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Ok y'all. I got this disc a while back. On the Bottom of the Flight Plate, right in the middle, it has Hand written on it a * for star plastic, And an MK, for Mako? BUT, then it has the words SAN MARINO Molded into the bottom of the flight plate. Is it a Mako, or a San Marino Roc, do they run Mako's in the San Marino Mold???? AND it has NO BEAD.....PLEASE help! I am sorry I am Innova Dumb. Thanks y'all.

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All guess work here, but I'd have to say Mako. Since I'm pretty sure they didn't make Star plastic when they were located in San Marino. However, I don't know if the molds still will say "San Marino" on them. When they bust out a run of San Marino Rocs? or discs of that era?

So I hope that's clear as mud for ya :)

Oh heck! with no bead it's deff. a Mako.......So never mind the rest of what I said lol!!

Lol! Your as decisive as I am Rescue! :)

Thanks for the Help though. Much Appreciated. 

if you throw it and instantly fall in love, that's a mako.

I saw one just like that that said *R on the bottom, but it looked and few like a Mako. Pics of the rim or profile?

ive got one it is a mako

Looks like a Star Mako.

Didn't the Mako have CY on the bottom?

Is it for sale?lol

 

Some did, some had MK.  I think the workers didn't realize it wasn't a Coyote at first so labeled the disc wrong.

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