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Old 07-29-2020, 04:49 PM
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Gateway while putting out some more traditional feeling drivers the last few years has to be one of the only companies that have some beaded ones. Got a newer run Savage as the "prototype" disc in a mystery box, wasn't really wowed by it, Apaches could be all over the place with the dome, the Ninja though was a nice addition, flew like the flatter champ/z plastic Apaches. Also the newer Samurais, even with the sandblasted wing feel so much better now, the older HPP ones were absurdly domey, these feel nice and sleek in the hand, just made to rip a big hyzer flip with.
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Old 07-29-2020, 08:05 PM
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Is this thread old enough that it predates the Stego?
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Old 07-30-2020, 12:26 AM
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Gateway while putting out some more traditional feeling drivers the last few years has to be one of the only companies that have some beaded ones. Got a newer run Savage as the "prototype" disc in a mystery box, wasn't really wowed by it, Apaches could be all over the place with the dome, the Ninja though was a nice addition, flew like the flatter champ/z plastic Apaches. Also the newer Samurais, even with the sandblasted wing feel so much better now, the older HPP ones were absurdly domey, these feel nice and sleek in the hand, just made to rip a big hyzer flip with.
Nope Discraft Still makes the Stalker and then the Glide with the microbead both fairway drivers. Unless you mean Driving Drivers Speed 9-10 on up.
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Old 07-30-2020, 12:36 AM
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Is this thread old enough that it predates the Stego?
This thread was made in 2018, I think that mold was bran new when it came out in 2016 when I was coming back to disc golf.

Also almost forgot the Dimpled disc that Destiny Discs/Dynamic Disc made in the 1990's that was one of the disc that did not pass PDGA approval and the company Stamped that on the disc anyhow that it was Approved due to the stiffness of the disc. The company had a Strike before in mid 1980 for keeping the PDGA approved on the Super Puppy discs the beyond 200 gram sets. Not Destiny fault, the company made a few molds before 1982 that were not PDGA approved later due to size.
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Spider, Gator. Cayman, Skeeter, and Hyzerbomb Morter made Millennium discs by Innova factory. There is not much else at speed 5 with a putter shape to the mold. All discs made by Innova factory that throw well for what the player might want in a disc mold. Good molds too boot.
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Old 07-30-2020, 06:37 AM
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Spider, Gator. Cayman, Skeeter, and Hyzerbomb Morter made Millennium discs by Innova factory. There is not much else at speed 5 with a putter shape to the mold. All discs made by Innova factory that throw well for what the player might want in a disc mold. Good molds too boot.
I bag the Spider consistently. great utility/putting disc.

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Old 07-30-2020, 07:20 AM
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Is this thread old enough that it predates the Stego?
Apparently not (post #4):
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Aerobie Epic. Nothing else is like it as far as I know.

As for a newer disc ... the Reptilian Disc Golf Stego. It is not quite like anything else on the market.
...nice necro-bump, but the thread's not all that ancient.
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Old 07-30-2020, 06:08 PM
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I bag the Spider consistently. great utility/putting disc.
Is that mold Fully oop now or is the Star Spider Still made?
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Is that mold Fully oop now or is the Star Spider Still made?
I haven't checked in a while but I thought it was still produced in champion as well, but I could be wrong my spider information is a bit dated... Also when I look for spiders I prefer the older PFN champ anyways
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Old 07-30-2020, 07:25 PM
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I haven't checked in a while but I thought it was still produced in champion as well, but I could be wrong my spider information is a bit dated... Also when I look for spiders I prefer the older PFN champ anyways
Nope Champion has not been made since 2000's sometime.
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