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Old 11-15-2019, 08:55 AM
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Suggestions for stuff I should try...I'm thinking of the Rift maybe, an A2, M4 or M3...who knows, leaning towards mids though.

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Old 11-15-2019, 08:59 AM
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400g M4 is my favorite disc. Flies a lot like a comet without the weird feel.

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Old 11-15-2019, 09:32 AM
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400g M4 is my favorite disc. Flies a lot like a comet without the weird feel.
I've really like the M4s I've thrown...especially the flatter ones. Who is it that rocks the A2/M4 combo? Cale?
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Old 11-15-2019, 09:40 AM
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I've really like the M4s I've thrown...especially the flatter ones. Who is it that rocks the A2/M4 combo? Cale?
Cale definitely throws the snot out of the M4... I think pretty much all the top Prodigy players rock the A2. I am an A3 man myself.

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Old 11-15-2019, 09:41 AM
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Cale definitely throws the snot out of the M4... I think pretty much all the top Prodigy players rock the A2. I am an A3 man myself.
What's the difference among the A series discs?

Also, is the M3 a good cycling mid?
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Old 11-15-2019, 10:00 AM
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What's the difference among the A series discs?

Also, is the M3 a good cycling mid?
The A2 is a tad faster and a good bit more OS than the A3. I use the A3 pretty much as I used to use a beat in Zone. The A1 is very OS, enough so to not be of use to my old arm. My A series usage is primarily for forehands unless the wind is flat out howling.

I have yet to meet a mid that wasn't a good cycling mid. If you want to cover all your midrange duties by cycling one disc I would start with something more OS than the M3 but it will take a long time to beat an M2 or MX3 to the point of being truly flippy.

I cycle my M4's although it is a long slow cycle. I also carry a 350g MX3 that I only throw if it is windy. It flies fairly similarly to an M2 but I like the bead and the plastic better than the M2 I was throwing.

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Old 11-15-2019, 10:11 AM
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The A2 is a tad faster and a good bit more OS than the A3. I use the A3 pretty much as I used to use a beat in Zone. The A1 is very OS, enough so to not be of use to my old arm. My A series usage is primarily for forehands unless the wind is flat out howling.

I have yet to meet a mid that wasn't a good cycling mid. If you want to cover all your midrange duties by cycling one disc I would start with something more OS than the M3 but it will take a long time to beat an M2 or MX3 to the point of being truly flippy.

I cycle my M4's although it is a long slow cycle. I also carry a 350g MX3 that I only throw if it is windy. It flies fairly similarly to an M2 but I like the bead and the plastic better than the M2 I was throwing.
I felt up an M3 and MX-3 at a tourney this weekend and really like the feel of both...Is the A3 beaded? Sounds like the A3 might be more in my wheelhouse.
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Old 11-15-2019, 10:15 AM
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I felt up an M3 and MX-3 at a tourney this weekend and really like the feel of both...Is the A3 beaded? Sounds like the A3 might be more in my wheelhouse.
A3 is beaded. My preference is for 300 plastic on them as I want it to beat in and prefer closer to base plastics for touchier shots.

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Old 11-15-2019, 10:39 AM
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Have you tried the Method? Seems to be the glidiest overstable mid I've ever thrown

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