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I know I am missing the super fast disc, but don't want/ need one.

I am about 60% forehand and 40% backhand.

Champion Orc- beat to shit my fav
Champion Orc- using this one to beat in when not playing serious round
Z Flash- anhyzer forehand or straight to slight fade backhand
Esp Flash-  works great for stable backhand or stable forehand (new)
Z Crush- forehand
Champion Eagle- use to love the disc, use it only once in a while, but has 3 aces with it.
Z Stalker- backhand drives
Z XL- backhand drives

Z buzz- backhand dead straight tad hyzer a the end
z comet- anhyzer or dead straight
Esp Wasp- straight forehand to hyzer backhand
ESP Zone- great forehand
Pro Pig- forehand putts/ short forehand approaches ( water disc)
Esp Flx Drone- spike hyzer backhand long forehand approaches

2 beat JK Avairs - putting
1 new jk avair - upshots

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You should get a Star TeeBird and a Champion Banshee. Maybe one of those Lat64 discs as well.
Maybe a Teebird+ if you are throwing FH. But an ESP Tracker is what I throw for FH shots because I don't have to throw it really hard to get it to do what I want and they come in Z plastic as well.
a disc I just started using for forehand is the nate doss surge and it works really well
A few over laps in the mids. 3- molds can cover that department.

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