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mdrejhon

Need to buy my own rubber bands. Also, I need an easy "broken rubberband remover" technique.

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The closing pin is too blunt to even fit under the very tight rubber band



Actually it works quite well once you get used to it.

I try the closing pin and if that does not work the pull up cord method.
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I'm sure as hell not going to let those little bastards snap me on my lips like that. I might end up with swollen lips like Angeline Jolie...


How big are your broken stows ....???
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Just hunker down and get 'yer teeth in there and rip 'em out.....
sure you may find you get one 'corner' of the packing shed to yourself on a frequent basis........but thats good 'isnt it ??;)

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I have been hearing 700-800 feet is quite normal for a non-hard Sabre 1 opening. Is this correct?



I'm jumping a Sabre 1 170 at 1.12:1. I get a 800 foot snivel on average. Never been slammed and get decent on heading openings. My Sabre is well behaved. I use the larger bands double stowed now, but thinking of going to the smaller bands.
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