Lone Star Discs Bayonet

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    2 products
    Lone Star Discs Bravo Bayonet 162g Pink-ish w/Rainbow Stamp
    Lone Star Disc Bayonet (Bravo) 173g Aqua w/Sunset Stamp
    Lone Star Discs Bayonet (Bravo)
    Lone Star Discs Glow Bayonet 172g Glow w/Purple Stamp
    Lone Star Discs Glow Bayonet 171g Glow w/Purple Stamp
    Lone Star Discs Glow Bayonet
    Let's break down the Lone Star Discs Bayonet, a high-speed distance driver that's been stirring up some buzz on the course. With a rating of 13 / 5 / -2 / 2, you might expect a wild ride, but the Bayonet is more like that cool friend who's chill under pressure—offering a nice balance between distance and control.

    Right off the bat, you'll feel the wide rim in your hand, which might be intimidating for some, but don't sweat it. If you've ever fancied the grip of a Destroyer or similar speed discs, the Bayonet will fit like a glove. It's got a significant dome, which some say contributes to its stability, giving you a nice, controllable S-curve when thrown flat.

    Speaking of stability, let's clear the air—the Bayonet isn't as "flippy" as you might think from its numbers. Many players find that it has more stability than its numbers suggest, especially those with domey tops. But fear not—if you're in the market for something with a bit more turn, keep an eye out for flatter ones.

    Now, whether you're a power player or someone with a more modest throw, you'll find joy in the Bayonet's versatility. It's a keeper for forehands, staying straight for an impressively long throw before a strong fade. And when it comes to backhands, expect a bit of turn and a predictable fade that'll give you some serious distance.

    Even as it breaks in, it gains a bit of glide without losing its dependable flight characteristics. One thing to keep in mind—early runs in Alpha plastic might pack more stability, while Bravo plastic offers a slightly gentler flight.

    In a nutshell, the Lone Star Discs Bayonet is not your average distance driver. It might surprise you with its stability and user-friendliness, making it a solid choice for players looking to bridge the gap between control and distance. If you're ready to add some calculated risk to your long game, the Bayonet might just be your ticket to some seriously impressive throws.

    Lone Star Bayonet Flight Numbers

  • Speed: 13
  • Glide: 5
  • Turn: -2
  • Fade: 2

  • Dimensions & Specs

  • Height: 1.8 cm
  • Rim Depth: 1.1 cm
  • Rim Thickness: 2.3 cm
  • Diameter: 21.0 cm
  • Flexibility: 7.50 kg
  • Max Weight: 174. 3 gr
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