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Old 04-22-2019, 09:46 AM
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Anybody have experience with 750 F3s?
It is probably just as forgotten and random as the 400. I like 400 f3s but they are fairly random in flight, one can be flippy and the next stable. I just have many of the green proto 400 ones that fly really nice and straight. I really like this mold but it is very forgotten/unused by many. Like any Prodigy disc if you find one you like, buy several of that color/run/weight, because good luck finding another one like it again.
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Old 04-22-2019, 02:18 PM
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It is probably just as forgotten and random as the 400. I like 400 f3s but they are fairly random in flight, one can be flippy and the next stable. I just have many of the green proto 400 ones that fly really nice and straight. I really like this mold but it is very forgotten/unused by many. Like any Prodigy disc if you find one you like, buy several of that color/run/weight, because good luck finding another one like it again.
Interesting, that's a bit unfortunate. I thew some 400 F3s that flew close to FD/River in flight. Ordered some in 750 a couple days ago under the assumption they'd be a little more stable but still straight discs.
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Old 04-22-2019, 02:46 PM
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Interesting, that's a bit unfortunate. I thew some 400 F3s that flew close to FD/River in flight. Ordered some in 750 a couple days ago under the assumption they'd be a little more stable but still straight discs.
That would be my guess too. I don't think it will matter, any way they should be a pretty straight disc. At worst they will fade a bit at the end or need little hyzer. They are a very "fd/river" like disc. Fortunately they are a slow disc so the changes in stability cannot be too big

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Old 12-23-2019, 06:29 PM
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Got an F3 in 400 plastic.. Just digging this thread before I throw it.. No time tonight. It's a 174 so probably going to be a beefy disc for me.
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Old 12-24-2019, 12:55 AM
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Anybody have experience with 750 F3s?
I had some 750 F3s. I gave them to a friend.

I didn't like them (F3s). Brand new they had some turn before they tried to fight back. They weren't as reliable in the wind on our big open courses. I have F1s and some really overstable F2s for those.

On our (few) tighter courses I also carry a mix of 750 F5s and 400 F5s.
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