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Useful tip to save the "rubber bands" on your Hawaiian sling & spear guns

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Hi all,
New here and no, I'm neither a rep or an owner of 303 stock (if in fact they are listed), but thought everyone might appreciate saving some $$$
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I needed to replace the rubber “bands” on my spear guns and Hawaiian slings yearly… now I spray the bands and place them in ziplock baggies at the end of the season and they have lasted through multiple season.

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Similarly, I spray mine with silicone, bag them and deep freeze them. ;)
 
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