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Forget about any disc that first came out in star or elite, or any high tech champion plastic.

Has to be before them.

Most on dgrus doesn't have a clue.

And is it still in your bag?

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When I first started playing back in the 90s.  My favorite was the Stingray.

what's the difference?
Do you still use it?
champion plastic is not "old school", but still great disc.
I think everybody used a stingray at one time. loved em for long time, probably one of the best ever.

the remake of the hammer is not the same mold a the old,   i also  heard it through the grape vine


but it will make some nails scared..

is a nine-time roc old enough to count? 

9x and a old school wizard( brick red or a big stamp arch stamp )may be the only discs  needed to complete any bag!

I've must of missed out , never throw one .

but i still see it in play today. med distance and under stable, yes.

It's illegal. Too small of a diameter. I bought it used for a dollar and threw it once. Ace. I exclaimed"no wonder they're illegal".

In my bag: Original Eagle (1983), San Marino Roc, CE Aero.

1983 Eagle oooooooooooooooooooooh.

Is it the Original Mold? Gotta picture?

Original Eagle first run Aero? Very rare! I've got one somewhere,beat up with dog bites :(  The first of the bevel edged discs I believe.

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