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Old 11-12-2012, 11:50 AM
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I really like my 175 Ape but it is green and hard to find. I have decided to replace it with a 150g DX leopard that my dog chewed on. They fly about the same, especially for 350' spikehyzer sidearms.
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Old 11-12-2012, 12:20 PM
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I really like my 175 Ape but it is green and hard to find. I have decided to replace it with a 150g DX leopard that my dog chewed on. They fly about the same, especially for 350' spikehyzer sidearms.
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Old 11-12-2012, 08:24 PM
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LOVE my 1st run Wedge for short range hyzer-flips and for short to mid range turnovers.
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Would a Star Wedge be close to a shorter Meteor? I suck at forehand, and have several holes where a RHBH left to right shot is needed. For me to get a Meteor to turn that way, I have to throw it somewhat fast meaning lots of over shots.
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Would a Star Wedge be close to a shorter Meteor? I suck at forehand, and have several holes where a RHBH left to right shot is needed. For me to get a Meteor to turn that way, I have to throw it somewhat fast meaning lots of over shots.
Yes. However, the Wedge doesn't feel a lot like a Meteor in the hand (at least to me).
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Would a Star Wedge be close to a shorter Meteor? I suck at forehand, and have several holes where a RHBH left to right shot is needed. For me to get a Meteor to turn that way, I have to throw it somewhat fast meaning lots of over shots.
You might love the wedge for this actually. Its very skeeter-esk but different profile and the meteor is definitely the faster brother to both innova like discs and more similar to a mako.
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I really like my 175 Ape but it is green and hard to find. I have decided to replace it with a 150g DX leopard that my dog chewed on. They fly about the same, especially for 350' spikehyzer sidearms.
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Thanks guys. Will pick one up next time I make an order. None can be found here locally.
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Old 04-02-2014, 11:27 AM
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Thanks guys. Will pick one up next time I make an order. None can be found here locally.
I think there is one on the rack at my PIAS... Used and probably inked but LMK and ill check it out for you. PM addy if interested.
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At 200 feet compare Wedge and XD. Thinking about picking one up for an 8 y/o.

Guessing the Wedge is a bit more under stable?
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