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For Sale MAKO Attack Pack Tool Kit is on Sale.

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Mar 22, 2009

Hey Guys,

Time to re-rig your guns!

This week The MAKO Attack Pack Tool Kit is on sale.

Only $44.95

Includes everything you need for rigging your spearguns

Watch the Video linked below showing how to custom make your own bands.

We also have another band-making method featuring the “MAKO Rapid Band Change Wishbones”. Makes adding and removing bands a breeze. Easy on and Easy off!

Wishbone Tying Instructions:

Step 1
Insert the knotted end of the white Dyneema cord through the loop


Step 2
Wrap the white Dyneema cord around the loop, creating a loop in the white Dyneema cord.


Step 3
Insert the knotted ball end into the loop you just created with the white dyneema cord.



Step 4
Pull tight, tightly cinching the white dyneema cord onto the black corded loop knot.

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