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bad viz gun

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Mar 20, 2002
im looking for a new gun due to the loss of my last gun that is good for bad viz. Sometimes the viz gets less than 4 feet when im in cali and im looking for a good cheap short gu thats easy and quick to reload. Im thinking either pnuematic or a 50cm omer gun (i really dont like JBL's). any suggestions for a diver in malibu?
There is no 50 cm OMER for power band guns. May be OMER MB 30/71 or Excalibur is good for u.
Ck/out the Deeper blue shop.
They have the Sporasub Black Viper in 55cm for a real good price. I've got the 75cm and like it alot. I'm thinking of getting the 55cm for low vis also.
don't like JBL's huh?

...or don't know enough about them?

Here in No Cal where 4 feet is cause to dive, the JBL Custom is the tool. Relatively cheap so if yo're still learning how not to lose guns, you're not breaking the bank, parts are there to modify them and they'll handle all the grief you want to throw at 'em.
They get my highest endorsement.

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