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Old 06-16-2014, 09:42 PM
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Ok
I'm going to dig mine out, and give it some more time.
I just took my Fuse out of the bag because I never throw it.
I always just reach for my tursas.
But I like having overlap as back up in that spot.
I think more people will like it if they give it some time. I personally use to throw 100% all the time. If I could throw a putter as hard as I could and reach the basket I would. The antidote has taught me how to slow down and throw nice smooth clean hyzer flips with half the power and still make it to the basket with less effort.
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Old 06-18-2014, 09:39 AM
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If anyone's been wanting to try an Antidote, the FR Liquids are the Prime deal of the day. $11.69 with free shipping at $39.
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Old 07-11-2014, 12:42 PM
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First, big thanks to tbird for sending me the Antidote. It's much appreciated.

I got to throw it a few times last night, and I liked it. Definitely understable, and probably the closest comparison I can make in terms of flight after a couple handfuls of field throws is the X-out Star Stingray I got recently. The plastic feels good though, I did like that. (First Salient disc I've touched.) I'm going to try to throw it some more this weekend, and compare it to the M5, Flying Squirrel, and GL Fuse, and develop a better comparison and more comprehensive idea of how this thing flies.

Thanks again, tbird.
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Old 07-11-2014, 12:43 PM
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Yeah Tbird is aiiiiight
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Old 07-11-2014, 01:14 PM
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First, big thanks to tbird for sending me the Antidote. It's much appreciated.

I got to throw it a few times last night, and I liked it. Definitely understable, and probably the closest comparison I can make in terms of flight after a couple handfuls of field throws is the X-out Star Stingray I got recently. The plastic feels good though, I did like that. (First Salient disc I've touched.) I'm going to try to throw it some more this weekend, and compare it to the M5, Flying Squirrel, and GL Fuse, and develop a better comparison and more comprehensive idea of how this thing flies.

Thanks again, tbird.
Great to hear Broken Shoulder. Thats awesome that TBird sent an antidote out to you. I cant wait to hear more about what you think of the disc.
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So, I let a local buddy of mine try my Antidotes because he wanted something for flippy mid shots, and he fell in love!! He wanted something he could put on a big hyzer release with a lot of power and get it to turn over, and this disc is perfect for that shot!! I've watched him pull off some crazy lines with these and I believe it has become a signature mold in his bag now! If you are looking for a disc for this type of shot, I highly recommend the Antidote!
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