Discmania describes the MD as a “extremely straight flying midrange”, and to be honest; who don`t need one of those?! The disc have no bead and a slight convex rim. It has a good glide and is fairly neutral in it`s flight caracteristics, making it to a disc which is easy to manipulate the flight on. As an AM this flies great for me, even if I have some challenges with the grip.
My MD is a C-line, premium plastic meant to last for a long time. I personally prefer D-line for my mids, but that is more of a personal preference as I feel it has more grip.. Got to say that it did not feel very good in my smaller sized hands, with a rim that was a little to tall for me.
This extremely straight flying midrange is targeted to all skill levels. The MD’s ergonomic rim resembles the popular MD2, but while the MD2 has a micro bead and a concave lower rim, the MD features a convex lower rim and no bead. It also features a slight dome to allow more glide and stability.
Even if it did not feel good in my hands, it has a good flight for me. Understable with power, but controllable for more finesse shots.
Discs are a lot about personal preference, as the quality from all major manufacturers are great. The MD is for me such a case, where I feel its potential but when in the hand it is not to my liking. I got smaller hands which makes the rim uncomfortable, and in a game preference makes up such a big part of it, it is not a disc for me. All that being said, I acknowledge the quality and versatility the MD provides. I can see this disc as a main midrange for an amateur, or as an understable/neutral midrange for advanced/pro. Even for an AM like me it does not hold power very vell, but for those low power controll shot both backhand and forehand it does the job nicely.
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