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Old 05-01-2010, 08:37 PM
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I just got a really nice silver Squall in a tourney.

The plastic is like Star/ESP. Kinda shiny, real nice feeling.

How do they fly? More than a mid and less than a fairway driver and understable?

What would you compare it to?

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Old 05-01-2010, 08:45 PM
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Would have been, by far, my best choice to play "one-disc" with...but I have just found the Cro, which for me has been much more predictable than any other mid I've thrown.

The Squall holds a line fairly well. Turns over easily with enough speed. In my experience, it is the closest thing to a Buzzz I've ever thrown when it comes to flight characteristics, maybe slightly more stable. If you like the Buzzz, you'll probably like the Squall. But if you're already stocked up on Buzzzes it may not be worth a try.

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Its a really versatile, straight disc, and those who don't have big arms will really like the controlled distance. It does hold either a hyzer or an annie as well. Definitely a candidate for a one-disc tourney.
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Old 05-01-2010, 09:29 PM
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Old 05-01-2010, 11:02 PM
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It's a tweener disc just like you figured. Consider it between a Buzzz and a Stalker.
It doesn't handle headwinds well, but has nice glide.
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Old 05-01-2010, 11:45 PM
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It's a tweener disc just like you figured. Consider it between a Buzzz and a Stalker.
It doesn't handle headwinds well, but has nice glide.
Great summary from what I experienced in about 10 throws downstairs at the little park.

I like it so far. It held the anny line, the hyzer line and the straight line well.

The glide was great and it went farther than i expected for the effort i put into it.

I did only throw it a handful of times though.

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I really like this disc - can get some distance from it, but is also handles fairly easily. Will mostly hold any line you put on it. I typically use it for long, fairly straight or slightly S-shaped approaches that are a bit too far for my mids.

If I had to play in a one-disc competition, it would likely be the disc that I'd choose.
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Old 05-02-2010, 08:14 AM
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This is my oh S#*t disc.
It always seems to get me out of trouble after a bad shot.
Great for skipping.
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Super straight when thrown with power, holds a line without turning if you are throwing heavy weights, under 170g they will start o turn over.
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thank you chuck.. simple and to the point.. nice post
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Quickly became my favorite disc in the bag... The disc I throw when I want to go straight at it and don't have any ceiling to work with...
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