I've been running it for about 8 months now. I played with one of Chris' bags at a PRS match in Montana and decided to swap out the fill in my Gamechanger.
Really liked it, so then I swapped out my BLAMM bag. At this point I'm thinking it's the way to go. Its money in my BLAMM, the weight reduction is fantastic with no loss of performance versus heavy fill beads.
@Mxridr I'm running it in my udder bag you should try it out next match... the weight savings is incredible but as you know I've likely got the lightest rifle being run in our club match (13lbs) light rifle and light bag hasn't been the most stable combination in some situations . Still a fantastic product
I have been practicing with my GC filled with Getlite for a couple weeks and can not say I miss the weight. I think there may be just some extra security feel when holding it, but when I plop it on the barricade and mount the rifle I can not say i miss the heavy. I know my pack feels better.
I bought some fill from a company called SpexLite and it is their 5125 fill. I bought enough to do a large GC, but haven't bought a large GC yet. Going to get a waxed OG GC to try it in. I am running a mini GC and like the stability of the heavy fill. If this stiff is legit, I will probably get another mini waxed GC to put it in for a lighter hunting bag.
I too liked the weight savings ( bought a GC with Git Lite fill ) but just not the same stability as the heavy bags. I normally go between the Waxed GC, Waxed MFC and Pint sized GC. To me there’s quite a difference compared to the light weight fill. The Only way I can describe it as a more jumpy wobble with the Git-Lite. With the heavy sand what movement I have just feels slower and not as bouncy. Know that sounds silly but it just appears as a different kind of wobble on barricades. So for me I’m still hauling my Waxed GC and Waxed MFC.