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I do have a Flex and SB Breaker in the bag today..and a CryZtal Zone...but in a way it would be easier to just go with a few zones together with my Lunas
How OS is your most OS Luna? I find there is not enough room between my FR McZ Zone and Cryztal Luna for a disc, but I do have a seasoned Pro-D Zone for the wetter/snowier rounds. I don't throw a ton of FH approaches, as I find the Luna/Zone to be easy to range on BH hyzer approaches. I've considered getting an X Soft Zone for hit and stick approaches but I haven't yet.
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Old 01-15-2020, 01:22 AM
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How OS is your most OS Luna? I find there is not enough room between my FR McZ Zone and Cryztal Luna for a disc, but I do have a seasoned Pro-D Zone for the wetter/snowier rounds. I don't throw a ton of FH approaches, as I find the Luna/Zone to be easy to range on BH hyzer approaches. I've considered getting an X Soft Zone for hit and stick approaches but I haven't yet.
My CryZtal LUNAs are OS enough and i love it for short approaches. . .but i really like someting a hair less deep and flatter for "of the tee driving" . .like the Breaker, Ringer

But maybe i just need to practice more with the CryZtal and ESP LUNA of the tee and just go LUNA/Zone as throwing putters. .. and my K2 BERG will never leave my bag

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Old 01-15-2020, 04:58 PM
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My CryZtal LUNAs are OS enough and i love it for short approaches. . .but i really like someting a hair less deep and flatter for "of the tee driving" . .like the Breaker, Ringer

But maybe i just need to practice more with the CryZtal and ESP LUNA of the tee and just go LUNA/Zone as throwing putters. .. and my K2 BERG will never leave my bag
I'd work with the Lunas first. If some extra work with the Lunas doesn't fill the slot, than I'd look at working with the Breaker/Ringer/low-end Zone.
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Is there a disc that fits between Zone and a Firebird? Love my Zones, i have a JB, Z and a Cryztal FLX. From straight to overstable. Same with Firebirds. I have tried a Gator, was not for me. MD4 was too straight. Justice was close, but hard to find "straight" ones. So, any ideas?
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I use an Anvil for the slot you’re talking about. Very OS and longer than a Zone.

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Is there a disc that fits between Zone and a Firebird? Love my Zones, i have a JB, Z and a Cryztal FLX. From straight to overstable. Same with Firebirds. I have tried a Gator, was not for me. MD4 was too straight. Justice was close, but hard to find "straight" ones. So, any ideas?
I use a quake and trident between my zone and firebird

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I use an Anvil for the slot you’re talking about. Very OS and longer than a Zone.
Sounds like a Malta
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I use a quake and trident between my zone and firebird
Quake is the answer.
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Is there a disc that fits between Zone and a Firebird? Love my Zones, i have a JB, Z and a Cryztal FLX. From straight to overstable. Same with Firebirds. I have tried a Gator, was not for me. MD4 was too straight. Justice was close, but hard to find "straight" ones. So, any ideas?
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Depends on whether you are looking for a longer mid or a shorter driver.

Kaxe, Banshee, Resistor are the first discs I think of. All overstable tweeners.
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