Originally Posted by LastBoyScout
Every discraft disc i have owned flew differently. same thing with the meteors my buddy has. he has 5 of them, same weight and color. 3 fly the same. 1 is overstable. 1 is super understable. all purchased at the same time from the Bowling Green Ams flymart.
Besides, the south is Innova Country. Discraft and Gateway players are a rarity.
Besides Chase, I know that with you owning a store you might not ever "talk down" a disc or brand, but im sure you would be quick to make an alternative selection to a customer if it was someone you knew.
I just have issues with Discraft as well as several other locals with inconsistancy issues that we have just not had with Innova.
Whatever. For everything you just said, I can say the exact same thing about Innova. The variants in thier plastic is what makes it worth money in the secondary market, same principal for Gateway. Why is there no secondary market for Discraft? Because of consistency. Am I saying Discraft is better? No, not at all, Im just trying to express that multiple companies offer great products.
Theres a huge difference between offering a different selection and blasting a company putting money in your ( or said shops ) pocket.
Its kind of pitiful that because Dave takes the time to get on here and answer questions people feel its the right venue to blast anything non-Innova and basically kiss ***. Im not trying to be a dick or anything, if it were your shop, youd understand how important it is to have multiple options and how one product ruling the world doesnt benefit disc golf.