What do you carry?

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What do you carry?

Postby Zach_Keys » Sat Mar 28, 2009 5:06 pm

What discs do you all carry in your bags?
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Re: What do you carry?

Postby disclizard » Sat Mar 28, 2009 9:35 pm

Hey Zach look through the post historys and you will find this topic with a whole bunch of peoples answers
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Re: What do you carry?

Postby kscustom » Tue Sep 13, 2011 12:28 pm

2 nukes ESP and z long distance
Wraith Eco control
3 flashes ESP and flx roller, headwind
Orc champ thumber, wind up shots
2 eagles gummy champ money upshot
Havoc gold turn over
Leopard champ control turn over shorter
Firebird champ flick
Meteor z straight very short turn over
Md2 c straight mid
2 zones ESP spike hyzer up shot
Challenger d approach
2 voodoos organic putter
R-pro polecat cause it flies like a zyphr and that's bad ass

I added my uses because I disagree that I don't need half of these, I think my bag is better setup now more than ever. And I do throw a varity of brands because limiting myself if I don't have to would be silly.
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Re: What do you carry?

Postby Coueylicious » Tue Sep 13, 2011 2:36 pm

Echo Star Xcalibur
Echo Star Destroyer
3 Champion Wraiths
Champion Boss
Pro Boss
DX Roc
ESP Predator
ESP Nuke
Z Nuke SS
Z Nuke OS
Z Surge
Z Buzzz
Z Buzzz SS
X Soft Challenger
Zero Line Pure

I like my over stable drivers :)
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Re: What do you carry?

Postby cfluty » Tue Sep 13, 2011 4:51 pm

4 glo aviars (, 1 new 2 beat, 1 BB)
1 kc pro aviar (rare upshot/tee)
1 9x rancho roc (straight/slight fade midrange
1 2011 Champion roc (stable mid)
3 FR star destroyers. (max d)
1 star leopard (long anhyzer/straight, low ceiling)
1 ES Valkyrie (straight, low ceiling)
1 9x beat to hell teebird. (roller)
1 proto champ ape. (like FB, but way more D)
1 11x firebird (midrange when sharp fade is necessary)
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Re: What do you carry?

Postby smitty » Wed Sep 14, 2011 11:30 am

cfluty wrote:Simplicity trumps all, limit your # of molds and learn to throw them all



Agree to some point, but some discs there is just no way around it. I would love to throw my beat in Pred on all the straight hole, but it isn't coming out of the bag around water or tall grass.

My Bag
3 Preds
-2 New - All hyzers 300 - 370
- 1 Old - Straight shots over 330
3 Forces
1 New Z - Long over stable hyzers and 2 finger shots
1 Used - Longest hyzers and flex shots
1 Worn esp - long anhyzers and hyzer flip type shots
2 Nukes
1 Z All out long stable shots
1 ESP all out flippy kinds of shots

1 ZXL or Z Tracker Depending on who gets the nod that week. Straight shots

1 OLD ESP Surge - long range rollers

1 Z Avenger SS - Easy rollers, not as much D as Surge but can get it on the ground and go right for sure.

2 Buzzz
1 Stable Z 330 and under gently hyzers
1 Perfect worn Z 330 and under straight

1 ESP Meteor Flippy 330 and under shots

1 Z Drone Short Hyzers

1 Nuke OS - Skips both normal and 2 finger, short spike hyzers

4 Challengers
2 for putting one pretty new for 45 and in the other beat up a little for longer then 45
1 beat to crap for anhyzer putter drives
1 Cryztal for overstable putter drives so I don't tear up my good putter.

1 Stratusaurus Rex just because it is bad ass.

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Re: What do you carry?

Postby crispinthomascarrasco » Sat Sep 17, 2011 10:46 pm

Star sds 175
champ boss 175
glo teebird 175
dx glo roc 180
star mako 180
star whippet 175
CFR max
glo firebird 175
star valk 175
r pro rhyno 175
r pro aviar 175
glo aviar 175
testing a champ Vulcan 175

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Re: What do you carry?

