Being less than 22 mm wide at the rim, Rask proves that a disc’s speed cannot be determined by looking at the width of the rim. Those who want the fastest disc available, without the widest rim, reach for Rask! Some players swear by it, but it sure isn’t for everyone. Rask is Swedish for fast.
Suitable for: Advanced players, headwind shots, hyzer bombs, getting out of trouble.
The Rask is a great disk for what it is, which is super fast and super overstable. I was looking for a Rask Z though. I saw the flight numbers listed here were the Z numbers, 14 / 3 / -1 / 3 so I took a chance that it was name/description that was wrong. It was not. This is indeed the original Rask, so the flight numbers should be 14 / 3 / 0 / 4, and it is all beef.
Forehand backhand tomahawk whatever. It nails it!
Great disc to throw especially in head wind. Also Nail It Disc Golf is a great place to order from. Fast to receive your order.
For backhand its overstable as anything. However I throw this from a baseball catcher slot overhand and it stays on whatever line its on. Great for tunneling through trees without it jumping up or right. My friend also a former baseball player throws it forehand and is able to drive some bombs. Its more of a sidearm pitch than a forarm disc throw. To avoid the big fade at the end, you really have to stay connected and drive it. Flicks are effective but will fade and drop fast. The best feature is the rask laughs at wind. With that you trade some glide. Top 3 disk in the bag. The K1 plastic is the best I've experienced so far in any disc. Nailed it.