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my first disc was a lightning #2 flyer. I still have it and it is also my only ace disc.

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i think there was a initial on it but no phone number or anything
i dont have it anymore because i bombed it into the woods on accident
Damn, there's a bunch of newbies on here......
They didn't have anything but DX plastic when I started playing and it was relatively new.

I had a Whippet, a Cheetah, and a Shark.
I think everyone of them ended up at the bottom of Iroquois Pond. Didn't even know you were supposed to put your name on them!
About 5 years after I started playing Discraft candy plastic showed up in town. They had XL's and XS's. I bought them both and used them for a long long time!!
a black xs (shudder), red putt'r and a good ole mrv.
My 1st golf disc ... a 40 Mold (119gm) Midnight Flyer really weighed 141 gms .. what can I say I am old
innova champ beast. switched to discraft. couldnt be happier
First run Piranha. No clue of the weight but it was red with a black stamp and was a harder plastic than the one I have now. My boyfriend found it in a pond, then lost it about a year later in some blackberry bushes at Hanging Oaks in Penn Valley :(
Mine was a DX bar stamp Cobra. Orange, I only bought it cause it looked cool. I think I ended up giving to a friend so he could start playing. Just bought a "replica" of it off eBay. Not the same...
Elite Z Cyclone, Tye dyed purple black and green. I wish I still had it. Lost it in the pond out at Addison Oaks Earlier this summer.
A White DX Hammer. I was about 10 years old and my dad took me and my sister to play and bought us each a disc.
some old ones a pro had probably found and some others he couldn't throw because they were a different brand than his sponsoring company.
star leopard and a soft magnet....still have the leopard
Illusion, Wolf, Aviar, and Teebird. My friend let me use some of his and a few days later I bought all four of these discs. Looking back I think that I would have chosen a different selection. I've only been playing a short while, but I do think that it is important to master a midrange disc like or similiar to a Roc or a Buzzz before you graduate. I've recently got my father and his GF playing and I've given them a Roc to play with and I've seen better results in the time they've played relative to the time played at the same point in their game.

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