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Old 03-24-2020, 07:57 AM
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The new MJ Tour Series are probably the beefiest comet Ive thrown to date.
The 2018s or 2019s? I have a stack of 2018s, but only 1 2019. I prefer the shape of the 2018s which is why I stocked up. Seem plenty stable for a Comet
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Old 03-24-2020, 08:27 AM
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How about the Titaniums? In comparison to Z & Glo Z?
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Old 03-24-2020, 10:28 AM
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How about the Titaniums? In comparison to Z & Glo Z?

So, the comet has had a few molding variations over the past decade with the most recent happening between fall of 2018 and March of 2019. Prior to the fall change, most comets had a lower shoulder and less of a dome to them. This resulted in a really straight flying comet IMO. However when they started to run the MJ Tour Series for 2019, something changed and most of the comets Ive purchased in the past year have a high shoulder with a bit more dome on them. These seem to have a little more stability to them...again this is my opinion only.

So, if youre looking for a more overstable comet, most of the 2019 MJs are what youre looking for. However, there have been some 2019 MJs that came out a little flatter and fly really straight.

The current run of Tis are ok, but Id put them just a smidge less than the high shoulder/domey MJs.

If you can find the Discraft Bar Stamp Glow Comets, they are crazy beefy for a Comet. The 2020 MJs might also fit the bill for you as well as they have some stability to them.

For what its worth, I put a fresh domey 2019 MJ in my bag at the start of last season. It just got retired because of an ace, but prior to that, I could still rip on it even into a little headwind and have it flip to flat and fly a laser beam out to 320.


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Old 03-24-2020, 10:29 AM
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Ive not purchased any recent Zs, so I cant speak to those. Just look for a high shoulder and a bit of dome if you want a comet that has stability.


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FWIW, I love the term "Cometeers."
So FWIW I was in another thread asking for midrange advice.. Someone suggested the Comet though unique could be replaced by a different disc. So now I'm here trademarking/ offering up our battle cry:

I strike thee down in the name of the Cometeers!!!!
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Old 03-25-2020, 01:24 PM
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Old 03-25-2020, 01:25 PM
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Damn. Where'd you get those?

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Damn. Where'd you get those?

I could have bought more, but had to show some restraint. MST, OTB and a local shop.


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