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How does your Assassin fly for you? I've seen people throw it and have it go super straight, but I can't get it to do anything but turn right. What do you guys think?

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I love the Assassin, but you really need to take a little off your throw so you dont over power the disc.
this is one of my new favorite discs. throw it about 80% with slight anhyser and it helixes out for some great distance. i throw 170 and 172 E plastic. not a power player by any means but this is becoming the longest disc in my bag.
I drive sidearm and it's been great for left fading turns. I try to throw the thing as flat as i can, and if anything maybe a little hyzer for a little longer shot! another great disc from gateway.
I have a Scream, which is the name that Quest uses for this disc, and throw sidearm as well. I put a sizable amount of hyzer on it when I throw; it flattens out in mid flight and can go a long ways. I'm always impressed by how long it can go with just a minimal amount of effort.

I mostly use the Assassin/Scream as an anhyzer disc though. Super durable, btw... but everyone that has used one knows that anyways.
The Assassin is great for turnovers...I can bomb them throwing a sky anhyzer line...I maxed one at around 510 ft. It is a great control driver but if you want something stable this is not it.


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