Submitted by Eddy G firstname.lastname@example.org
Disc Weights: 174
Review: Wow! this thing is overstable and has a sharp rim. It instantly became my power hyser disc and my tomahawk thumber disc. Too bad I lost it. Get it if you want to go left, hard. This thing has no glide. I would compare it to a k.c pro Whippet as far as stability goes. Good in the wind as well.
Submitted by Ska Bob Location: Detroit
Level: Adv. Am
Avg Drive: 300
Disc Weights: 160-163
Review: Been throwing a 167 Z Avenger after I started turning over my Flash too far (yeah, I'm workin' on that whole finesse thing...). I was at the DGLO (2006) and picked up an ESP Avenger, figuring I might be able to get a bit of turnover out of it (I'm still not turning over that Z one). I'm not turning the ESP one over either, yet - but I've found myself throwing it instead of the Z for most shots. Still pretty overstable, but it doesn't fade NEARLY as far as the Z plastic. Holds a hyzer line like it's on rails. I CAN hyzer flip it, but not from a very severe angle so far (it's technique, not the disc). I'd say if you're turning over the X Avenger, you should check out the ESP one before you check out the Z one. It's a good middle ground in the stability between the X and Z.
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