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20mm slings

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Sep 3, 2004
I want to put new 20mm bands on my Spora. viper black 90cm.

I want to have your advises on the best slings I can put on it. What I need is range and accuracy.
it depends on what shaft length and diameter, also on length of band pull. im sure if you ask some of the other more knowledgable members they can give you the 411 on it
I use a 6.5 shaft 130cm. For the band lenght, it depend of the brand, but I want a lot of power
Try the Cressis G20 from scubastore. Personally on 100cm gun I use 19mm latex sporasub bands with 6.3mm shaft and works great. This is my "general purpose" setup.
I finally ordered Picasso 20mm x 24cm, from scubastore. I heard good things about these, so I tried
Hi MilHouse,

I use the Cressi G20's for my 90 and 75 (use I Beuchat guns). I find they are very good, don't very often miss with them boys on!
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