So since I started this journey, I've had an on again off again affair with tubes. I like the idea of tubes, but for some reason never really got along well with them. I mostly shoot my frames from Shane and they are set up for bands (except for one with worm hole attachment). Never found tab material or a way of attaching them that sat well with me. I had been making pouches from Harbor Freight welders gloves and I really like the leather they are made of. Soft and flexible, but also very strong. Figured I would give that a try for tabs. I had some Dankung 2040 and made up a set with a 6" active length. The setup is nothing to look at, but man is it working extremely well! I actually shot my personal best today. Shooting at a 1.5" target from 22'. Grabbed 8 9.5mm clay balls. First round I hit 5 of 8. Next was 6/8. Then only had 4 surviving clays and hit 3/4. Went on to hit more than I missed with clay and 3/8 steel. I think this time I'm going to stick with tubes. I have some 1842 and 1745 on the way!
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