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Old 02-22-2017, 09:41 PM
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Well, picked up a 157gr Champ Firebird and a 148gr Star Eagle-X today. Took them out to the field for a few throws and I think they're going to be fine.

Also picked up a 157gr DX Roc3 and a 159 Soft Wizard.
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Old 02-22-2017, 09:43 PM
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so what else is in your bag?
Are you going all <160g or just adding a few?
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Going to go all 150 class for the next few months. Just an experiment.
X2) 159gr Wizards, 1 Special blend, 1 Soft
160gr DX Polecat (Lightest they had)
148gr KC Roc
158gr G* Roc3
158gr DX Roc3
159gr Champion Leopard3
148gr Star Eagle-X
157gr Starlite Teebird
158gr Champion Firebird
157gr Lucid Air Escape
158gr Starlite Sideminder
158gr DX Thunderbird

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Old 02-22-2017, 10:04 PM
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I was about to buy a 150g DX ThB just before I went back to max weight. I'll be interested to hear how well you like it. Have you thrown any other non-160g ThBs?
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Old 02-22-2017, 10:08 PM
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Yeah, I have quiet a few Thunderbirds. The 158gr is just as stable as my max weight DX's are/were.
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Yeah, I have quiet a few Thunderbirds. The 158gr is just as stable as my max weight DX's are/were.
Mmmmmmmmm... yummy!
You're making me want to swap back to my 150 bag!
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