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OK, I admit it. I can't stop trying every new disc out there. Sooo after reading the compamy info on the new Stalker. I'm wondering what the people who throw it think about it? Discraft gave it a 1.1 stability so it sounds like it can handle my massive power and snap ( tounge in cheek, ladies and gents) So help a disc junkie. Maybe someday, I will learn to step away from the PayPal button...

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I'm tempted I have a yellow 175g First Run starring at me. Held for a friend for a week now, texted twice to ask if he still wants it. No responcse. Though I love my ESP Cyclone, Looks like it should handle wind better then a ESP Cyclone.
I just got mine yesterday and will be using it today along with my new avenger and zone, I'll let you know how it works out.

I'm really excited about the Old CE Teebird I have on the way from disc golf values, it was the last run of CE plastic they ever did and It'll probably be worth a lot someday but I'm gonna throw the crap out of it anyway. lol
I say it's yours! Also, good to see you back. Haven't seen you around for a while.
Ya, some of the CE stuff is costly, but if you shop ebay you can find some used stuff, like 1st run. Thats not so $$$. It just depends on who's bidding and how bad they want it. For me it's worth the $$. However I do keep a Star version in my bag for those water shots or the ones you might loose it type of shots.
This is a never thrown max weight yellow CE Teebird its gonna be so awesome.
i used mine yesterday it seemed to handle the wind and felt a little straiter then my side winder.
Ya, I find the CE stuff is more stable than their current counterparts. I love the feel of them.
#1 selling disc at our store

This disc fits nicely into the Discraft Line of Drivers and fills a gap.
Considered a "must have" Driver for anyone who throws just Discraft.
Feedback from Tournament players is extremely positive, Control is important.
Get off the Distance Train and give accuracy a try, you will be a better golfer for it!
Not as sharp as a TeeBird, so it will fly a little bit slower, it also has a bead under the wing, for stability.
The Top of the Stalker is very flat, TeeBirds have a little dome shape to them.
The players are the ones who benefit from disc companies trying to out-perform each other!
Also interesting is the Pro-D Ringer which looks to be a very useful utility disc.....
Is it almost like a TeeBird ? Not as sharp as a TeeBird, so it will fly a little bit slower.
It has a fairly good sized bead on the bottom, not like any TeeBird bottom.
The TeeBird is slightly sharper and a bit faster.

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