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Old 07-22-2017, 10:00 PM
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Default Looking for a neutral or slightly understable control driver

I lost my Hatchet today, and while I loved that disc is was getting a bit too understable, and I have an Underworld for flips, tailwinds, and rollers.

I also carry Escapes for stable shots, and I have a Felon for overstable shots.

I've thrown a Saint Pro which is stable, but not much different than the Escapes. And also a Falchion which doesnt seem quite as stable, but just seems to go straight. Not a bad disc, and it's certainly being considered, but I want just a bit more S-curve action. Any ideas? Trilogy discs only please...thanks. Also plastic suggestions if possible. I like Opto/Lucid/ViP and TP so far. Fuzion and Gold are good too.

I'm thinking Saint, or Fury to try next, but I'm worried the Fury is too understable.
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Old 07-22-2017, 10:24 PM
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Trilogy makes no said discs.
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Old 07-22-2017, 10:45 PM
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The Saint I had was fairly straight, not much different from a Volt.

Maybe try the Falchion?
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Old 07-22-2017, 11:05 PM
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Saint, Stag, Escape, Falchion, all great discs, adjust weight and plastic type to get the flight you want, maybe even a Warship would cover that slot- I outgrew the Fury rather quickly
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Old 07-22-2017, 11:07 PM
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why trilogy only? Are you sponsored?
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Saint, Stag, Escape, Falchion, all great discs, adjust weight and plastic type to get the flight you want, maybe even a Warship would cover that slot- I outgrew the Fury rather quickly
Ok, thanks. I was guessing that about the Fury. I think I will try the Saint, and then decide on weights and plastics for a final disc to bag. Might try a max weight VIP or Elasto Hatchet as well, the TP beat in very quickly.
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Old 07-22-2017, 11:34 PM
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why trilogy only? Are you sponsored?
Haha. I wish. If I was, I dont think I'd have to ask for advice before buying!

I just want to keep my bag to mostly Dynamic Discs, but I like Westiside too. And the Pure is my fav putter, so what do?

Started on Innova, but I just wasn't happy with their discs.
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Old 07-22-2017, 11:37 PM
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Saint, Stag, Escape, Falchion, all great discs, adjust weight and plastic type to get the flight you want, maybe even a Warship would cover that slot- I outgrew the Fury rather quickly
Also, have you tried a Seer? I haven't. The -1 to -1.5 turn is exactly what I'm looking for, but some things I've read about it, say it tends to beat in to fast as well.

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FirgetvI said anything.

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Have you tried a Bio Escape in the upper 160's?

I had one for a while and it was a real sweet disc, problem was that it beat in too quick. I replaced it with a Sidewinder.

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