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CFR flat top firebird
Star Oregon series Firebird 175
CFR Champ boss 175 stable as a mug
Beat Champ first run BOss 175
Star Boss 169 (big out of control crushes)
Eco star freshy destroyer 175 (flicks up the wazzootown)
Eco star half beat destroyer 175
Eco star beat destroyer 175
Beat Star destroyer 175
Star eagle x 175
Champ teebird 11x 175
Star teebird 175
09 KC Worlds wippet x glow champ 175 most stable piece of plastic I have ever ripped,, retarded stable.. its almost like throwing a chubby kid into a pool without any help. You have to try really hard, and you just don't get far quickly.
CFR champ starfire 172
champ 4 time valkyrie 175
JK pro valkyrie 175
star sidewider 175

beat in dx san marino roc 175
Gateway e plastic Element x 182
USADGC 09 pearly buzz 180
proto star 180 innova mako

kc pro black aviar 175 stiff new
beedless old school aviar 175
2009 masters woody aviar 175

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Comment by Tom Chrestman on May 28, 2009 at 11:55am
depends on what you want to use it for. Mine is beat in and I use it for point and click shots, anhyzers and alot of standing throws with low ceilings and hallways. I would personally go as heavy as you can, I think it helps keep a consistent release.

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