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Though I did a fine job storing my rifle in every way I can think of, my Nine Ball bucking managed to degrade enough to get a bit of a split. I normally use heavy BB's (~.4) and shoot very hot (though sometimes I reduce FPS for a field). I've noticed there's been an increase in manufacturers' disclosure of specifics- 70, 75, 80 degree hardness? Does anyone know the durometer (I think that's the hardness measurement being used here...) of Nine Ball bucking? What should I know about hardness in reference to bucking? Or is there a certain company which just has a better reputation I should go with, regardless of numbers? Thanks!