Maybe the P stands for "poppy"
Im guessing , i have no idea
Just I've seen plenty of runs of star destroyers marked as SDS as well as DS
Thank innova for the confusion
there is also *D on destroyers apparently depending on which way they are marked has to do with flight
It says on Innova's website that star plastic is marked with either a star or an "S". That being said, I don't believe it's a Destroyer. I still think it's a Wraith.
Why doesn't someone just email whoever the TD was that year (Jeremy?) and ask what discs were ordered? Speaking of that, who was the TD for that year? That should narrow it down some.
It was Jeremy according to the PDGA site.
Originally Posted by weeman
I throw starfires and sidewinders all the time. if this disc is one or the outher its a starfire. the sidewinders rim is not that wide. and the Sl is not that concave. But the best way to know is tossing it into the wind. starfirs handel the wind ok. sidewinders will turn over
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thanks for all the responses. I asked my father to look up the bid he won on ebay and the seller doesn't have what kind of disc it is either, theres an old faded phone number on the disc, I called it and the number was disconnected. So needless to say its a bit frustrating.
I took it out and threw it a few times, taking into consideration that im still a novice, im left handed, and im still working on my technique:
the disc fades left for me when i throw it, also i think i can make out an "SW" on the disc. but my friend has a star sidewinder and it doesnt feel like this disc at all. Let me know what you guys think, thanks a lot
Is the rim wider than your friend's Sidewinder? I'm sticking to Star Wraith.
I don't believe that it's a Sidewinder. I don't think I ordered Star Sidewinders that year. I'm pretty sure all the Sidewinders were Champion that year. I would guess Wraith.
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