Axiom Proton Fireball
SPEED: 9 | GLIDE: 3.5 | TURN: 0 | FADE: 3.5
The Fireball is overstable and wind-resistant like the MVP Motion but has an overall straighter and longer flight profile. The Fireball has a longer forward push during its early stage of fade, where the Motion would have begun a long gradual fade. At the end of its flight, the Fireball will drop later and more abruptly than the Motion.
PREMIUM LOOK AND DURABILITY MATERIAL
- High durability for a long consistent life
- Designed to withstand the roughest conditions
- Improved visibility in low-light conditions and lighted night throwing
- Opaque Neon™ Neutron plastic overmold
As in my other review on the plasma fireballs. I got the proton in two different weights. Mid 150s and max weight.
First major difference i noticed was the light weight had a significant dome (as far as fireballs go) compared to the max weight which was board flat.
But once again my theory was proven correct as the light weight was more stable.
However, the light weight had a touch more glide with the dome compared to the max weight, but this only was noticeable when throwing flex shots with it. When thrown flat the light weight just wanted to fall out of the sky like a brick. The max weight pushed forward a touch more but finished further left.
But both weights are much more stable than neutron or plasma. And for that reason they have made my bag with the plasmas!
The fireball is just amazing!
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