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Old 08-20-2013, 11:04 PM
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Ive always liked to keep my bag concise and to the point, so here it is, my 5 disc bag.

(Z Buzzz
-Really use this for any shot. Just whenever it feels right.

(DX Leopard
-I mainly use this as a second shot disc. If my initial drive didn't quite go my way, I can make it up with the leopard.

(DX Aviar
-My most comfortable putter.

(DX TeeBird
-My go to for drives off the tee.

(DX Stingray
-My 'lucky' disc. I don't have one necessary use for it, but it just seems to..work when i need it to.


Any tips? I know its a lot of DX plastic, as thats really all I have minus a few R-Pro discs.
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Old 08-21-2013, 02:51 PM
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The only tip that I can offer is to buy or trade for backups of your DX discs in the same weight.
DX beats in very quick and the intended flight patterns will change (some good, some bad).
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Old 08-22-2013, 06:11 PM
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If I were to upgrade plastics would that alter the flight greatly? Should I stick with DX as being what im used to? Or should I look to upgrade?
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If I were to upgrade plastics would that alter the flight greatly? Should I stick with DX as being what im used to? Or should I look to upgrade?
I personally only carry a couple of baseline plastic discs. The rest are champ or star type plastic.
Premium plastic discs do fly differently than their DX counterparts, but will take longer to beat in. After that, I think they are $$.
The best advice I could offer right now would be to go to a disc shop and handle the different plastic types. Go w/ what you feel is right for you.
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