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Old 02-15-2020, 09:33 PM
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I've done some searching but no luck. Here's my Leopard problem, and I know I can't be the only one.


I love Leopards. I love champion plastic. I don't give a flying #$%^ about Barry Schultz and his signature. Is there a remedy for this? All I see for sale on the major sites are the Schultz discs.
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See if you can find some Factory Second Champion Leopards. Infinite Discs sometimes has F2 discs (I have not checked to see if they have F2 Champ Leopards), and the Innova Proshop might have F2 Champ Leopards.
The Innova Factory store has a couple hundred F2 Champ Leopards in stock right now.
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Old 02-15-2020, 09:38 PM
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The Innova Factory store has a couple hundred F2 Champ Leopards in stock right now.
Thanks for helping a noob! Didn't even know they had an outlet for seconds.

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Old 02-15-2020, 10:23 PM
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Thanks for helping a noob! Didn't even know they had an outlet for seconds.
proshop.innovadiscs.com

www.infinitediscs.com

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Old 02-15-2020, 10:54 PM
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Thanks for helping a noob! Didn't even know they had an outlet for seconds.
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https://store.discgolfunited.com/

(Storefront link -, lots of site contents)

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Old 05-08-2020, 07:14 AM
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My buddy got a new dx leopard, I used it on a couple holes. They were need to go right with precision but farther than my crappy forehand allows holes.
I threw on a third hole that leads me to believe if I can get it really dialed in I could throw it on a hyzerflip distance line. Said hole had water on front and to the left so I didn't want to get too aggressive mashing a hyzer out to the left when im not familiar with and more importantly not my disc... I did this but not to the degree I normally would and turned it over a bit too much. He said he wouldn't have cared, 7 dollar disc, but still.

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Ok, so, being that this was a new dx disc, can I expect this stability to last very long? In other words, should I order a dx and a pro? How different is a pro to a fresh dx? I.e., could I skip the dx if comparable and it's just going to suck after a couple rounds... or is that silly?
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Old 05-08-2020, 09:10 AM
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Anyway, *QUESTION:
Ok, so, being that this was a new dx disc, can I expect this stability to last very long? In other words, should I order a dx and a pro? How different is a pro to a fresh dx? I.e., could I skip the dx if comparable and it's just going to suck after a couple rounds... or is that silly?
Just go with a pro near max weight. It'll be more stable than a fresh DX but nothing crazy. It'll beat in decently quick but keep a sweet spot for way longer than DX. Pro Leopards are an amazing disc.

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Old 05-08-2020, 10:45 AM
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...How different is a pro to a fresh dx?
They are two very different discs. Almost like comparing Pro Leos to Champion Leos.

I prefer Pro Leopards because they are more forgiving than DX, as well as more predictable. This isn't necessarily a disc issue, but rather a "less than stellar" form issue on my part. Pro doesn't punish my flaws as much as DX.

DX Leos are fun, but Pro Leos are magic.

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Old 05-08-2020, 11:09 AM
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...Pro Leos are magic.
Pulled out that quote just in case anyone missed it ^^^

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Old 05-08-2020, 11:21 AM
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Anyway, *QUESTION:

Ok, so, being that this was a new dx disc, can I expect this stability to last very long? In other words, should I order a dx and a pro? How different is a pro to a fresh dx? I.e., could I skip the dx if comparable and it's just going to suck after a couple rounds... or is that silly?
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Just go with a pro near max weight. It'll be more stable than a fresh DX but nothing crazy. It'll beat in decently quick but keep a sweet spot for way longer than DX. Pro Leopards are an amazing disc.
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They are two very different discs. Almost like comparing Pro Leos to Champion Leos.

I prefer Pro Leopards because they are more forgiving than DX, as well as more predictable. This isn't necessarily a disc issue, but rather a "less than stellar" form issue on my part. Pro doesn't punish my flaws as much as DX.

DX Leos are fun, but Pro Leos are magic.
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Pulled out that quote just in case anyone missed it ^^^
I might get both then, hah! Sort of what I was expecting to settle on... thanks guys!

Having an extra DX leopard shouldn't hurt anyway for friends or kids.
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Old 05-08-2020, 11:31 AM
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Pulled out that quote just in case anyone missed it ^^^
BTW, I've had my marmogage in my wallet for months now, patiently waiting on the day I can get to a store with pro leopards. Covid struck and I'm not sure when work travel will start again, limiting store options... Might have to buy online and hope for the best. So been planning on the pro anyway, just haven't had the chance to get one in person...

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