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View Poll Results: best trilogy flick sidearm forehand distance driver disc
trespass 14 18.67%
enforcer 9 12.00%
king 5 6.67%
scythe 15 20.00%
villain 3 4.00%
trident 13 17.33%
xxx 8 10.67%
stiletto 5 6.67%
striker 6 8.00%
halo 4 5.33%
havoc 2 2.67%
boatman 10 13.33%
world 12 16.00%
sorcerer 4 5.33%
giant 8 10.67%
sword 5 6.67%
northman 4 5.33%
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Old 12-07-2014, 03:20 PM
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Default Best Trilogy Forehand Flick Sidearm Driver disc

Distance desired: Around 250-350 on golf lines AND open fields.


Trespass
Enforcer
King
Scythe
Villain
Trident
Xxx
Stiletto
Striker
Halo
Havoc
Boatman
World
Sorcerer
Giant
Sword
Northman

other???


I'm choosing Trespass overall, except it doesn't do too well in stronger winds. So my answer can change if I find some other disc, but I haven't thrown most of the discs on my list.
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Old 12-07-2014, 03:25 PM
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Any of them, depending on the throw/line.
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Old 12-07-2014, 03:30 PM
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A lot of these are really good, I could bag half of these for that shot.

I voted Giant becuase it has great glide and can hit very long distances quite easily. It's also overstable enough to make a pretty good flex line disc, and you can really give it some power.

I really like the Sythe, XXX and Trident. I bag the Trident for flicks 250-325
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umm saint dude. IT HOLDS ANY LINE YOU PUT IT ON
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Any of them, depending on the throw/line.
I'm looking for the best of the best, overall on EVERY line.

Of course everyone throws differently, that's why I wanted everyone's opinion on what They like. It's still helpful to hear.

Looks like lots of votes are in already, sweet.
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Take it with a grain of salt, XXX is the only disc I can FH outside of my mids and putters. My form isn't great. That being said, I can FH a XXX pretty consistently with no problems. It just fits in the hand nicely, making for a better release for me than a true distance driver.
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Take it with a grain of salt, XXX is the only disc I can FH outside of my mids and putters. My form isn't great. That being said, I can FH a XXX pretty consistently with no problems. It just fits in the hand nicely, making for a better release for me than a true distance driver.
xxx works well like a fb does

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Boatman hands down
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Old 12-07-2014, 05:36 PM
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Pure distance? I use Sorcerers but I expect a lot of play. Also have to hyzer flip it a little.

Giant for headwinds, skips, lasers to fade, getting around corners...basically anything but a wide open pure distance shot.
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thread fail. the correct answer for those distances is FELON, not on the list
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