OK guys, here is a question for you. In my engineering mind I consider % elongation to be calculated by: (draw length-static length)/static length*100. As an example and with an unrealistic setup to keep it simple, if my static was 10" and my draw was 20" that is 100% elongation in my book.
However, I think most people are considering %elongation to be the ratio of draw to static, so in this example they would say 20/10*100 = 200%
I know it may be semantics, but it makes a big difference and may be misleading to someone new.
Is the general consensus among the slingshot community to use the ratio and consider this the elongation?