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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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Old run Omega SS is the only one I keep in the bag still. But the old Lightning B25 was a fun disc....untill it hit a tree lol. Also Vipers are still great.
I'll throw in here with DX Cobras.Object/target frisbee golf back in the day with our frisbees{ lids } for those who remember.

Oh yeah. Go to the right of that light pole andd hit the fire hydrant!

The winner makes up the next hole.

 

..split the Oaks,third parking space between the lines.Way before handicap parking;>}
My friend Dan has a TeeBird that says Ultra Long Distance driver on it. Old School!

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

I think everybody used a stingray at one time. loved em for long time, probably one of the best ever.

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

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

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!

Pro D Cyclone

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

1983 Eagle oooooooooooooooooooooh.

Is it the Original Mold? Gotta picture?

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