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Gateway S Sabre

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MSRP: $11.99

Availability: In stock

Regular Price: $10.95

Special Price: $9.19

Regular Price: $10.95

Special Price: $9.19

SKU: 349
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Regular Price: $10.95

Special Price: $9.19

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This is Gateway`s most versatile driver, a great disc for anyone from Granny to a seasoned pro.  It is fairly understable but very consistent.  The premium polyeurathane plastic is virtually indestructable.

The Gateway Sabre is our stable driver and one of the straightest flying discs on the market. A fast disc with pinpoint accuracy and a predictable finish late in its flight, the Sabre is versatile enough to hold any line for players of all skill levels. While the Sabre is stable enough at high speeds to compare to more overstable discs, it does so without a lot of fade at the end of its flight.

Whether you need a straight line, left, or right curve, the Sabre will get you there accurately and reliably.

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Manufacturer Gateway

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Customer Reviews

Tim Moore Review by Tim Moore
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i learned to play on this disc and i guess i just caught on quickly but this disc was hard to throw. it likes to break hard and dive quick, better for experienced players (Posted on 5/10/12)
Theo Williamson II Review by Theo Williamson II
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i learned to play on this disc and i guess i just caught on quickly but this disc was hard to throw. it likes to break hard and dive quick, better for experienced players (Posted on 3/23/10)
Brian Matthews Review by Brian Matthews
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I can get throws that fairly equally match the distance of a lot of my other drivers, but the plastic makes for a tough grip and release. My guess is that it wants more power and snap than I can give it at my stage of the game. (Posted on 12/15/07)

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