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Old 11-06-2018, 12:25 AM
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The worse flashing left on discs were old: 2001 CE Rocs. It was probably a good 1/8"+ on the outer rim. You had to take a knife to them before you could thrown them.
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Old 11-06-2018, 10:16 AM
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That came up in another thread recently and got flamed, but until then I thought it was common knowledge. It fits the whole "sometimes the plastic is like this and sometimes it's like that" reality of golf discs. The story on the street at the time was that CE was the result of a pellet Rubbermaid ordered and Innova got the leftovers from. Then Rubbermaid decided to change the formula for their pellets and CE went bye-bye.
So I had the right idea trying to fling the tops of my containers across the room the whole time.
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Old 11-06-2018, 11:11 AM
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the little notches on the sides?
Yes. In most companies, the sprue is what most call the nipple on the underside in the middle of the disc. MVP has flashing on their core. It's just conveniently hidden by the overmold, and their flashing on the overmold isn't always cleanly removed.

I'm actually more comfortable with excessive flashing. It's easily removed if it's a problem. I recently bought a couple of the last Beetles I could find on sale, and the flashing on the wing is really minute, but it's super sharp. Just tossing it up and down on the couch, I thought I got the equivalent of a paper cut. No thanks!

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Old 11-06-2018, 11:31 AM
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no flashing on mvp

also i think z by discraft is indestructible for mids regardless of era

some l64 and innova have remarkably horrid flashing recently
No recent experience, but when I tried to replace my 2nd run ion, the newer run ion had horrible flashing. Really uncomfortable to grip. This was at least 5 years ago. I wouldn't be surprised if their quality control has improved since.
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Sprue: noun / a channel through which molten metal or plastic is poured into a mold.

it is also the name of the leftover material from molding processes.
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