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    does anyone have any sanmarino rocs for sell either the new ones or the old three rings?
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    New ones in the FATPAD player's pack!!!
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    Thanks to my sponsor

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    hey Jeremy i dont think i am playin FATPAD but do you think there is anyway i can get a san marino?
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    The LDGC will be getting the remainder of the discs from the FATPAD to sell and give as prizes at leagues so if there are any left you'll be able to get them from either Sammy or Nate.
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    thats awesome thanks
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    Could be the greatest player package I have ever heard of without a doubt.

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    well thanks!
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    so maybe i already have some idea on this but to open the discussion:
    san marino (3 rings) - ontario (big bird) - rancho (big bird) -
    rancho rocs of today - new ontario molds (07) - new san marino molds (08) -

    not even getting into the super rocs, champion rocs, star rocs, or classic in there many forms

    so how do they all differ, beat in, fly, what do you all prefer

    i used to throw a KC Pro - always liked it then i moved to beat rancho and beat rancho big bird rocs

    was using a champ roc as my more stable roc and a beat one to kinda balance one another out, but alas i lost the beat one - so what next?

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    All three molds (San Marino, Ontario, and Rancho) have once had the “Big Bird” stamp. The ORIGINAL Roc was the Classic Roc. The Classic Roc that is available now is a re-tooled version of that disc. The San Marino Roc was the run of Rocs that gave Rocs their popularity. After a while the San Marino’s mold wore out. The steel molding itself broke down from being used so much. Innova then re-tooled it and the Ontario mold was born. Everyone HATED it! It’s been called “the Roc that ruined the Roc”. After a while Innova re-tooled that mold to give us the Rancho Cucamonga Roc that we know and love today. The Rancho mold was the ONLY mold used for DX, Full Color (“Flat Tops”) KC Pro, Super, Champion, and Star until 2005 when they released the “Special Blend” Roc with the Champion run. Since then they’ve ran Ontario’s in Champion and Star. This year they will be releasing Star San Marinos.

    The stability of the Roc goes as followed:

    Ontario (least under stable)
    San Marino
    Rancho Cucamonga (most over stable)

    Innova will be discontinuing the Full Color (“Flat Top”) run later this year. I’ve ordered some for the FATPAD and Charlie Vettiner so you better get them while you can!
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