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Old 12-01-2019, 08:38 AM
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This is a good setup for an ideal bag of discs that I would like to have. you can scramble similar discs from other manufacturers.

P2 - D-lines, one S-line
Pig - One of these OS putters (Harp, Zone)
Roc - KC Rocs, ranging from stable to US, one Metalflake Roc3 for OS mid.

FD - C-line or S-line and one D-line for troubleshots and fliprollers.

Thunderbird - Champions, seasoned ones for straighter and new for OS.
Firebird - maybe one Color Glow Sexton one for Forehands.

PD, Wraith, Destroyer or DD3 - Depending on your arm you need to cycle beat-up ones for max-distance discs, and have new ones for big hyzer shots.

It's hard to fit 7 molds in a bag, you could swap Understable fairway (Sidewinder, Roudrunner, maybe even Underworld from westside) and take the OS putter away for example.
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Old 01-26-2020, 07:36 PM
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1. Daredevil Woodchuck (Elastic Performance, 1x)
2. Reptilian Scale (Fossil Fuel, 1x)
3. Discraft Zone (Z-flx 1x, Jawbreaker 1x)
4. Discraft Buzzz (Z-flx 1x, Elite-X 1x)
5. Daredevil Timberwolf (Flex Performance 2x just in case I lost one)
6. MVP Tesla (Neutron 1x)
7. Daredevil Mammoth (Flex Performance 2x, one more beat than the other)

It's interesting, my primary putter is a Discraft Challenger, but I left it off because it kind of falls between what I can do with a scale, zone, and woodchuck, all of which I use frequently. But I have a stack of challengers, so I practice putting with those, even though I often end up putting with a woodchuck and could circle putt with the scale.
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Old 03-12-2020, 03:01 AM
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1) 3x Warlock - Gateway has amazing plastics. I hate the bead of the wizard so give me all the Warlocks. Currently bagging a Super Glow (I need more hmu if youre selling) and 2 SS ones.
2) 1 x Zone - Its the best approach disc, right? Z Flx for now. Looking for Ti Flx.
3) 3x Buzzz - I have a beat flippy Pro-D and an Elite X one thats slightly beat and v straight. Adding a Z soon to get a lil bit of extra stability.
4) 2x MD4 - I like Discmania discs plus I'll need an overstable mid at some point. The glow c-line ones look soooo good to me.
5) 4x FD - Stands for favorite disc. Currently bagging a D-line and an S-line. Picking up a C-line and a Night Strike II soon
6) 2x FD3 - Firebirds are cool but I think I like Discmania discs better. C-lines please.
7) 5x DD3 - Arms not big enough for these yet. Seems like its basically a destroyer and pros like throwing destroyers so give me a grip of S-line and C-line DD3's when Im ready.
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Old 03-23-2020, 11:33 AM
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1. Daredevil Woodchuck (Elastic Performance, 1x)
2. Reptilian Scale (Fossil Fuel, 1x)
3. Discraft Zone (Z-flx 1x, Jawbreaker 1x)
4. Discraft Buzzz (Z-flx 1x, Elite-X 1x)
5. Daredevil Timberwolf (Flex Performance 2x just in case I lost one)
6. MVP Tesla (Neutron 1x)
7. Daredevil Mammoth (Flex Performance 2x, one more beat than the other)
Ugh, it feels like all I do anymore is think about what molds work well since I can't do much besides throw in my street or empty parking lots.
This was just from January, but I'm convinced it's wrong.

I'd now switch to:
1. Discraft Challenger (Jawbreaker 1x, Z-FLX 1x) I need to just man up and putt instead of laying up with my woodchuck, but it's such a good crutch, I hate leaving it behind. I'm adding the Z-FLX challenger because I don't really like throwing my jawbreaker one hard into trees because it's my primary putter and I'm not a fan of putting with gouged up discs.

2. Discraft Zone (Jawbreaker 1x, Z-FLX 1x) This didn't change

3. Discraft Buzzz (Elite-X 1x, Z-FLX 1x) This also didn't change. Over the past month, I've experimented a lot with short approaches, adding a mako3 or using the sol, but in the end, I realized that this Buzzz/US Buzzz combo works great.

