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Bullet—Tan—Metallic Red, Gold, Blue

Maker: Destiny Discs
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Mold: Bullet
Classification: Driver
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PDGA Max. Weight: 174.3g
Disc Color: Light Peach
Lettering/Hot Stamp: Introducing... The Aerodynamically Adjustable Bullet™. new disc leaving the rim untouched the ultra stable bullet will fall slightly left at the end of the flight. (Example: Right handed backhand throw). This disc flies super into the wind! Fine tuning your bullet down: Since the new bullet is ultra stable. Players who wish the disc to fly perfectly straight, or even show a turnover quality. May achieve this by reducing the weight of the rim. this can be achieved quickly and easily by putting the disc flat down ( heads up) on a flat smooth cement and sanding or rubbing the disc in a circular motion. Fine sand paper may be used for finishing touches. teat flight after each 15 seconds of sanding. Each player may fine tune the Bullet for his or her optimum performance for a variety of situations. Just remember the more you sand, the more the disc turns over. Caution: Small amounts of sanding cause a difference in flight. Start slow and test as you go. Patent Pending. Destiny Discs W. M. CA 91367. Also-Try our 115 gram Whizbo Football Bullet™—Metallic Red, Gold, Blue
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Special Notes: This disc became illegal when the PDGA enacted guidelines on legal diameters for disc's. The Bullet was too small in diameter. Destiny Discs Woodland Hills, calif. 91307
Contributor(s): Christopher Mattison
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Bullet—Tan—Metallic Red, Gold, Blue