Postby cfluty » Sun Sep 18, 2011 11:38 am

smitty wrote:
cfluty wrote:Simplicity trumps all, limit your # of molds and learn to throw them all



Agree to some point, but some discs there is just no way around it. I would love to throw my beat in Pred on all the straight hole, but it isn't coming out of the bag around water or tall grass.




we all have our favs, and those are definitely not used in risky situations. Is your pred your "can't lose" go to?

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Re: What do you carry?

Postby smitty » Sun Sep 18, 2011 12:12 pm

cfluty wrote:

we all have our favs, and those are definitely not used in risky situations. Is your pred your "can't lose" go to?


Wouldn't say go to, but will call it can't lose. If we have more over 330 straight holes, it might move into go to disc.

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Re: What do you carry?

Postby disclizard » Mon Sep 19, 2011 12:44 am

WHat I carry? DISCRAFT: almost every thing in my bag is Discraft. except a couple putters and a little driver I'll get to those later
Drivers;
2 Z Avengers One is yellow and the other a bright green both in the 174-176 g
Esp Avenger red 171 g
Esp Avenger Yellow 150 class (can't loose go to disc)
Esp Avenger SS white 174 g
Z Avenger SS redish orange 170 ? g
Esp Nuke (the bowling ball nuke) White 174 g
Z Nuke yellow 170 g
OLD Z Reaper Clear 176 g

MIdranges;
Esp Impact orange 172 g (Cant loose go to disc)
Esp Impacts Prototype Ace race disc Redish orange 172 g
2 Z MRV's One is yellow the other is orange 172-174 g
Esp BUZZZZ white 177g I hardley ever throw this thing
I know the first two are actually short distance drivers but they fly strait for upshts so i use them as midrange discs

PUTTERS:
Old white pro Challenger (my go to putter, lost it once and found it in Nasty Newton creek) unknown wieght Guess around 174g
Green slick Gateway SSS Wizard 175 g
white gummy Gateway SSS Wizard 175 g ( got this from Miranda and still figuring it out )
red Tacky Gateway Wizard 175 g , just use during practiceing never on the course.


Others:
Lighting discs GLOW Cronic flyer 137 g Used only on whole 7 newton and kept in bag as a tray. :-)

You will never see an Innova disc in my bag but I have carried :
DGA Rouges and Tsnami's
Millinium discs such as JLS
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Re: What do you carry?

Postby stauf » Fri Sep 30, 2011 1:40 pm

2 kc rocs
1 star roc
3 jk aviars
2 star wraiths
2 pro wraiths
2 pro katanas
1 champion boss

rocs/avairs/wraiths all in varying degrees of wear for multiple shotmaking.
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Re: What do you carry?

Postby ronconversjr » Tue Nov 01, 2011 7:37 pm

If the disc is worn enough to fly differently from it's brother, what's the difference between that and , for example a Wasp and a Buzz...Simple, the discs are "designed" to do different things specifically. I admit to being guilty of Searching for the Super stable variant of a driver rather than using the next more stable disc, but usually because I'd be giving up a characteristic ( normally speed or overstability). Having 3 of a mold is no less complicated than having 3 different molds, except when it's time to replace one of the special" broke in" discs, rather than picking up a new _____(insert name of disc here) That's when it becomes More complicated!
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Re: What do you carry?

Postby disclizard » Wed Nov 02, 2011 11:48 pm

Thats why i like discs that have variations of the same mold. For instance I noticed that Z plastic seems to be more stable that the ESP plastic so with my avenger that is one variation. Plus with avengers you have SS's Of both types of plastic. add in the FLX's and 150 class avengers and you have several chioces with very slight variations of the same mold. To me thats better than on type of disc at diffent stages of wear and tear.
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