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This is pretty much all that I need:

tie-dyed 2003 DGLO Z-Storm
orange Z-Storm
yellow Sinus AP
purple 10 Meter Crossfire
blue APX Swirl
pink first-run Rogue
white first-run Rogue
green Z-Wildcat
yellow Z-Xtreme
... missing and need to replace my "factored" Stingray
... missing and need to replace my Sentinel

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Bag what bag, I carry a driver in one hand and a putter in the other. I want to learn how and when to use other discs just haven't gotten there yet. what are some of the basics for throwing and putting. Heavier discs for wind and lighter ones for stagnent air??Somebody help me with this problems. I see people on the course behind my house with bags of different discs. What are they for???Now don't you guys give me a hard time for not knowing this, I'll bet most of you had now idea when you got started either, so help me out here???I do have a pretty good forearm throw for my long drives, then I revert to a backhand throw for medium range, and then of course theres the putt movement...
Burton
Burton, how about putting this query into the "Performance" section of the forum?
Winter Snow Bag

Towel
Some IPA of some sort
Bakota HiBack (the best pouch you can get)
Nalgene Water Bottle

DX Roc (x2)
DX TeeBird
Star Wraith
Black ProD Challengers (x2)
Z Buzzz
Champ Firebird (x2)
Special blend ORC 169g (2) Tulsa stamp in blue
Star Destroyer 171g (1) day glow green
Star T-Rex 169g (1) lilac
Star sidewinder 162g (1) yellow
Star Wraith 169g (1) red HOTB 2006 stamp
Z Extreme 169g (2) red ghost stamped
Banger GT 170g (2) red / white
Flick (first run) 168g (1) blue
Star Gator 168g (1) orange
Recently changed over for winter. Removed white plastic and old stuff I don't want to break (beadless aviar with crosshatch stamp, KC 8 Roc, KC 9 Aviar).

Red Pro Starfire
Orange Star Orc
Pink old run CE Valkarie
Blue Star Sidewinder - light 162 gm
Red original run SE Teebird
Blue old 'well seasoned' Rancho Roc
Tie Dyed KC 11 Roc
Orange 'old school' Stingray
Tie Died KC 11 Aviar
Yellow old 'chains' Aviar Putt and Approach

Been carrying the Revolution Mini Bag to force myself not to carry any more discs.
Star Teebird 170g (go-to disc)
Star TL 172g
Raging Inferno-DT 175g
new Pro Wraith 173g
beat Pro Wraith 172g (late turnover shots)
slightly beat Champion SL (sort of like a long Leopard)
Pro-Line(old) 175g Leopard
beat Champion Destroyer 173g (took me a while to get this where I wanted it)
Firebird 175g
beat Roc 173g (goes where you aim it)
Champion Roc 180g (still pretty overstable)
Champion Stingray 180g
beat Champion Valkyrie 170g (rollers and huge turnover shots)
Champion Gator 175g
FLX Challenger (replaced the Wizard I was carrying for years)
Pro Challenger (go-to putter)
Watch out fo that chains Aviar in the cold weather!! I carry a yellow "hands" Aviar in my bag, but it doesn't get too cold here in SoCal. My "go to" long putter is a '83 WDGC Shuttle Puppy, but since the temp outside has dropped into the 50's I put it away until Spring - don't wanna crack that baby!!!
I've been taking out most of the random molds in my bag and now I'm down to what I need ( I think )

My bag includes:

1x TeeRex
2X Wraith ( 1 star, 1 champ)
2X Orc (1 star, 1 champ)
4X Beast (champ: beaten in for different degrees of turnover)
2X TeeBird (1 star, 1 champ)
2X Sidewinder (1 star, 1 champ)

1X Z Wasp
3X Buzz (1 ESP, 1 FLX, 1 Z)

1X Rhyno
2X Aviar (Meditation stamp) - I love these things

Going to try out a Predator for a super overstable headwind driver, and when I need them I'll put my Destroyers back in.
I carry
Two 175g Star Valkaries. My main distance drivers throw one the other is back up
I have one of the 2007 Ace Race discs I use for long turnover drivers and long putts 75' or longer.
At least one D plastic Rock for some up shots and and putts up to 75'
One Champion Cobra 175g for long streight shots and windy putts.
One XD putter
And an Aviar putter.
I keep a birdie bag
And a discretreiver.
- 3 Pro Wraiths in various degrees of crispness
- 1 CH Monster
- 1 Pro Starfire (roller)
- 3 DX Roc in various degrees of crispness
- 2 JK Aviar-x
- usually several bottles of Shiner Bock
Still feel like a beginner, so I carry more than I really need.
2 Pro Orcs- 158-159 gr
Sidewinder-150 gr.
Dx Orc- 139Gr. Very Sweet.
Star Destroyer-168 Gr.
Lightning HX-1 & HX-2, not sure weight
RoadRunner-163gr.
2 Aviars -175 gr.
Auroura- 180 gr.
Wasp- !64Gr.
Hawk-!70 Gr. Just added
ESP Challenger-175gr.
Elite Storm -168 gr.
Also have a few temps I keep trying out and replacing now and then.
In my bag?? 4 different kinds (& weights) of Beasts,2 "Wolfs"(DX & Ching), 2 "Ching" Rocs,Omega SS Putter, 2 Sidewinders,a Skeeter,a Magnet Putter,

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