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New Long Range Driver from Discraft. Players need a driver that offers dependable control, durability, and soft landings with minimal skip. They need a Stalker! Discraft testers agree that Stalker offers players a dependeble straight distance driver that forgives small release errors and won't skip away from the target on impact.
i didnt like the stalker at all it dosent get alot of distance and is a little overstable backhanded but way understable for a sidearm from a distance. the lip is a little to big also. overall not to impressed with this disc (Posted on 1/15/14)
The Stalker is AWESOME!!! It will go on any line you put it on. If you like Buzzz then the Stalker is definately the next step for you. Not sure where I read it but I read that the Stalker is like a Buzzz on Steroids. That is no joke at all. Get this disc, you won't regret it. I own 6! (Posted on 4/30/12)
Rarely do I give a disc 5 stars, but this one deserves it. Such an accurate driver, I use it for all wooded situations. Flies dead straight, and goes fairly far. If you dont have one of these in your bag, you are missing out! highly suggest buying 1,2 or 3 of these! (Posted on 3/21/11)
The Stalker is another great disc for some distance for newer players. It is especially so for newer players wanting a disc that will go farther, but remain straight. One of the first things that I noticed when I threw this disc for the first time, is that it is very forgiving of minor form errors in your point of release. By this I mean that this disc really tries its best to fly flat and straight. If you just out and out release it horribly, it's not going to work miracles, but if you release it with a slight hyzer or anhyzer instead of a flat release (if that's what you're trying to do), I believe this disc actually helps level out on its own. It really does its best to fly straight. (Posted on 11/2/10)