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Best entry level speargun

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SigCool

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I'm looking for feedback about a few entry level spearguns. I'll be mainly hunting around wrecks, so I'm looking at the 42" models.

a) AB Biller
b) Rhino Classic
c) JBL
 

Fert

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Sep 11, 2003
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Sorry Sig, I don't have any feedback for these guns, but if anybody tested the Sporasub Black Viper, please let us know. The price of this gun is so affordable.
 

SpearoPimp

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i would def pick the biller over the JBL. don't know about the rhino classic. my first gun was a biller special (wood) and i think they are great. very easy and quick to reload.
 
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