I ordered some .7 simple shot black latex because some people had said it lasted longer. I'm currently shooting .75 precise. Does anyone have experience with both? Do you think the SS will last longer in general then the precise?
I do. I haven't shot the .75 but have shot the heck out of the .40 .50 & .60. The rolls that I have are probably the longest lasting elastic I've tried, other than the original gzk white, which they've discontinued.
I think you'll like it.
Yes I found that .6 and .7 simple shot did last longer than the precise, but it also had a stiffer feel to it. Personally I'd like the stiffer feel of the simplified black and the precise was just too stretchy for my taste.
It was probably your post I was reading stringslap.
Good to know it is stiff. The gen3 precise is the stiff kind too, that's why I like it. I was a little afraid it would be the old stretchy stuff. The mad power of the stiff latex is what got me back into flatbands
I'd like to piggy back a question on here DragonEyeShooter1, do you mind sharing your length of pull and band cut for .7 SSB? Kind of would like to see the work of others so I have an idea where to start, thanks
I mostly use 3/8 at arou d 55 gr. But i use 11mm or 7/16 and some 1/2" or 12 mm, my favorite cut is 3/4"-1/2" and i use some other tapers but that's my fav and i run a 6 3/4"- 8" drowns on the frame and if it's wrapntuck or clips
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