Submitted by Ska Bob Location: Detroit
Level: Adv. Am
Avg Drive: 300
Disc Weights: 166-174
Review: The Pro D MRV is straight as straight can be. A buddy of mine and I are constantly tossing good natured jabs at eachother over the choice of MRV or Buzzz, because when you want a straight shot, they both fit the bill. The one thing about the MRV is this - it's FAR pickier about how you throw it than the Buzzz is. It's capable of more shots and sharper turns than I've seen Buzzzes thrown on, but it's less forgiving by far when you don't release it right. It's a shame Discraft discontinued the disc, because it's the bread and butter of my midrange game (god it just feels cheesy calling a disc that, but it really is true)!
Submitted by Derek Kainz <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I found this disc to be a little wild for a mid-range. Sometimes it went right, sometimes left, and sometimes straight depending on the power. Too confusing for a disc that is supposed to be a control disc. The MRX is more predictable for me.
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