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A flater trajectory feels easier to get on target and is more fun for sure... but up to a limit because having more rubber introduces hold instability? I believe there'd be an optimum to match bandsets and ammo to a given frame. Frame design is another factor - a stable frame allows for heavier bandsets.

Chinese competition shooters however use the lightest bands they can. The easy draw and stable hold is coveted and their results speak for itself. Having said that, the light set-up used for competition wouldn't work for hunting... so again, it's about tailoring your setup for the situation and finding your own optimum for a given frame and the intended purpose. Accuracy will increase with familarity on a frame and set-up I think?
 
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