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Please rank these drivers by stability (Z Nuke, Star Boss, Star katana, and Opto Halo)... I'm thinking about getting a Halo, but I want to see how other people say it flys.

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Star Boss and Star Katana are very overstable and can handle a lot of torque and snap...and work much better after being broken in. The Latitude 64 Gold Line Halo is sweet right out of the box and my Elite Z Nukes are a bit understable when I put the power-grip and some torque on them.
All of the feedback on the Halo has been very positive in both types of plastic.
only thrown 3 of those.

Star Boss
Star Katana
Z Nuke
For me it's (from most stable to least)
Star Boss
Opto Halo
Star Katana (if it was 2nd run champ. It would be the least stable)
Z Nuke (not as stable as the ESP Nuke. Poss, because the rim is not as wide?)
Now I throw approx. 300 up to 340 (340 on a good day), and have only hit approx 390 to 400 once with my ESP Nuke.
the halo is between the nuke and the katana, the boss is byfar a heck of a lot more overstable than all of the rest

AHHHHHHHHHH Yes !!!! Stable !!!! Champion First Run Destroyer !!!!
I put a Striker in my bag and haven't looked back since. Great glide on a very straight disc. Can get it to turn over a little into a wind, but can't say how it does into a large headwind. I lean toward a boss when I get into those situations.

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