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For Sale MAKO: Sale on Attack Pack Toolkit

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Hey guys,

Do you need all the right tools for rigging your speargun? Check out this awesome sale on our Attack Pack Spearfishing Tool Kit!


ONLY $44.95

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Shop Now: https://makospearguns.com/attack-pack-spearfishing-tool-kit/

Tool Kit Includes:


  • Stainless steel crimping tool for crimping your shooting line
  • Wishbone insertion tool for inserting wishbones into latex tubing.
  • Rust proof scissors for cutting latex and line
  • Silicone spray bottle for wishbone insertion
  • Two pairs of pliers for tying constrictor knots (not rust proof)
  • Measuring tape (inches and cm) for measuring latex tubing
  • Lighter for burning line ends
  • Plastic compartment for storing crimps, wishbones and accessories
  • Organized travel case with no rust plastic zipper

Check out the band tying tutorial!



Thanks, guys for taking time to view this.


Dive safe,
dano
 
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I usually pack a heavy-duty plastic bag, in my big plastic dive box, with my tools and spares. Different but remarkably similar to those shown. ;).

Useful, especially when going away for a week . I often use mine but not always. Usually take a spare speargun too ;)
 
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