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Ryan Andersen
When did you discover and begin playing this best of all sports?
I was 12
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Plaman Park Appleton
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Eau Claire
Dretzka, Milwaukee
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At 1:12pm on December 20, 2008, Donny Olow said…
Hello Ryan !!!

Greetings , I hope you and your Family have a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year !!!!

Hope this message finds you well and your enjoying the Holiday Season !!!

Welcome to this Cool Website for Disc Golfers from All over the World !!!!

Enjoy !!!!!

Your Friend from the SouthWest !!!!

Donny Olow
San Diego , CA .
At 11:42am on July 25, 2008, mark ellis said…
I'm not convinced they ever made X-clones in X plastic. If they did I never noticed.

If you have one stamped as X plastic, does it actually feel any different from the normal runs in Cyclone plastic? Sometimes someone in the factory just stamps discs without paying attention or knowing what they are doing.

X plastic is just a candy blend. And there are lots of variations in those blends. Really Cyclone plastic is a type of candy blend. It was the first high tech plastic to be molded into drivers.

So without looking at my collection I would guess none of them are stamped X plastic but all of them are a blend, and every run the blend may be a bit different from the others.

I personally liked the flat top ones because they were the most overstable, so I have lots of those.

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