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- Fri Sep 14, 2007 12:19 am
- Forum: Technique & Training
- Topic: Anyone available for NE Kansas in-person lessons?
- Replies: 8
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The bad behavior... that diving arc to the left... That is a Hyzer and it is not a bad behavior it is the natural flight for most drivers when thrown right handed back hand ( especially with a slow arm speed and minimal snap). The thing you have to learn is how to keep the disc going forward to get...
I use acetone on all plastic the only trouble I have is with the ESP, I pour it over the stamp until all the color is run off then wipe the foil off no problem, you must not be using enough, try it over a plate or something so you can re-use the acetone and they should come right off.
- Tue May 29, 2007 5:45 pm
- Forum: Discs and Gear
- Topic: LSDiscs MIGHTY SHUNGA OPEN FUNDRAISER DISCS
- Replies: 7
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Bruce was the TD but he has since passed all of the club plastic on and there are no wizzards you may have better luck from someone that was there and has an extra!!!
- Tue Apr 03, 2007 10:36 pm
- Forum: Off Topic Forum
- Topic: Disc Golfers who have inspired you and why.
- Replies: 49
- Views: 13101
For sure Babbit was a huge influence starting out in Emporia that guy is and always has been a class act. When I moved to Lawrence my game was shaped watching Henry Pohacsucut, That guy is a solid player and a great guy, Then when I thought I knew it all I met Randy Brown and I knew that I had a lot...