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Old 12-11-2012, 10:11 AM
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QJLS great disc, like a shorter teebird. Anhyzer disc, great control.
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Old 12-11-2012, 10:20 AM
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Millennium is great. Love my SOLFs! Have a handful of them all in varied condition and weights. Go to FH disc for me which is about 3/4 of my drives. I introduced my fiance and sister to disc golf and both primarily use the JLS and Polaris for drivers.
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Old 12-11-2012, 10:21 AM
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I have multiple midranges marked SSF but they have no factory stamp indicationg the mold but have innova tooling (they all have team innova stamps). My initial thought was that they are Millenium, or maybe I am just dumb and didn't connect the dots, but can someone verify what mold is marked SSF and let me know if A) I am smart and it is Millenium, or B) I am dumb. Won't be too surprised if it's B, but any help would be appreciated. Thanks!
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Old 12-11-2012, 10:25 AM
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I tired out a JLS on a lark and found it pretty reliable, but nothing I didn't already have. My dad throws old Millenium Tachyons though. He can't get some pretty crazy distance on them.
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Old 12-11-2012, 10:46 AM
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I have multiple midranges marked SSF but they have no factory stamp indicationg the mold but have innova tooling (they all have team innova stamps). My initial thought was that they are Millenium, or maybe I am just dumb and didn't connect the dots, but can someone verify what mold is marked SSF and let me know if A) I am smart and it is Millenium, or B) I am dumb. Won't be too surprised if it's B, but any help would be appreciated. Thanks!
SSF = Sirius Sentinel Fade

So yes it is Millennium
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Old 12-11-2012, 11:00 AM
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Always keep a first run QJLS in the bag. Own about 5 of them.
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Old 12-11-2012, 11:15 AM
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Back in the 90's when I mostly putted with small Bead Aviars I used the old Omega AP becasue the plastic was grippy awesomesauce. I wish they still made those.

I used EXP1's as my forehand/wind driver for many years. I wish they still made those.

I used Aurora MF's for a long time as my mid becasue we got a bunch in the shop and they didn't sell. I bought them to get them out of my inventory. They flew a lot like an Pro plastic Ontario Roc, and I loves me an Ontario Roc. I wish they still made those.

When the Orion LF came out I threw those. The 1.1 SOLF's were great. They seemed to have a wide range of stable; big arms could throw them and they didn't turn over but a weenie arm could throw it and it didn't dump. Great, great disc. I didn't stock up on them, though. When I went to get more the 1.2's I got were meathooks that just dumped left all day long. I miss the 1.1's, I wish they still made those.

I threw the Polaris LS for a long time but switched to the JLS when it came out. They were too close to carry both IMO.

I still have Sentinels and JLS in the bag.
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Old 12-11-2012, 11:54 AM
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i love millennium,i live in mill country so im a little biased.

back in the day i used to throw a lot of mill.my first disc was an aurora ms. i loved the plastic and just the discs in general.

aurora mf
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polaris LF was my fave
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carried alot of the naked polaris as well.

now,i only carry qjls,qsents and occasionally the qms or omega. i still have my first aurora ,just sits in the bin. if it wasnt black and warped,id probably throw it.

millennium is seriously underrated but it has gained morenpopularity over the last couple years or so.
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Old 12-11-2012, 12:01 PM
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Millennium?
Oh yeah.
Polaris LS for flip-hyzers.
JLS for drives that have to finish anny.
QJLS (First Run) for drives that have to finish with Fade.
EXP1's for distance thumbers.
I use the QMS/AuroraMS for finding flaws in my form, like some people use Comets. The QMS/AuroraMS will go like you throw.
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Old 12-11-2012, 12:02 PM
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i didn't know they stopped making the EXP1... lame. I liked that disc, even though it wasn't in my bag... maybe why they stopped making it.
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