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Old 10-21-2015, 08:55 PM
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All I was saying is a Buzzz is a straighter disc "off the shelf" than a Roc or Roc3. Less stability by design, duh.
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Old 10-21-2015, 09:50 PM
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All I was saying is a Buzzz is a straighter disc "off the shelf" than a Roc or Roc3. Less stability by design, duh.
well what 10 different rocs are you comparing the buzz with?! Yes a buzzz IMO is always going to be the straightest shooter in the game from day 1. rocs need that seasoning like some nice steak.
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Old 10-21-2015, 10:00 PM
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well what 10 different rocs are you comparing the buzz with?! Yes a buzzz IMO is always going to be the straightest shooter in the game from day 1. rocs need that seasoning like some nice steak.
Any plastic Roc OFF THE SHELF! A direct comparison, not one new and one worn or seasoned. Apples/Apples.

Why is this so hard?
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Old 10-22-2015, 08:27 AM
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Those two original criteria are like, nonsensical. A finesse mid for the woods that finishes straight in the wind? Non existent. Comet, tangent, maybe alias. That's about the extent of my recommendations base on experience. Dx roc gets honorable mention. Maybe aurora ms?
I know it's nonsensical, but even so, you had recommendations from experience, which is what I was asking. Was just looking for a jack of all trades master of none disc for those low ceiling, swirling winds, what the heck do I throw here disc.

Anyway, I settled on the Claymore, with it's lower profile and wider than a Roc rim, it's easier for me to power down without shanking or having early release problems and it doesn't need the height a Mako or a Comet does. Put a slight annie on it and it lands flat, or throw flat for a small fade.
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I know it's nonsensical, but even so, you had recommendations from experience, which is what I was asking. Was just looking for a jack of all trades master of none disc for those low ceiling, swirling winds, what the heck do I throw here disc.

Anyway, I settled on the Claymore, with it's lower profile and wider than a Roc rim, it's easier for me to power down without shanking or having early release problems and it doesn't need the height a Mako or a Comet does. Put a slight annie on it and it lands flat, or throw flat for a small fade.
Regular ole Z Buzzz
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Old 10-22-2015, 10:27 AM
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Alias goes farther than the Buzzz, u say? Buzzz's are pretty long.
Mine seems to, slightly, and because of the glide of the Alias.
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