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top quality as ever bill. 10z takes some beating and I have plenty but I really like the cross braid nylon you did👍

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If you rate em they must be good, I’ll get in touch when things calm down an work an hopefully your not too busy an I’ll have a few to try 😁😁

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6 minutes ago, hambone said:

Do you have to double knot to stop slippage or does the heavy nylon bite better than the thin 4oz stuff?

It's actually sheet netting, with the rings braided on.                     Regards. 

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54 minutes ago, fred90 said:

top quality as ever bill. 10z takes some beating and I have plenty but I really like the cross braid nylon you did👍

Your favourite type fred,,  quite posh with the black rings. 

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4 minutes ago, netrigger said:

Your favourite type fred,,  quite posh with the black rings. 

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call me old fashioned but I am not struck of spun polly. prefer nylon and these are the dog's danglies. 

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1 minute ago, fred90 said:

call me old fashioned but I am not struck of spun polly. prefer nylon and these are the dog's danglies. 

I still use hemp on the rare occasions I find enough rabbits to get out on. The 6oz nylon was a hell of a lot better than the 4oz so I would imagine these 10oz are the business. 👍

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13 minutes ago, Netmaker said:

Nice nets I make mine from scratch double knotted also the 1.1 cross braided nylon make a cracking net as Fred says

Yes I also on occasion make the 10z from scratch, you should try the 0.75mm braid,, makes excellent nets. 

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2 minutes ago, gnipper said:

Would the .75mm be good for fox nets?

I've used it and it was fine,, other folk prefer it around 1mm to 1.3mm,, I reckon the 1mm is a good size. 

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