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Looking for a practice basket anybody have any suggestions. what about the DGA mach - 14 or the skill shot or etc. under $ 130.00 or so.

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I have had my DGA Mach Lite since Father's Day and I couldn't be happier. Lite enough to move around, folds down for transport, and built like a tank. Can't beat it for the $$$.
I have a skill shot and love it.  Catches really well and the target area is a little smaller than a normal basket so it allows you to focus on a smaller target.
I have a DGA Mach Lite and as far as portable baskets go I really like it. It light, very portable, and catches really well. However, If I could do it all over again I would a basket that is smaller then normal. I feel like I can hit anything when I'm practicing at home but then I go to the course and for some reason the baskets look smaller.

I have a Skill-Shot and love it for the portability, excellent practice with the slightly smaller target area, and great catching ablilty.  I have another blue one unopened still in the box for sale for $80 + shipping...


...if you go with the Skill-Shot I don't think you'll find a better price!  Just let me know if you're interested/

I got a M14 for Christmas and I won a Innova SportDiscCatcher in a tournament last month. The M14 was $140 ($120 + $20 shipping). The SportDisCatcher is around $180 + shipping. Pros - M14 is lighter (easier to carry around), chains are arranged so there are two sets. Discatcher- heavier (more durable), more chains (though they are arranged as one set). For PDGA tournament standards (if I read it correctly) M14 is listed as basic and Discatcher is listed as standard. Having said all of that they both catch discs reasonably well (about the same) and I am happy with both of them.
I've purchased two DGA M-14 baskets over the last couple of years, $140 shipped each. I went to Lowes and bought extra 2' lengths of chain and some "S" hooks, gives each basket 7 extra chains for a total of 21 chains per basket. I LOVE THEM ! They catch better than the baskets that are installed at a couple of the courses that I play.

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