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View Poll Results: What company do you choose
Innova 107 50.47%
Discraft 28 13.21%
Gateway 3 1.42%
Mvp 11 5.19%
Latitude 64 13 6.13%
Dynamic Discs 16 7.55%
Westside 6 2.83%
Legacy 7 3.30%
Discmania 9 4.25%
Axiom 3 1.42%
DGA 0 0%
Other(please write in) 9 4.25%
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Old 09-07-2017, 09:10 PM
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Originally Posted by Streets View Post
I tried some GYROs, and actually preferred going from an Ion straight to the Relay or an Inertia. They just don't have good mids....
Ah ha... tell that to my assortment of vectors and axis's (Axi?) that lay waste to anything in the 300-360 foot range.
I vote MVP... I use proxy and envy the most, but I could technically use the particle and atom and get the same job done as proxy and envy, just feel weird about it. All my other shots are already covered with MVP stuff.
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Old 09-08-2017, 02:09 AM
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Things float in and out depending on the course and conditions, but pretty much always my bag has something from Axiom (1-3), Discraft (1), DGA (2), Innova (7-10), and MVP (4-5), and lately a couple of Vibram.

I would want to choose MVP, but while I am confident with their mids and drivers, I can't cover the putters, as neither Ion or Anode have clicked with me for putting, and I am not confident that anything else they have will.

I would have to say Innova.

It would be hard to lose the Comet, but I could possibly cover that spot with the Panther (which I've never tried), the Star Cobra I have, or maybe a Stingray...

It would be even harder to lose the Crave and Inspire, the Volt and Amp.

It would be harder still to lose my Blowflies, but I already have and use R-Pro Dart and Polecat, so I would have putters that at least halfway have good grip.

And Innova has StarLite, which I have come to depend on for distance without flippy inconsistency.

I can do an all Innova bag, and I don't see myself doing a bag that is all any other company.
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Old 09-08-2017, 10:33 PM
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Always been a mixed bag guy, but for the last few years the core has been Legacy. Ghost, Patriot, Rival, Outlaw.

Would really suck to give up my Wizards and Scales though!!!
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Old 09-11-2017, 01:27 PM
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From a guy with a VERY mixed bag this was a tough question, but if you said I HAD TO choose only 1, I actually go Innova because they have SO many options already and some really solid discs - even tho I don't really throw TOO many innova molds right now
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Old 09-11-2017, 01:54 PM
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Discraft all the way. Once they gave us a few more high speed drivers and some good fairways, it was a no brainer. I lived about 10mins from the dirty mitten. So i feel good about my bag.
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