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No need to restore as it's still up... The guns look great, I just didn't like the trigger mech:blackeye And so to restore the pride of Spain,
There is a "roller-frenzy" going on. Seems like it is the way-to-go gun for every DYI, artisan or major industrial gun builder. Omer too is launchin it's own Cayman roller: Omersub CAYMAN E.T. SpeargunLooks cool. Is there a revival in roller-guns going on, or did they never go away?
Anybody use a roller-gun? What did you think? (I recall that Foxfish made at least one.)
Well there is absolutely no doubt what the gun is for now with all the patent info available. I see that the gun you purchased ended up in a tackle shop display. I saw one hanging just out of reach in a tackle and sports store and was intrigued by it, but the store owner was not very interested in talking about it and had no intention of selling it. The gun was brand new and completely unused, probably being only recently unpacked that Christmas as that is when I saw it in 1976/77.