The M Model US is a great fit for any bag because of its reliability. Give it a nice, hard throw on a flat angle and watch it ride gently to the right before having a mild finish. It will also hold a turnover angle for a long time before finishing nice and flat. Work the M Model US at different angles and you can find a dead straight flight and beautiful turnovers in the same disc. It's an easy choice for any skill level.
With a slightly larger diameter than drivers, M Model discs are designed for control and provide a great tool for players to learn different disc flights on both drives and approach shots.
Our BaseGrip plastic offers a tactile feel for a sure grip every time you reach for it. It finds a great balance between stiffness and the ability to wear-in to perfection. BaseGrip plastic provides a cost-effective option without sacrificing on quality and performance in all weather conditions.
Finally got my MmUS in BG. Bought 3 at 180g each expecting them to be a replacement for my M4 as a turnover mid. First, rim feel is VERY SIMILAR to the M model S. You would think these are an ACE Line M4 right? They, at least these new, do not fly like the 750 or 400G M4s I have. They have slightly more low speed stability than my 400G M4, similar to my new 750 M4. Glide on the M4s and MmUS is similar although I feel the M4 is more forgiving and will grant you more glide with less effort. I typically carry a 400 M1 and a 400G M4. These MmUS fall just slightly more stable overall than the 400G M4. On a 260' shot, they have low high-speed stability (they turnover slowly in flight) then flatten out and exhibit average low-speed stability (they fight back to a neutral flight). In short, if you throw M4s and M3s, a couple of these in different stages of wear will do both jobs reliably.
The new D line disc is a really nice disc that I have added to my bag. The plastic has a nice feel, good flight path and he price is right.