For example the cloroplast armor Dale recommends.
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cloroplast will not work. It splits and cracks and will have to be replaced after a game or two.
I use 1/4" thick POLYCARBONATE TWIN WALL (the stuff they make safety goggles out of). They use it for pool enclosures, greenhouse roofs, etc. It will take hail, and a hopper of 300 fps paintballs at 4 inches without a crack or split.
Saw a few posts about Super Screen. All second hand info here. They were happy with it in the posts. Also some pics of it installed very baggy and loosely on the frame. The picture also had a LOT of paint breaks on it suggesting to me that it did not have much bounce factor. I think it is a kevlar type material. If so, it would have very little stretch in it. I would mount it on 6"-8" 1/8" dia bunji cord on each corner. Let that work like a trampoline.
yep, pet screen I ordered never got into my tank. The mesh was too fine and I just couldn't see out of it adequately.
I might have a solution to your glare issue. Had a simular issue using paintball netting. When the sun was on it the glare was very annoying. I noticed where I had spray painted it with camo olive and brown did not have the glare. So I did a very LIGHT spray with flat black inside and out and solved the problem. Might work for you but with that fine mesh, it would be easy to wind up with drips and errors so test your technique on a sample or where it won't hurt.