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I do. I abandoned all other mid ranges except on windy shots. It is not the safest midrange for staying close but if released on a hyzer it is straight as an arrow. Made 2 one hundred fifty foot shots in a row yesterday with it. Just remember to release on the left  side of basket.

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I think that most likely there could be a post just like this of every disc ever made.. especially mid ranges.  =)  I haven't tried the Wolf but I looked it when I was trying to find a decent under stable mid.  Only reason I didn't pursue it more was because I got a free mystic and it turns over well for me.  Other mids in that overall category are the stingray and coyote.  If the wolf does well for you perfect it. =)  But I would try to be proficient with at least 3 mids (US/S/OS) since there are different situations where each is superior in utility.


Wolf is a Turnover disc.

I think that was firmly established already.  =)

Other then personally not liking the Wolf, its biggest down side is lack of plastic type. You can pick up a Stingray that is the same speed and almost the same flight in DX, Star, and even a few Champion ones out there.

Personal opinion aside, If it works for You, rock the Wolf and nail some long birdies. 

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