Originally Posted by davei
We have run Vulcans as light as 158g, but the plastic doesn't always cooperate to go down that low. I believe we are making 160gm of late. The Ape will not go down to 150 class in Star. I believe the Flick is a mid 50s disc, but we don't have anything quite that light except some very flat Firebirds we made recently. Monsters won't get that light.
I picked up a custom-stamp order last week that had quite a few 158/9g Star Vulcans, so they are out there. I also recently purchased a 157g Vulcan from Utopia Disc Golf. Marshall Street also usually does a great job of stocking lighter plastic. Light golf discs are tricky to find because there proportionally aren't as many of them produced, but they are out there. You have to be diligent in your search. It also helps to befriend a retailer or two - let them know what you're searching for and ask them to keep their eyes open for you. That's what has worked for me and I throw almost exclusively low-150's drivers.
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