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Old 04-10-2019, 01:24 PM
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P1X is nice but little bit too understable for a main throwing putter. I have tried only Dlines though.

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Have you tried the P2 or P3x? I'm assuming you like a bead, but I could get away with the P2 when I was using it as a thrower. DC's Focus and Challenger both come in a variety of plastics, and could also work. What are you looking for flight wise?
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Old 04-10-2019, 01:31 PM
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I have tried P2 but I prefer the bead. I want laser straight flight with full power throw. My max distance with judges is 300-330ft. I like to throw all my discs with FH as well so I prefer shallower putters. P3x sounds more overstable less glidy point and shoot style disc. I'm using Jokeri for that slot.

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Old 04-10-2019, 01:32 PM
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Try to snag the heaviest X line P1X you can find. They're a bit more stable in that plastic.
I dont want OOP stuff

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Old 04-10-2019, 01:39 PM
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I have tried P2 but I prefer the bead. I want laser straight flight with full power throw. My max distance with judges is 300-330ft. I like to throw all my discs with FH as well so I prefer shallower putters. P3x sounds more overstable less glidy point and shoot style disc. I'm using Jokeri for that slot.

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ESP Challenger sounds right for that. Wizard would definitely be my second choice, as the Focus and BB Aviar will turn a bit at that distance. The Challenger has a small bead, but it still has one. Have you tried beating in a Harp/Jokeri?
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Old 04-10-2019, 03:23 PM
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Old 04-11-2019, 07:26 AM
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P3x is no jokeri. Very different. Try the p3x
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Old 04-11-2019, 07:43 AM
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I want laser straight flight with full power throw. My max distance with judges is 300-330ft. I like to throw all my discs with FH as well so I prefer shallower putters. P3x sounds more overstable less glidy point and shoot style disc. I'm using Jokeri for that slot.
So you want to throw a putter laser straight out to 330' with a FH? Yeesh, don't think I can help you much there, that's like my max FH distance. That's a way different question than you asked in the OP for sure.

Jokeri is fine for that shot, not a lot of putters can take that kind of FH power and not flip or have a ton of fade.
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Old 04-11-2019, 07:45 AM
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Sounds like a PA3 would suit your needs as well. Very straight, not a lot of glide. I personally favor 350g plastic but ymmv.
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So you want to throw a putter laser straight out to 330' with a FH? Yeesh, don't think I can help you much there, that's like my max FH distance. That's a way different question than you asked in the OP for sure.

Jokeri is fine for that shot, not a lot of putters can take that kind of FH power and not flip or have a ton of fade.
Hahaha. No. My BH distance is 300. FH is still pretty weak. I use FH for putter upshots.

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I only comment because you mention Whale and I'm assuming you are speaking of Innova Whale? Anyway, I really like my Whale in XT plastic. You just don't see them mentioned much.
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