Only threw it a few times in practice, as well as just a few hole during my round. So far, I am NOT impressed at all. I will see how it plays out after a few more rounds and some tree stikes. We shall see?
I think the ss version would be better for me as well. I think I'm a little more comfortably in the comfort power zone of this disc than you, but an ss version would be even better so that I can throw my power hyzer flip or helix. As of now I have to throw with just a slight anhyzer to get max d out of the Nuke.
Anybody else notice how the first run Nukes aren't too durable when it comes to hard hits. I took a pretty good chunck out of mine at the Horshoe Canyon in Jasper, Ar. Hit a pile of rocks out at around 350 feet and bounced fifteen feet in the air. Serious notch taken off the rim.
Then last night at the mini my buddy Drew shows me his first run and the gash on it may be bigger than the chunck outta mine.
Just seems like they shread a little easier than you'd think.
I was sanding the nicks and scrapes off of my discs and noticed the plastic is like nothing I have encountered. It's like a blend of esp and D plastic in the way it sands down. I took a nice gash outta mine too.
i started a thread about the thin top plates and i got a few new ones and love them i threw mine 450ft side arm i love it. (i did measure it off, i have a driving range in the back yard marked up to 500 ft)
i love all of my Boss', i've been lookin for a new driver and i've heard the Katana's are very flippy. so i just got a Z Nuke. haven't got to throw it in a round yet, but i'm looking forward to giving it a pull!