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It finally happened.
My 10X KC Pro Aviar is no longer going to be used in play.
It flew faithfully for the last time today.
Without notice, I put it back in my putting slot of my dps bag (its happy home) with a crack in the top of it.
Went later to use it and to my shock, saw and felt the crack starting in the top of it.
This disc will have to be replaced, but there will be no other like it.
It was true and faithful to the end. 
One of the 'best putters' I ever owned.
Bye 10X KCProAviar.....

(yeah, dps has planty of stock, but none like a 10X)

For all those that have 'lost' a beloved disc this post is for you to let it go.

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Tough to say goodbye to the old plastic but there aint nothing like the feel of new plastic.
It cracked......because it smacked everything else but chains.

Bada Boom!!
The KC Pro plastic is not durable and only lasts for a few years.
Say this disc lasted what 5 years...
When was Climo 10X champ?
mint 9x kc aviar for sale or trade
It must be do to those cold Florida Fall and Winters!
Brrr,,there was a cool breeze today;>]
I had a KC Pro TeeBird that I owned for probably eight years. Even after all of that time it still looked brand new. It wasn't the candy plastic but some super durable plastic (like Star plastic). I left it on a hole one day and I was bummed for a while but then I got a Star TeeBird. Then I hit an ace with my Star TeeBird.

But my KC Pro TeeBird was somehow one of a kind because I never saw another one like it. Don't know why but it felt a lot like Star plastic. But now I have the real deal Star.
The disc sometimes was close to the AC vent.

Took one of these out of the box today.
A Nice "FRESHY!" See what this one does... have a used one in the bag also. Can't be without 2 KC Pro Aviars.... 175 grams
available @ dps
Christmas is coming.
Sounds like you may still be in the rationalizing stage of loss for the KC Pro TBird. I hurts to loose good discs. It hurts bad. Star TBirds are pretty nice though.
This disc works like a 'new' one still stable.
But works well regardless.
Must be the hotstamp!

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