Originally Posted by Brian
I like their Odyssey for putting. it has this sure-grip feel to it and it is just deep enough where I am able to release with more confidence. i also use their scorcher for hard hyzer shots. It has a unique feel to it. I have a flippy disc with those dimples on it too. I want to say it is a Diablo.
But I never really see anyone using those "Out-of-the-ordinary" discs very often, in fact at all. I dont think I have ever seen anyone use a Quest disc besides me.
I tried their backbone disc .. hated it.
I tried the 10M Brick hated it.
Tried the steady Ed floppy putter that you could roll up and put in your pocket .. not accurate at all and I gave it close to 50 rounds trying to force myself to use it.
I have an ultrlight raging inferno DT, I have never met a disc I couldnot get to turn over or darn close .. except this one. This is like a 127g disc and you would think it would just flip right over .. but no, it is the disc from hell. it is tied with the 10M brick for the worst disc of all time.
I have a Double D .. nothing special that any other disc does not do .. I mgiht use it again later once myt right arm heals .. just to check it out in nice weather.
I heard enough people swear by the Raging Inferno DT that I thought I'd give it a try. Played a couple of rounds with it and found it to be OK. Didn't add the promised distance to my game, but didn't take any away, either. After sitting on my shelf for a few months I gave mine away to Zippyboy.
Shortly after I gave mine away, someone gave me a Raging Inferno DT Ultralight (132g) for my son (9 yrs). Matthew loved it - threw it forehand mostly, but could also throw it backhand. After a 3 month hideout when it was hiding at Horning's, he can't throw it forehand at all - way too flippy. But he loves it for BH (he doesn't have enough snap to flip it over - yet).