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Old 03-19-2019, 02:38 AM
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Didn't see a thread on this one yet.

Approved 12-23-18

2.2 rim width = Speed 12

1.2 rim depth

1.8 height

I think this disc has more workability than the flight numbers, 12-4-0-3. I don't think it's quite as overstable. To me it's a more stable and trustworthy Tresspass, where a Tresspass will turn too much, the Recoil will take some torque and hold a straight line with a predictable fade at the end.
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Old 03-19-2019, 11:52 AM
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My understanding is it’s a Flow-OS. Domey, somewhat deep feeling driver. The Disc Golf Podcast deer reviewed it, and they agreed it’s not as OS as the numbers suggest (ie it’s not an enforcer, maybe a slower ballista pro?).
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Old 03-19-2019, 12:07 PM
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I threw one and it was really nice, from what I remember it was a little more HSS than the Raider. But it's very workable and very comfortable in the hand. Honestly if if this had come out before I acquired a bunch of D1s I might have added them to the bag instead, it reminded me of a good OS wraith like the MF one I had.
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