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I found some of my old spearguns. Enjoy it!
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Mares Bess spring gun, Soviet RPO-4 pneumatic, Nemrod Comando pneumatic and Soviet RPB-1 pneumatic. The Soviet guns are front latchers.

The RPO-4 is actually a copy of the Nemrod Torpedero when it was fitted with a small rear tank, the original gun being a monotube which was also copied by the RPO-2 with a similar layout. The Soviet guns added a green alloy pull rod protector under the barrel as if the pull rod is snagged the gun shoots and swimming through lake vegetation this could be a hazard when poking around with the loaded gun.
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