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Old 07-06-2017, 10:40 PM
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Can't be a Foxbat unless the Foxbat is a typical Innova mashup. It has an older tooling, or at least it looks like it. The Colt did have patent numbers though.
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Old 07-07-2017, 01:31 AM
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Hi there. I'm new to disc golf and to this forum. I just bought Latitude 64 disc that does not include a model name on the stamp. I think it is a Pure. Can anyone verify?


Looks like a harp to me.
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Old 07-07-2017, 01:35 AM
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Can't be a Foxbat unless the Foxbat is a typical Innova mashup. It has an older tooling, or at least it looks like it. The Colt did have patent numbers though.
I think it is the Foxbat. Rim looks like the pic on here
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Old 07-08-2017, 05:04 PM
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Just got a a couple more I'm curious about. First it this Innova Ace. Feels kinda like a teebird, just curious if anyone else knows about this.

And this Lat 64 Medius. Haven't found any info about flight numbers or anything. Sure it's OOP but not when or how well production went.


And if anyone can help identify this disc by the stamp that would be cool. It says San Francisco Safari, 2007.



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Old 07-10-2017, 12:09 AM
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Just got a a couple more I'm curious about. First it this Innova Ace. Feels kinda like a teebird, just curious if anyone else knows about this.

And this Lat 64 Medius. Haven't found any info about flight numbers or anything. Sure it's OOP but not when or how well production went.


And if anyone can help identify this disc by the stamp that would be cool. It says San Francisco Safari, 2007.



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So the San Francisco Safari has Discraft imprinted on the rim. Doesn't have the mold anywhere.


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Old 07-10-2017, 12:49 AM
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So the San Francisco Safari has Discraft imprinted on the rim....
Get the ruler/calipers out. Date does narrow it down a lot.

I have three Medius. Bought new but very cheap at a PIAS and found little info then.
? 5/4/0/1 A shallower and deadened buzzz was my opinion.

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Old 07-10-2017, 01:27 AM
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Get the ruler/calipers out. Date does narrow it down a lot.

I have three Medius. Bought new but very cheap at a PIAS and found little info then.
? 5/4/0/1 A shallower and deadened buzzz was my opinion.


I don't have a ruler around, but it feel comparable to a speed 10-12.
Here's a side view.



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Old 07-10-2017, 03:31 PM
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Surge, Flash, Crush, Rogue, Riptide are all possible options as to what that mystery disc is. I would throw it in the field and see how it flies and that would help determine which one it is. My guess is Surge but it could be any of them.
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Old 07-11-2017, 03:27 PM
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Just got a a couple more I'm curious about. First it this Innova Ace. Feels kinda like a teebird, just curious if anyone else knows about this.
The Innova Ace is an old "made for Wal-Mart" disc. They all weighed in the 160's someplace. It's the same mold used top make the Millennium JLS run in DX plastic. Millennium doesn't use DX so that made it somewhat unique to the JLS I suppose. They only made them in the early 00's.

Edit: It's says right on the stamp, they were all 165g.
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And this Lat 64 Medius. Haven't found any info about flight numbers or anything. Sure it's OOP but not when or how well production went.

Lat 64 came out in the mid '00's with a putter (Sinus) mid (Medius) and driver (Primitus). The putter and driver were meathooks. The Medius had a little early turn and a lot of late dump, so you could get some decent D off a big S flight, kinda like a shorter Eagle. None of those early discs were really any good. After a few years they started making discs that you could use (Pure/Striker/Trident/XXX) and the Core was the only decent Mid they had. It's funny that they are taking over the disc golf World now, because for the first 5-6 years they were around their discs kinda stunk.

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