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My local store is having a Discraft sale at 50% off. At this much off I am buying.

However, I need some help and suggestions. I like long and flat straight disks. There are no Avengers SS there.

Innova discs I like: Roc (My number one goto)
Kite - long and straight
Tee Bird and Leopard also long straight
JK Avair Putter
Viper - for shots I need to get around something.
Archangel - Like the glide
Predator - for those headwind shots

I am leaning towards buying a Buzzz, Wasp and Drone.
I throw less then 250 ft, typically about 230 and that is up about 30 feet with some recent changes.

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if you can find an elite X buzzz, you should pick it up.
drone, buzz, surge ss, and xl/xs/xpress are all good discs, and the elite Z avenger has been my goto for forehand shots for half a decade.
you can pick up a elite z xpress it will fly straight if released flat.
I purchased a Buzz that is the glow in the dark kind.
I also bought a Wasp, Glide and an XS. Four new discs were $24 and change. Thanks for all the advice so far.
Will be trying out on Saturday

There were lots of X, a stratus, breeze and a bunch of other stuff I have never heard of . . . this place sells mostly innova and it is where I buy most of my discs.
If its all %50 off, I'd recommend buying EVERYTHING.
Also! get 2 challengers in the same weight!
I like my challengers way better than my aviars
XL, XS, and Xpress from Discraft will keep you going straight.
The lower weight Discs will have more glide.
Oh, Stratus. A beat Stratus. And that breeze will go straight too.
You would like a Stingray, Cobra, Sidewinder, Leopard, Gazelle, Cheetah, Roadrunner, Monarch, or Valkyrie from Innova- All straight drivers.
A TL will be just like your TeeBird only a little straighter. Any Innova "L" Disc is designed to go straighter than its brother.
Lower your weights and put more spin on the disc (snap) and you will increase your distance.
Learn to snap a towel well and you will add more pop and snap to your drive!
Yeah, righhhhhtttt.

There are about 30 disks left and many are in the 10-12 range which makes it in the 5-6.
I am not sure I would do that if they were innova discs being sold like that (exceptions: ROC, KITE, TEEBIRD) I would admit that I would be buying one of each though.
No Challengers
I have two Valks, a Roadrunner, a Leopard, and a sidewinder,

I have been buying discs in the 160-170 range, as I also have wind all the time to contend with in SD.
Roc - Wasp
Kite - Glide
TeeBird - Stalker
Aviar - Challenger
Viper - Xtreme (If you can find it) otherwise try a reaper
Archangel - Stratus maybe slipstream GT
Predator is discraft

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