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Reef Guns

Made of all teak and come in a variety of styles and lengths.
  1. Rear Handle models are the traditional style for those that enjoy the ease and quickness of loading from the hip.
  2. Mid-Handle are for those divers that want extra maneuverability for easy tracking of fish.
  3. Rear-Plus version provides the maximum rubber pull of a mid-handle gun (due to the rear location of the trigger) with the reach of a rear handle gun.
  4. Enclosed track guns are laminated teak, weighted for buoyancy and balance. The enclosed track houses a delrin enclosed insert to provide stability.
  5. The new Semi-enclosed track Free Shafter is for those who want a quick loading freeshaft gun. Loading takes 1/2 the time which can gain more bottom time.
These guns are designed to use 2-3 bands and a 9/32" shaft...special order guns can accommodate 5/16" shaft.
48 inchReef - Enclosed Track Mid Handle
"Florida Freeshafter"
9/32" diam $754.00
Length: 48"
Shaft Size: 58"
Band Length: 24",25" X 9/16" or 5/8"
55 inchReef - Enclosed Track Mid Handle
"Florida Freeshafter"
9/32" diam $805.00
Length: 55"
Shaft Size: 63" X 7mm Barbed
Band Length: 26",27" X 5/8"
48 inchReef - NEW Semi-Enclosed Track9/32" diam $754.00
Length: 48"
Shaft Size: 58"
Band Length: 24",25" X 9/16" or 5/8"
55 inchReef - NEW Semi-Enclosed Track9/32" diam $805.00
Length: 55"
Shaft Size: 63" X 7mm Barbed
Band Length: 26",27" X 5/8"
57 inchReef - Enclosed Track
"MG Special" ( Alexander Muzzle)
5/16" diam Currently Unavailable.
Length: 57"
Shaft Size: 63" Barbed X 7.5mm
61" Threaded X 7.5mm
Band Length: 27",28",29" X 9/16"
  1. Gun sizes are measured from end of spear gun to tip of muzzle.
  2. Band lengths do not include wishbones. Optimum wishbone lengths are 4" for guns under 60", 6" for Blue Water
  3. Using more bands then listed can be dangerous with increased recoil. Use recommended shafts and number of bands for each spear gun.



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Tuesday, October 17, 2017
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