Originally Posted by Uhlman
Things must behave differently on the east of the cascades and west of the blues. It is just weird that every time Iíve thrown these discs and seen them thrown, I get and see the same results.
Have any east-siders noticed this phenomenon?
There may be other reasons why you are seeing this weird Pendleton phenomenon. Could be as little as plastic type and degree of wear on the discs. If you are comparing a beat dx Destroyer to a champ orc etc. it may be causing you to observe this flight. Tied into this reason could also be weight.
A second idea could be the people throwing them are not consistent in their release angles or perhaps purposely adjusting it for certain results. I tend to fh my Destroyers with decent anny depending on what or where I want to attempt to land.
If they are your discs behaving this way the next time we meet up perhaps I could video tape/observe your throws and perhaps see something. Then again after the way I shot this past weekend I may need some pointers from you
My experience is that my orcs act like orcs....they like to hide in the trees and only come out after I pass by them and the wraith and Destroyer seem to behave as Innova and Joe's Flight Chart indicate.
Take care and I am working on getting you some dates you asked about.