Would someone here with an accurate scale weigh a good length of this, so there is no question about rounding error influencing the measurement in a major way?
Say 30 feet (or more) on a weight-weenies gram scale accurate to a gram. (Accurate to a gram, not reading out in gram units.)
No inference, please, and no reference to manufacturer's / seller's spec sheet, (where .1 lb per hundred feet could be as much as .149 lb rounded down. That's 49% heavier.)
I think this is important, because Dynaglide has a break strength which brings many here to use it, and more to be attracted by some claims such as the one from Samson on its weight per length.
I'm not asking its diameter. With hollow braid rope, that is truly a nominal dimension. Just an accurate (and hopefully unbiased) measurement of the weight per unit length.
If personal anecdotes matter. I have some 8-strand Spectra sold to me as 1/8", but which is no heavier, by weight / length than Amsteel Blue 7/64". The Spectra is uncoated, (NOS) new old stock , and maybe as strong per weight as Amsteel. But, just as the difference between 7/64" and 1/8" (nominals) is just 1/64", the breaking strength difference between them is 800 lb, consistent with the larger line packing 50% more yarn into a length than the smaller line. And I think this Spectra has a much lower strength than the seller still insists on believing.