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Ive got my left and right disc's, ive got my trick disc's. What I'm looking for now is a nice straight disc. I have a ls and a jls, but they both hook left in the end. Who knows of a nice straight flyer for tight holes?

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I used to have a beat Z XL
esp surge.
Well I hit the fields today to see what was workin for me. atm im havin probs with my foot work. I'm a flicker who is learning to throw forehand and I think im losin some power due to my foot work. I have a very slow two step stance that I have been using to get usto throwing forehand. With luck the turney this weekend will hook me up with some good people that can throw a guy a pointer or two. Anywho back to the topic at hand. The groove out throws the boss but the beast is the nice straight disc I was looking for. I got a lot of diffrent opions and throughts so I will be hitting my local shop soon to try others out.
star sl. throw it sidearm. lots of snap. it'll fly straight as an arrow.
Sabre!!!!!!
If you are a flicker who is having trouble with a straight flyer get a Z REAPER! You throw it like you would throw your farthest driver and it snaps straight with no flip, goes far and dies early. If you throw hard, this is a great disc.
rocs and cobras for mid,beat teebird and leopard for drives
Orions are what I use for straight shots.
I concur: onions do fly straight.
180 Roc
the Roc, Skeeter, Glide, Buzz and Impact for shorter holes, the XL, Polaris and Assassin 300'+
try the new STRIKER from Latitude 64. That disc goes pretty straight.

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