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JaniK

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Hello all at DeeperBlue - it's my firtsquestion-threadat here.

Blue Green -Spearguns?
Have anyone have experienced or tried these spearguns - hardly anything in web about these?
I'm very interested from found:
- Apnneapassion was giving good points for Falcon -odel couple of years ago - specially for handle/trigger completely
- handle could be good for shorter finger user??? - (convertional guns trigger many times too far)
- Product looks very-well designed even can look to have slightly ruough finnishing
- manufacturer and supplier reply propmtly to questions about product
- Green blue found to be available lately as well from States from dealer

In my case:
- razor polyspast 115 looks awesome tool what I'm Iooking for my job:
I'm technical guy, optonal extra maintenance does not matter if capability god.
- Planned place to be used: USA Bluffton SC/Savannah GA, Navy Towers/open water - no experience from area yet - what you think about idea?



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JaniK

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Hi
Just receive answer for question about trigger distance: 56-58mm
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Just to compare - couple or railguns where at least I can not reach to trigger without bending wrist:
-Seatec airone carbon rail gun same distance 74mm when loaded (I just measured today)
-Pathos d'angelo II/III should be exactly same at genuine (regarding information in other threads where people modify the very distance shorter)
 

mariusshobo

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Never used it but looks good to me: sound bands setup, nice anatomic handle, carbon fiber under the barrel for extra rigidity, slim barrel, ball bearings in the pulleys ...
This is (I guess) 1000 + USD gun and in the absence of an objective review, I would try it before buy it. Maybe you can arrange with the dealer.
For inspiration, take a look on Neptunus Spearguns - also wooden invert made in Greece - same league with the Razor.
 

denmyos

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I have the blue green open falcon 75cm.
Very nice gun, light, and good balance, but a little hard to load.
 

jojo888

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Hi
Just receive answer for question about trigger distance: 56-58mm
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Just to compare - couple or railguns where at least I can not reach to trigger without bending wrist:
-Seatec airone carbon rail gun same distance 74mm when loaded (I just measured today)
-Pathos d'angelo II/III should be exactly same at genuine (regarding information in other threads where people modify the very distance shorter)
HI,I am interested with it as well.Could you please give me an advice for connect with float line? Is there a hole at bottom of handle grip?Thanks.
 
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