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beuchat marlin oceania 120

Thread Status: Hello , There was no answer in this thread for more than 60 days.
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I wanted to know how the speargun functions at reef.
And should the rubber bands be replaced because they are 17mm to 14.5.
And should the shaft be replaced because it is not quality according to what I have read in the specification.
or its ok speargun for the stock?
It is a an overall good quality pipe gun (good trigger, good handle, good muzzle and reel). Mine was 130 cm or 120, can't remember exactly. Anyway, with the 7 mm shaft it has negative buoyancy and therefore not very good for reef hunting.
On the reef - and I am talking Med Sea - a 130cm 6.5mm spear will cover most of the situations. If there is a lot of hole hunting and still want some range, then 120cm spear.
As for the bands, try some combinations and find your sweet spot.
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