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Imersion Concept T4 115 vs Picasso Century

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Huan

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Welcome Eric
Firstly Better for what purpose?
For general use I have a Picasso Century 90cm and it has taken the vast majority of my fish.
I have given it serious abuse and it is still going strong.
More info required.

H
 
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ericd

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Hi MR H :cool: , i need it for free dive, med sea conditions,i dont have
to use a reel, o yes Im after the amber jacks.
and in my country Picasso guns dont have a good rep
they say that the gun is shooting by it self some times.
(i hear to many storys)???
thanks , eric.
 

Huan

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Hmm jacks huh?
I would be looking for a little bit more grunt than either of these.
The only time the Picasso fired by itself was when I used the safety (usually never) and pulled the trigger gun didn't fire but when I released the safety *BANG* it went off.
Have you thought about Rob Allen? Good for slightly larger size fish than the guns you mentioned.
or Perhaps Rabitech?
they are both worth a look and because they have rails you can power them up without losing too much accuracy.
 

ericd

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i think that Rob Allen guns are superb ,
but ... no servise for them in israel
 

Murat

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restiricted with these two model or you can have other options too??
 

Huan

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Eric
What service do you need when you have the web?
You can get any parts you may need online.
Plus you can tie your own bands.
I can't think of what other service items you will need.

Huan
 

portinfer

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Sorry to get on my hobby horse ...
Have you considered wooden guns ?

The Italians make some pretty nice guns. (Totemsub - Dapiran - Gimansub - Abellan etc)

Might be worth looking at these.

Alot of them are rail guns too. (if not all of them)
Just an idea !
Ed

(Perhaps a 110cm wooden gun like the Totemsub Tahiti 110 ?)

http://www.totemsub.it/
http://www.totemsub.it/english/tahiti\tahiti.htm
http://www.dapiran.it/
http://www.abellansub.com/
http://www.gimansub.it/ (Dentex 110 if you have cash to burn !)
 

Murat

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same priced :blackeye

in the galery section the guy has a picture with Dapiran, so probably he has some type of affiliation with him.
 

alexanderXP

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i will buz m self a T4 150!!!and i hope it will be fine!!!does somebody know what range will it have??
 
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