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Old 06-20-2016, 02:45 PM
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My original intent wasn't really to make it a challenge and more to give feedback on my personal idea, but this is good too :thumbup:
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Old 06-20-2016, 02:53 PM
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^^^Goes without saying^^^.

But just to play along:

DX Polecat (for putts, approaches and any other time you wanna throw a canned ham at some chains.)
CH Thunderbird (great, all-purpose semi-stable driver.))
CH Starfire (slightly more stable version of the Thunderbird.)
CH Groove (for a conversation starter.)

If I couldn't bag any Rocs, I'd have a Shark of some sort in there. And if I couldn't bag a Firebird, I'd bag an Eagle instead. Not sure what I'd throw in place of my Teebird.
Id put the eagle in for the TB and banshee in for the FB. Not just any Banshee though. The PFN champ. Once the newer ones with flight numbers came out, they disc was never the same. Not that great of a disc since then, comparatively speaking
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Old 06-20-2016, 02:55 PM
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My original intent wasn't really to make it a challenge and more to give feedback on my personal idea, but this is good too :thumbup:
You should have just listed what you were thinking of doing for a setup and take feedback on that. Your OP left it open for all sorts of combos, as your post implied that to be what you're looking for.
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Old 06-20-2016, 03:05 PM
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Stick with that Cro. Good disc, I used to throw the champion with dx stamp they had offered in the proshop, good disc.
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Old 06-20-2016, 03:23 PM
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Just for fun, I think I want to try an all Innova/Discmania bag without the Aviar, Roc, Teebird, Firebird, or Destroyer. I want to give their other molds some love, but also, the Roc, Teebird, or Destroyer have never clicked with me. I'm open to ideas, but I'm thinking something like:

P2- Colt- Stud

Coyote- Cro

Leopard3-FD2- Starfire- Monster/Tee Rex

Katana- Boss- Excalibur

I throw putters up to 260, mids 250-330, fairways/control 330-380, distance 380-450. Amy help is always appreciated!
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My original intent wasn't really to make it a challenge and more to give feedback on my personal idea, but this is good too :thumbup:
In that case:

P2 - Putting
Stud - Driving Putter

Cro - multiples in dx and star to cover most mid shots
Gator - short range utility

Leo3 - turnover, tunnel fairway
FD2 - workhorse fairway

TD - turnover control
Starfire - main control
Monster - long range utility

Boss - max d, couple in different plastics and wear
Excalibur - if you need it

I doubt you need the colt and stud, seem fairly close. And I don't throw nearly as far, so IDK if you really need the Monster and Excal. The Cro is a good disc as someone already stated, carried it for years, they break in nicely.
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Old 06-20-2016, 03:43 PM
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Champ valkyrie, champ beast, glo champ tl, champ coyote, star gator, yeti, xd. That's what I've got if you take the tb and roc outta my bag. And maybe a pig.
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Old 06-20-2016, 04:12 PM
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This would be my lineup
Putters
Nova-straight approaches
Rhyno-(BH and FH) cover meathook right and left
P2-putting

Mids
Shark3-beat to cover all shots
Mako3- line shaping

Fairway
Eagle-OS
FD-straight
Leo3-US

Control
Pd-cline for OS, S for stable w/fade, new P for a little turn, beat P for US

Distance
Boss-beat to cover all shots

Utility
Gator-shorter FB
monster-longer FB

I'd feel pretty comfortable using this setup and the only disc I bag out of this setup is the Pd
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Old 06-20-2016, 04:34 PM
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Needs more Vipers, Eagles, and Panthers.
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Old 06-20-2016, 05:07 PM
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IMO, when OP said no classics, kinda meant Eagles and Leos too. They weren't mentioned, but how many use them, or at least gave them a run at some point.
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Old 06-20-2016, 05:17 PM
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IMO, when OP said no classics, kinda meant Eagles and Leos too. They weren't mentioned, but how many use them, or at least gave them a run at some point.
I don't think he meant no Leo's cause in the setup he was thinking about, he put a leo3
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