, 4 DX): Roc cycle

1 Champ Leopard3: straight to turnover

2 Champ Teebirds: mini cycle

2 Champ Firebirds: 1 flat FB that falls like a brick, 1 FB with a touch of dome that glides a little

2 Champ Thunderbirds: mini cycle running parallel to Teebirds

1 Star Roadrunner: Barsby RR, more of a true RR than my old stock Star RR

4 Destroyers (3 Star, 1 Pro): cycle with a Pro for an easier to replace bookend

1 Star Shryke: fun for long wide open fairways

Barsby RR is a lot of fun to throw. Had a really nice throw the other day: hyzerflip through a tunnel of trees, turned a little more and ended up just about 15 feet long, about 375 feet or so if the tee sign was accurate.
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