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Old 01-11-2016, 02:30 PM
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In my shiny new Octothorpe:

3 Two-Line AJ Destroyers OR 3 PFN Star Wraiths, depending on my mood (179g-175g).

2 Patent # SPDs, 171g (fresh and seasoned)
1 1.1 QOLF, 175g
1 1.1 SOLF, 170g

2 TBs (175 Champ Color Glow beef and a beat 167 Star)
2 1.2 QJLSs (174 stable and 172 turnover)

1 San Marino Q-Sentinel, 176g
1 2004 USDGC Champion Rancho Roc, 180g
1 2008 Champion San Marino Roc, 180g
1 Comet, 177g

1 LE Glo Z Zone
1 Champion Ontario Classic Roc
1 Champion Ontario Rhyno
2 Wizards

FB switches in for one PD and a Gator goes in if the wind howls.
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Old 01-11-2016, 03:10 PM
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Very nice lineup. Scale didn't make the cut?
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Old 01-11-2016, 03:34 PM
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Very nice lineup. Scale didn't make the cut?
Actually, I threw it this weekend. I can switch back and forth between the Scale and Rhyno without really missing a beat. And I do like the Scale for running at scary putts, especially long jumpers that hyzer out. But I sortof prefer the Rhyno off the tee.
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Old 01-11-2016, 03:55 PM
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Actually, I threw it this weekend. I can switch back and forth between the Scale and Rhyno without really missing a beat. And I do like the Scale for running at scary putts, especially long jumpers that hyzer out. But I sortof prefer the Rhyno off the tee.
I hear you on the Rhyno. I used to throw Rhynos a bit and they are great. The Fossil plastic is what sold me on the Scale for that slot. I am a sucker for nice baseline stuff, though.
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Old 01-11-2016, 05:10 PM
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I hear you on the Rhyno. I used to throw Rhynos a bit and they are great. The Fossil plastic is what sold me on the Scale for that slot. I am a sucker for nice baseline stuff, though.
Love the Fossil plastic and the similarity to my putting and throwing Wizards, but the Scale is slower and beefier - i.e. shorter.
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Old 01-25-2016, 01:41 PM
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I'd really like to get simpler over this winter:

3 *DS Destroyers (168g-174g).

1 Sexton Firebird, 175g
1 Patent # SPDs, 171g
1 1.1 QOLF, 175g
1 1.1 SOLF, 170g

1 Champ Color Glow TB, 175g
2 1.2 QJLSs (174 stable and 172 turnover)

1 San Marino Q-Sentinel, 176g
1 2004 USDGC Champion Rancho Roc, 180g
1 Big Bird Champion SM Roc, 176g
1 2008 Champion San Marino Roc, 176g

1 LE Glo Z Zone
1 Champion Ontario Rhyno
1 Recon Tank
2 Wizards

Still also toying with the Champ Classic Roc, breaking in a new SPD, and a Gator goes in if it howls.
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Old 01-25-2016, 01:46 PM
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Stop carrying so many Rocs. You know you don't need them all, fancy boy.

Zone/Rhyno feels like overkill.
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Glad to see PDs still standing strong in that beautiful new bag!
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3 *DS Destroyers (168g-171g).

1 Sexton Firebird, 175g
1 Patent # SPD, 171g
1 1.1 QOLF, 175g
1 1.1 SOLF, 170g

1 Champ Color Glow TB, 175g
1 Star Teebird, 167g
2 1.2 QJLSs (174 stable and 172 turnover)

1 San Marino Q-Sentinel, 176g
1 2004 USDGC Champion Rancho Roc, 180g
1 2008 Champion San Marino Roc, 176g
1 DX Ontario Classic Roc, 175g

1 Recon Tank
1 PFN Star Aviar P&A
2 Wizards

1 LE Glo Z Zone (if it is windy)

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Old 02-23-2016, 01:33 PM
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3 *DS Destroyers (168g-171g).

1 Patent # SPD, 171g (fresh beef)
2 1.1 QOLFs, both 175g (fresh and seasoned)
1 1.9 SOLS, 175g


1 PFN Star Teebird, 171g
1 1.2 QJLS, 174g (stable)
1 1.1 CE QJLS, 172g (flippier than 1.2s)

1 San Marino Q-Sentinel, 176g
1 2004 USDGC Champion Rancho Roc, 180g
1 2008 Champion San Marino Roc, 176g
1 Ti Comet, 177+g

1 Recon Tank, 175g
1 PFN Champ small bead Aviar, 171g
1 PFN Star Aviar P&A, 172g
2 Wizards, 175g

1 LE Glo Z Zone and 1 Sexton FB (if it is windy).
And I am toying with a 172g PFN Champ Banshee.
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