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Old 12-16-2011, 12:08 AM
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So if these discs do not penetrate leaves well...does this mean they will not be as dangerous in the hands of disc slinging chuckers?

I hope this is true and I hope Innova markets these discs like all hell so every noob, chucker, and slinger wants to only throw Blizzard discs.

This could alleviate many safety concerns and perhaps save some trees and courses from from extinction.

disclaimer: I'm not very good but I don't throw high speed discs at top flail either
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Old 12-16-2011, 12:23 AM
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Wouldn't even consider throwing those molds in 150-155.
I can throw 400' and I throw slower discs (Orion LF) than these in 164g without flipping them over. I can only imagine these would be great discs in 150-155g for us "bigger arms". I can't wait to try one out.

Are you tourqing heavy discs over to get out to 450'?
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Old 12-16-2011, 12:24 AM
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blizzard isn't sparkle, they're air bubbles and they're made to be lightweight
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Old 12-16-2011, 12:24 AM
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I can throw 400' and I throw slower discs (Orion LF) than these in 164g without flipping them over. I can only imagine these would be great discs in 150-155g for us "bigger arms". I can't wait to try one out.

Are you tourqing heavy discs over to get out to 450'?
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Old 12-16-2011, 12:43 AM
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yous guys ever think to have it sent to one of us "southerners" and have us send it up to you?
I've done it before, it only costs me like a buck extra to send it to canada (single disc).. so if it's more cost efficient, why don't you just ask?
baileyt1212 did...
thanks Jeff

I have done this before a few times...jmitch has hooked me up with some discs from Hazard...who don't ship to Canada
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Old 12-16-2011, 12:46 AM
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thanks Jeff

I have done this before a few times...jmitch has hooked me up with some discs from Hazard...who don't ship to Canada
that's who I helped bailey with.
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Old 12-16-2011, 12:49 AM
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yous guys ever think to have it sent to one of us "southerners" and have us send it up to you?
I've done it before, it only costs me like a buck extra to send it to canada (single disc).. so if it's more cost efficient, why don't you just ask?
baileyt1212 did...
Never thought of it. Wife just paid an arm and a leg to ship 3 discs from GGGT for my Christmas present.
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Old 12-16-2011, 12:50 AM
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Bought a Wraith boss and katana. Just for the hell of it. We will see how they are
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Old 12-16-2011, 12:52 AM
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I've never actually bought from GGGT
I've found Marshallstreet to be quite reasonable and if you chat with Wendy at Clearwater you can get her to send USPS which works out cheaper than what the website would say
I don't use DGC anymore as I find them to be expensive

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and Jeff if they put up some BLizzard Destroyers I might just hit you up for a favor
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Old 12-16-2011, 01:18 AM
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uuuhhh to the OP I have a japan open 153 champ orc with a 410ft ace and a 158 japan open star destroyer with a 390ft ace. TRUST ME the light weight plastic is bad ass and flies just as good as max weight, and is realy nice to have on short "touch shots". Yes the wind is a factor but I dont realy find it to be a problem. Right now I carry a 149 elite Z flick and its my baby. I have hit a 180ft upshot for birdy with the '49er flick. My best secret weapon for putting is my 158 proto gummy japan open champ XD, even better I can drive 300ft with it
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