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I Think id have to go with my Roc. no matter what shot if i throw this disc it will get there super straight flyer holds any line i put it on anny or hyzer and really good for the right turn doglegs if you can figure out the turnover. its the most beat disc in my bag and will continue to be until it just cant fly anymore.

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I would have to go with you on that one. The Roc is definitely the most versital disc in my bag. Its still a pretty new KC Pro, but I have had a couple DX's that were beat and flew super nice! Its hands down the best disc ever!
I'm going to have to say my 11x KC Pro Gazelle works the same way for me... I love that disc!!! Wish I had a backup though. (-:
yeah back up discs are always good i just lost my 3 month old Pro Wraith just beat it in and lost it. but i have 3 stars to back it up with so im not really hurtin for a new one you know. i have a few different rocs in different stages of wear. my fav is my beat in KC Pro Roc it just feels really good and does whatever i tell it to.
Even though I could not live without my Roc, I would have to choose one of my drivers as my favorite disc. Yes my roc is versatile and reliable but it does not provide the excitment I get from some of my drives. It would be very hard for me to select just one driver. I love my first-run Champion Wraith for the pure distance I can get from my nice rips. I also could not survive w/o my Champion Beast; mainly because of my distance I get with my tommy/thumbers and sidearms. But if I was ever stranded on a desert island with only one disc, it would have to be my Champion Valkyrie. I mean this is by far the best plastic I have ever thrown. Not only does it fly the straightest lines, but I also get my best hyzers from the valk. It is the one disc I would select if ever challenged to play with just one driver. If you haven't thrown it yet, I strongly suggest you go out and find out for yourself. Cheers and DG4life
OK time to throw some Discraft love out there------ Buzzz!!!! Everyone should have a Buzzz!!! Nevermind that, instead get 2 of em. A FLX and a Z. This disc will do anything.... really it will.... I promise....
Buzzz, I carry 2, one ESP and one FLX. Best feeling disc ever is the FLX!
Buzzz. I'm a predominate Innova thrown but can't stand the ROC, it's to small in my hand so I throw a Buzzz instead. The way you guys talk about your Roc's is how I feel about my buzzz's. I have a D beat, an FLX and a new D in my bag right now.
My favorite disc would be the SS Avenger. For me it is very consistent up to about 380 feet. It's a great winter disc too because it doesn't require as much spin to get the disc to fly...which is great for times when tee pads are kinda icy.
1st run Z Buzz should be everyone's answer unless otherwise sponsered. It is the best thing going, straight, right, left, you name it. If you can't find a first run the try a second first run, just as good. And the ESP buzzes are even stealing some shots out of my bag. ALWAYS BUZZ, never roc...
What is the difference in terms of the way the disc is molded and how they fly between a 1st/2nd1st and a typical Z Buzzz? I love my Z Buzzz, never tried those particular molds.
I believe the first-run buzz (and 2nd first run) is a little less stable( although dead straight) than the newer buzzz (z, esp, flx) molds, . This allows for easier turnovers. brand new buzz's are a little more stable, more low speed fade. therefore, even when new a first run buzz's will hold any line you put them on!!! that is why throwers in the know will covet them since they are hard to get.
This one: Photobucket I can put it anywhere i want if in the 150'-225' range. It'll hold any line you put it on so you can hyzer or anie around an obstacle or just point and click it straight into the basket if you have the line. Not to mention I did a sweet dye job on it (patting myself on the back while i type with one hand) because everyone wishes they had the Thundercats dics.

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