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Discraft Discs

Posted by drivinatwork 
Discraft Discs
April 03, 2013 04:52PM
The city of Meridian is going to order some hot stamped discs for a new course grand opening, they waited to late and Innova could not get the order filled in time but discraft can. They asked me what type to get, but I don't know much about discraft so I'll ask yall. I would tell them to get a buzz of course but wanted them to get a driver also, these disc would be used by beginners, so what is a discraft driver that is easy for beginners to throw?

Jason O
Re: Discraft Discs
April 03, 2013 05:18PM
Get in touch with Shane Seal he can help you...

Keith "Sunshine" B.
Re: Discraft Discs
April 03, 2013 05:44PM
Beginners? Discraft? Cyclone. No further discussion necessary.
Re: Discraft Discs
April 03, 2013 06:41PM
I think a Nuke SS would be a good choice. Erich Sitler from Discraft will take care of you. Let me know if I can help.


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Re: Discraft Discs
April 03, 2013 07:42PM
XL and a Stratus are also great beginner discs, especially in the lighter weights :-)

Teresa Key
Fort Walton Beach, FL
Re: Discraft Discs
April 04, 2013 10:07AM
Avenger SS

Cyclone if in D or X, but not in ESP.

XL in D in or X, but not Z or ESP.
Re: Discraft Discs
April 04, 2013 11:06AM
I'm mostly confirming what others have said above. The Nuke SS is likely the best distance driver choice for beginners because it's a newer model. People like to get the supposed newest, latest and greatest. It is super fast and not so overstable that a beginner or weenie arm like me can't stand it up. The Avenger SS (ESP only - not Flex) is also a good choice and maybe more controllable but its stability is similar to the Nuke SS and it's not the newest fastest thing. Don't confuse either with the non-SS versions because they are completely different and probably too overstable for a beginner. There is really no need to consider the other options listed for a beginner distance driver, even though they might be good.
Re: Discraft Discs
April 04, 2013 12:36PM
Thanks for the input, I will pass it on.

Jason O
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