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“The Destroyer has always been the standard when it comes to distance drivers. It has the perfect complement of rim size and controlled distance,” says Ricky Wysocki. The Destroyer is a great disc for sidearm throwers and those with lots of power. “In the past, I’ve had separate sidearm and backhand distance drivers. The Destroyer is so versatile, it’s one of the few discs I throw for both sidearm and backhand shots. My raptor graphic is going to be the the first character-stamped stock Star Destroyer and I’m super-pumped about that.”
Note: This is the stock Star Destroyer as of January 1, 2019.
The PD is perhaps Discmania's most versatile driver, good for many different uses. When new, it is pretty overstable, but in different plastic types and stages of wear it can attack several different lines. It is good for hyzer shots, flicks, S-curves and so on. Many top ranked players in the world have one or more PDs in their bag for different situations.
The Sky God artwork is simply one of the most innovative and appropriate yet. It embodies the characteristics of the C-line P2 and still resonates the iconic Simon Lizotte appearance. We’ve taken it a step further by giving each of these a pair of golden wings for a limited double stamp release.
Another new stamp alert from Handeye Supply Co! They're calling this one Transport.
New stamp alert from Handeye Supply Co! They're calling this one Satellite Arrows.
Strong winds will make the most experienced player look like a novice. They have forced Dynamic Discs back into the laboratory to solve the midrange question. Their tests have led them here. The Justice is served.
To commemorate the highly anticipated debut of the Deflector overstable midrange, MVP is proud to introduce their first paired Special Edition -- the TV Set. #1 in this set, “Deflector Coil”, depicts the powerful electromagnetic coils behind classic televisions. As power surges through the four deflector coils, their magnetic fields redirect a particle beam with such speed and accuracy that we perceive its motion as one complete image.