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Here is my bag:

170g CE EXP-1
173g CE EXP-1
169g Quantum OLF
170g Millennium OLF
168g Millennium OLS
166g Sirius JLS
150g Sirius JLS
180g Q-Sentinel
180g QMS
180g CE QMS
169g QMS
175g Sirius Omega
175g Q-Mega
175g Omega SS

Testing:
175g - Team Member Prototype - Great Disc, I love it, hope it makes the cut.

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Yes, you must try the Q-Sent. If possible, find one that is made in San Marino, those are the most overstable. The regular Q's are ok too. I've found that the regular Q's and the S's are about the same in stability.

I'm still looking for a CE Omega. Those sound great!
I love my CE Omega, I would go fetal position if I ever lose it.


"Steady" said:
Yes, you must try the Q-Sent. If possible, find one that is made in San Marino, those are the most overstable. The regular Q's are ok too. I've found that the regular Q's and the S's are about the same in stability.

I'm still looking for a CE Omega. Those sound great!
Fritz got me hooked on some of the Millenium in his bag a few months ago. I've recently found the absolute joy of throwing the San Marino Q-Sents. Those things are a CE blend and just amazing. A Q-Sent coupled with some gummy QMS (~168g and 180g) cover every midrange shot I can think of...and then some.

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