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so in the course of my learning how to throw, my tried and true DX Beast has become a bit dinged up(ok maybe that was an understatement)... is it ok to do some minor sanding to it? I mean it seems logical to be able to as long as I'm not jacking up the flight, I just want to make sure that once I get to playing with others that it wont be frowned upon.
thanks in advance, The new guy.
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Sweet. What can I get with 1000 internets?
I think you can redeem them for 3000 MORE internets. I read it somewhere on the internet.
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ha! that is a fantastic idea, the things in this world I dont know never cease to amaze me!
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So why not step up and buy better plastic. Star and Champion plastic take a likin and keeps on tickin. Unless you are hitting Coquina rocs, they will take a far better beating than any DX plastic. You will also get better distance with the new plastic. They will fly farther and give you better control on placement drives. Try a Destroyer and see if you drives don't get you closer to the pin. But the putting part is up to you. Again, get away from DX, get a Star Big Bead Aviar (get 3 or 4 of same weight) and see how much better your over all game gets. GB #554
yeah I recently bought a surge and as of today that's become my go-to driver.. I've started buying every new disc in star plastic or an equal from other brands. I like the feel of star over champ personally.