Originally Posted by Peter S Frentzen
It makes no sense whatsoever to save a few bucks up front when you will only find yourself replacing it in a short period of time.
Couldn't agree more. What are the insurance requirements?
Anyways, every vendor of netting will send you a sample you can test.
The places I can see it worth while saving money is anywhere you're netting a ceiling over a staging area or other places where indirect shots are not possible and all you're trying to do is stop strays.
10' of good net, topped with slopped shade netting will be able to prevent any strays from getting into a staging area for example.
The 10' of good stuff has to be able to stop direct point blank shots.
The angled cheap stuff will only ever be subject to falling balls or angled shots fom a good distance.