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The Discmania Chroma MD3 Eagle McMahon Iron Samurai 4 is a stable to overstable midrange. You can throw it forehand or backhand and get a long straight flight with lots of glide. The stamp features a Samurai looking down at his two swords. The words "Iron" and "Samurai" are at the top and bottom with the number 4 underneath an Eagle with outstretched wings. The entire disc is covered with spears, swords, scythes, pikes, and tridents that line the outside facing in. This is a work of art on the disc. Many of these limited edition discs are going to end up on the walls of collectors because of how intricate they are. This run of discs is different from the Iron Samurai 3's because the top is flatter.
The flight path of the MD3 is straight for a majority of the flight with a slow fade at the end. With high glide it's a great choice for tunnel shots, and pretty much everything 150-300 feet. It's going to have a stable flight so you can power up on the disc and give it a little early turn knowing that it's going to hold and flex back a little bit. Or you can throw it nice and smooth for expertly placed 250 foot shots. The MD3 handles soft forehand shots well or backhands pretty well. You'll see plenty of amateur and pro players throwing this disc off the tee because it gets great distance and is very reliable. With the high glide, expect a slow fade that takes the disc on hyzer for a bit. This is the kind of disc you can swing out high on a hyzer and let it gently swing back. The MD3 is perfect for shot shaping in the woods.
Chroma plastic from Discmania is a newer blend. It's super durable and premium, with a swirly pearly look to it. It's stiff and should give you a little more grip than just traditional C-Line blend plastic. It's perfect for the Iron Samurai 4 because you'll be throwing this disc hard and you want something that will last you a long time.
This is one of the most versatile midrange discs in the game. Throw it flat for straight shots with a little hyzer tail finish, throw it on hyzer for a long slow reliable shot, or flip it over and let it pan out to flat. The Iron Samurai 4 is sure to fly off the shelves here at Sabattus Disc Golf, so snag one of these limited edition discs while you can!