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Proto 400s M2 (ex M3)

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MSRP: $21.99

Availability: In stock

Regular Price: $19.95

Special Price: $11.95

Regular Price: $19.95

Special Price: $11.95

SKU: 13706
Midrange Drivers

Quick Overview

Originally released as the M3, the creators at Prodigy Discs decided that it was more overstable than intended so they renamed it as the M2.  These are the Prototype models in clear, grippy 400 Series plastic.  Incredibly durable with quite a bit of overstability, these are great for controlled midrange drives where the wind is less than favorable.

Prodigy names their discs according to stability with the #1 models being the most overstable and the higher the number the less stability that mold will have.  This makes choosing the right model for you incredibly easy.  Just find out what stability is in your range and pick the disc according to how stable you want it.

These are on Close-out so once they are gone they`re gone!  Save $2.00 more by selecting a Factory 2nd in the color dropdown.  The discs are perfect - just a little dirt in the mold that creates a few specks in the otherwise clear plastic.

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Regular Price: $19.95

Special Price: $11.95


Prodigy Mid-Range Driver.
Limited number of Proto Discs available.
400 Series Plastic.

Recently changed from M3 to M2 to make room for the Real M3!
The pictures say M3, but they are now M2's...

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Manufacturer Prodigy Disc

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