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Old 04-10-2019, 01:37 PM
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Default Putting McPro Aviar vs DX Aviar

Is there a significant difference in the way these 2 discs putt? I ask because I usually putt with the McPro in my rounds but I bought 6 DX Aviars F2s to practice with now that I have a basket. I haven't noticed much difference but I am also not a consistent putter/player. Anything that the disc does unexpectedly I tend to blame on me.
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Old 04-10-2019, 01:42 PM
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Is there a significant difference in the way these 2 discs putt? I ask because I usually putt with the McPro in my rounds but I bought 6 DX Aviars F2s to practice with now that I have a basket. I haven't noticed much difference but I am also not a consistent putter/player. Anything that the disc does unexpectedly I tend to blame on me.
They are the same mold as far as I know. The only difference should be in flexibility (the DX will likely be softer than the McPros), and cold/wet weather grip (the DX should be much better and will dry very easily compared to the McPros). Classic Aviars are essentially really firm DX Aviars, but are slightly straighter for some reason. I know there is probably a mold difference but I'm not an Aviar expert.
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Fancy stamp....'bout it.
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McPro Aviars are the P&A (Putt and Approach) Aviar mold in a stiffer KC Pro plastic. They do seem to perform better on heavy chained baskets, such as MachX, but should fly very similarly.
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I’m pretty sure Mcpros are the Classic Aviar mold with the grid stamp just in stiffer plastic. I could be incorrect. There isn’t much difference between the P&A mold and the classic Aviar in flight. Just a little different feel.
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I’m pretty sure Mcpros are the Classic Aviar mold with the grid stamp just in stiffer plastic. I could be incorrect. There isn’t much difference between the P&A mold and the classic Aviar in flight. Just a little different feel.
It's a beadless P&A in KC material per PMcB himself
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Old 04-10-2019, 04:45 PM
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It's a beadless P&A in KC material per PMcB himself
Now Innova sells a KC Pro Aviar P&A, McPro plastic was a bit more slick then KC after they ran out of the old McPro selling as Touring series plastic. They do that with the KC Pro Aviar, making a limited P&A version but with the ROC 3 in McPro that was not made into KC Pro for a KC Pro ROC 3 to be like the McPro ROC 3 that he had Innova make for him to use as his ROC discs after he had the bag with the 2 Champion ROC's stolen back in late 2014 or late 2015 I forget the year.
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Old 04-15-2019, 06:07 PM
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Basically same disc with different plastic stiffness.

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Anything that the disc does unexpectedly I tend to blame on me.
This is the right attitude I think. Most putters fly pretty much identically within the normal putting range. If they all feel fine in your hands, then practice with them all.

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