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Good looking wooden euro

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GilbertG.

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Stumbled across this while biting into my spam musubi...

Anyone own or know these guns?

GIMAN

These guns are beautiful! This is the work of a true craftsman. My compliments to the builder. They appear to be functional with all the elements of a good speargun. He apparently isn't paying himself enough because he should be charging at least $650 for these spearguns. I would lay down that kind of money for a piece like this. I would estimate at least 30 hours of work put into each gun. About 5 hours on the handle alone.

One drawback, its too pretty to be beating it up in the sun, saltwater, and sand. It's more like an heirloom piece of furniture that should be mounted on a wall above a fireplace. (This is a compliment by the way).
 

peskydor

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Very pretty. Makes my gun look like a club. Old fashioned clip for line release. The trigger guard is a classic 'French curve' reminiscent of Italian shot guns. The rubber bands have steel loops set into the rubber. The bridle is tied between the loops. Looks to be a good idea. The spear track of the Dentex looks conventional, Riffe type pin to secure shooting line over muzzle.
 
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