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  • #31
    Originally posted by LegoRules View Post
    So does a higher dome mean more overstable? I got a blizzard katana at Next Adventure last night that seemed to have a flatter top, and I am hoping that it will be more understable.

    Cindy
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    • #32
      Yeah, it seems flattish corresponds to less stable - you might also take a look at discussions on PLH (Parting Line Height) if you want to get fancy
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      • #33
        I must have gotten lucky because my only Blizzard disc (151 Destroyer) flies EXACTLY like I thought it would. A little crazy with the accuracy, but I'll take it.

        As far as consistency, the most consistent discs I've ever bought have been eagles and teebirds. I've had all varieties of wraiths, although now I'm thinking because my sample size of wraiths is the largest.

        If I don't like something, I just sell it back to a local store I bought it from. I see it in the same way pro tennis players choose tennis balls before they serve.
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        • #34
          all of the destroyers i've thrown have been pretty consistant. I throw them the same as my max weight destroyers, but a little higher in the air.
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