4. Discraft Heat (Big-Z 1x, Z-FLX 1x) This is a surprising re-addition, but I can't argue with the distance I get from a turnover hyzerflip with this disc in Big-Z. I added my Z-FLX one because it's more stable and might be able to fill the gap I'm leaving open by taking off my timberwolf. The Big-Z on a hyzerflip turnover reaches the distances I cover with a flick tesla and I prefer the undertaker over the tesla for backhand

5. Discraft Undertaker (Pro-D 1x, ESP 2x) I added a pro-D one to see if that could work as my timberwolf (just like I was going to try with the Z-FLX heat). This disc is just too much of a reliable workhorse for me to not have it on the list. It's comfortable and holds up to breezes just fine. I know where it's going.

6. Daredevil Mammoth (Flex Performance 2x, one that's pretty new). I can't say enough good things about the mammoth. It's everything I want in an overstable fairway disc. It's dumb overstable, but that bit of turn gives it so much more flexibility for me compared to a raptor or predator or (gasp!) flick or machete. But like all of those, it ends up on a hard fade.

7. Discraft Nuke (Pro-D 2x in different weights, Big-Z 1x) This sort of surprised me. I just proved to myself time and again that I really dig the Discraft Thrasher and can get some big controlled distance with it (for me). But I'm getting almost the same distance with a flat nuke that I am getting with a hyzerflipped thrasher and I'm still working on form. The nuke is a 1.6 vs 0.4 for the thrasher on Discraft's stability index. So I think an array of nukes actually plays better to my game than one magical thrasher.
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Old 03-26-2020, 04:44 PM
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1. (2) KC Pro Aviar, for putting
2. (3) Zone, 1 JB [US], 1 JB [S] , 1Z-Flx [OS])
3. (4) MD3 (2 P-Line, 1 fresh/1 beat, 2 Champ-Glow, 1 fresh/1 beat.)
5. (5) Thunderbirds (OS,S,US)
6. (5) Trespass (2 Lucid-X [OS], 2 Lucid [S], 1 Bio [US])
7. (3) Enforcers (1 Lucid-X [Meathook], 1 Lucid [OS), 1 Bio (Workably OS])

Total: 22 Discs
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Old 10-26-2020, 03:10 PM
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Streamlime Pilot: Cosmic Neutron, Soft Electron

Axiom Envy: Cosmic Neutron, Cosmic Electron, Eclipse

Discraft Zone: Tour, Jawbreaker

Discraft Buzzz: Big Z, Z, Glo, ESP

Axiom Crave: Proton, Plasma, Neutron

MVP Tesla: Fission, Plasma, Neutron

MVP Wave: Proton, Cosmic Neutron, Cosmic Plasma

Total: 20

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Old 10-26-2020, 04:26 PM
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Hmmm, 7 molds/25 discs. I figured out 7 molds...but for now, it would just be 7 discs. I'm not good enough (yet) to be concerned with the different plastics.

Legacy Hunter (actually stuck between this and the Legacy Clutch; still trying to figure out which is best for me)
DGA Breaker
DGA Rift
Discraft Glide
Latitude 64 River
Innova SideWinder
Legacy Mongoose
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Old 10-26-2020, 04:40 PM
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3 Judges - Lucid-x thrower, Classic Blend putter, and beat Prime understable thrower/C2 putter
2 Zones - fresh Ti and 8/10 Jawbreaker
3 Emac Truths - Lucid-X, Lucid, and beat Biofuzion
2 Tursas - fresh and beat Tournament
4 Getaways - Lucid-X, Fuzion, 8/10 Biofuzion, beat Biofuzion
3 Hatchets - fresh/heavy VIP, 8/10 Tournament, beat Tournament roller
3 Trespasses - Lucid-X, 8/10 Fuzion, beat lightweight Fuzion

20 discs, 7 molds. I'd miss my Berg and I might run into trouble on a really windy day without a Felon, but otherwise this really isn't that much different than what I normally roll with.
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Old 10-27-2020, 12:59 PM
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Pretty much the standard bag I use

Ohm
Envy

Comet

Relay
Crave (has a new shaky spot, could knock it for an inertia and heavy Relay)

Wave
Tesla
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Old 10-27-2020, 05:09 PM
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3x Discmania Exo Soft Link
1x Discraft Cryztal Z Zone
2x Discmania MD3 (Glow & Color Glow)
2x Legacy Pinnacle Rival
1x Innova Luster Champion Leopard3
2x Discmania PD (DM2 & G-line)
4x Innova Star Destroyer
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