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    Job that would be great BUT i think the wife want's to buy new & i have a feeling she going to get some custom dyed
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    Quote Originally Posted by LtDan914 View Post
    Unless you are throwing those fast discs 400+, I don't think you can handle them. If you are throwing around 350' then you could probably get the same line more consistently and with less effort with something like a Valkyrie.

    Thanks, Dan. It's good to see someone has a realistic view of things...
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    If you want something new, cool and flashy, I would advise you ask for an Opto Line River from Latitude. It's a great disc and their plastic is awesome (looks great and nearly indestructible).

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    Vulcans are awesome!
    instant distance....they are great for people who like the big rim feel, but don't have big arm!

    Try one out MikeD!
    Please post your review

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    Quote Originally Posted by jobwilson82 View Post
    If you want something new, cool and flashy, I would advise you ask for an Opto Line River from Latitude. It's a great disc and their plastic is awesome (looks great and nearly indestructible).
    not in to it for the looks BUT i have been wanting to try out some Latitude64
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    Quote Originally Posted by jobwilson82 View Post
    If you want something new, cool and flashy, I would advise you ask for an Opto Line River from Latitude. It's a great disc and their plastic is awesome (looks great and nearly indestructible).
    The best disc from Latitude 64 is by FAR the Trident. For me, nothing beats a slow, under stable disc. Since I lost my Gator a few months ago, I was in search of a slow over stable disc, and I eventually got the Trident. If you need to step up your low ceiling stable shots, the Trident is an amazing disc. It has very little glide and will NEVER flip.

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    if your looking for a 13 speed understable driver try the lat 64 bolt. it is much better than the vulcan in my oppinion.

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    Katana's are very good and easy to throw. I used one for a while before I moved on the the boss.

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    Not necessarily. I can't throw anywhere near 400 feet, but I can throw a Boss and a Vulcan both a hell of a lot better than I can throw a Valkyrie.

    I have learned, for me, anyway, the Vulcan has to be thrown in the right wind conditions. I have to have either no wind or a slight tailwind and it will sail really well for me. The good thing about throwing a Vulcan is you can't overthrow it or it screws up---you have to make a nice, easy release or it seems to try to flop over and roll.
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    I have 2 pro Katanas great disc. The star Katana i didn't like so much.

    I think my wife got me nothing but disc golf stuff for Christmas
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