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Old 07-09-2013, 12:20 AM
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Whats up everyone. I need to pick your brains. So I recently started carrying a Z Wasp and a TI Wasp. Great discs but I thought they would be more overstable. I can drive with both to about 275-300 and they just stay straight with minimal fade. I looked up the Drone and people say its a meat hook. I came across a Hornet Vs. Wasp thread that was not very helpful. Someone did describe the Hornet as an overstable Buzzz which sounds great. I do perfer shallow rimmed mids which is why I love the Buzzz. I guess I want to know if there is any truth to that. I am open to other manufactures but it needs to be a shallow rimmed disc. Thanks
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Old 07-09-2013, 12:25 AM
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use your jokeri.

seriously though; my jokeri and pain do have quite a bit of overlap. i don't know a whole lot about the many, many mids out there, but it works as a good tweener disc for me. it could probably cover your os mid slot like it does on a lot of shots for me. just a thought!
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Old 07-09-2013, 12:27 AM
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Gator, Drone or Tensor. What ever you get I recommend your overstable discs in a Z/Champ type plastic.
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Old 07-09-2013, 12:34 AM
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Also consider the trident, or small stiletto if you prefer.
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Old 07-09-2013, 12:41 AM
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i've been digging my Verdict lately. but u have to get one in the moonshine plastic if u want one
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Old 07-09-2013, 12:43 AM
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The question is.... Do you have bad form causing your wasp to turn over easily? Also, weight of the wasp? And is it flat?


I have a really stable wasp, but I've also came across some super domey and not so stable wasps. Drone is a beefy mid, I don't feel the hornet is any more overstable than a flat wasp, but that's just me.
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Old 07-09-2013, 01:35 AM
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Had a FLX Drone for many years and it does a great job at being overstable. They tend to do crashing meat hooks for landings. For the past year I have been using the an ESP Zone for those shots and it has been working out great. Shallower than the Drone and the rim has a more comfortable feel in the hand, for myself. This may be classified as a putter, but definitely does the job of a mid and that's how I use mine.
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Are you looking for a meathook? Try the ESP Zone. If you want a longer very OS mid/fairway, you could go with the Opto Trident.

If you want straighter, with a dependable fade, the MVP Tensor might be up your alley.
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I recently posted a thread.. The drone is the most OS.. I picked the Vector because it's perfect for the slot.. Others say the Tensor, Hornet, and Gator..
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Prodigy M1 is pretty beefy. Nice grippy plastic too.

The most overstable mid I've ever tried (and I have pretty much all the overstable mids) is the Gateway Demon in Evolution plastic. That and the Zone are the only ones I can rely on for forehand.

If you really need low profile though, get a Zone. Cryztal plastic if you can find it.
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