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Old 06-04-2014, 09:49 PM
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I know there are threads for these but I'm completely confused about how they fly.

So far I've heard: PA1 is a Glidey Rhyno, PA1 is beefy but not in the rhyno or pig realm of stability, PA1 flies like a new KC Aviar but handles wind better, PA2 flies like a fresh wizard, PA2 is like a PA1 but fades a little less and later, PA2 I beefier than an Aviar or Ion, but also doesn't handle wind well, PA3 is beaded and a straight flier but then I see on the inflight guide that the PA3 is more OS than the PA2? Sorta confused there.

I'm looking for a nice premium plastic driving putter that will stay straight in mild to moderate headwind and that will be straight with a dependable fade in calm conditions. Maybe enough to flex at the end of a 250-270 foot slight anhyzer. What disc am I looking for guys? (And ladies)
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Old 06-04-2014, 09:55 PM
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Oh and my other putters are a Premi Jokeri which I use for strong headwinds, forehand and dumpy fade, and classic judges for hyzer flip and Annies. What will fit well between these?
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Old 06-05-2014, 12:01 AM
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My PA1 and PA2 are pretty close. I wouldn't say my PA2 doesn't handle wind well, just because it holds a stable line into a 10-15mph headwind and doesn't fade doesn't mean it isn't useful into moderate wind. I've got a backup and have thrown others and some are more stable than others. I tried a couple PA3s tonight that reminded me of the flight of a KC Aviar with less glide so very similar to a JOKERi but felt like a brick plowing through the air.

If you're looking for a flex the PA1 & PA2 will only flex at that range with a good bit of height.
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Old 06-06-2014, 11:15 PM
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400 Pa1....its a great flying driving putter.....flight of a Buzzz basically. It goes straight, maybe goes under a lil bit, then fades a lil back.........400 Pa1......and Pa2 is close I'm sure, but I prefer the feel of the Pa1 much better. and the 400 Pa4 is a great understable approach disc...trust me
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Old 06-06-2014, 11:31 PM
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Yes I loooove the PA4. Probably my favorite disc ever. That's what got me intrigued about the others but they all sound kinda the same besides the PA3 having a bead.
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