Hello to all. I am looking for a new speargun but not sure what to pick so I was hoping that you guys could help me out. First let me state that I do not have a lot of money to spend on a gun because I am a college student and most of my money goes to paying for school and books. Now that I got that out of the way here is what I am looking for, I am looking for a gun that can take long shots (a max of about 20' give or take a foot or two), a gun that is relatively cheap, a gun that is accurate, and that is not that much of a pain in the *** to load. I was looking at the Rob Allen site and I liked what I saw but I don't know much about these guns. I was thinking of the 1.3m railgun with a 7mm shaft but I don't know what the range would be for this gun with this diameter shaft. I might consider the 1.4m railgun but would prefer the 1.3m gun because it is a little shorter. I don't plan on shooting any tunas or other large blue water fish but I would like to use the gun to shoot cobias, grouper, snapper, and big cudas for when I need shark bait. I am a pretty good shot but not a good stalker (working on it) so the extra range would really help me right now. If I get the Rob Allen should I go with the 2 band muzzle or the 1 band muzzle? I have also read in other sites that the Rob Allen guns in the sizes I mentioned are very hard to load; is this true? I do A LOT of shooting during the day while diving so I can't have a gun that I won't be able to load after about 6 times. I am 6' tall and weigh about 210 pounds and would consider myself strong so I don't know if this will have anything to do with me being able to load the gun or not. If any of you have any suggestions on a different gun or about these guns or any tips at all, I would love to hear them. Sorry for the long post but I have been trying to find a new gun for a while now (my 70cm pneumatic isn't cutting it any more) but I can't seem to decide. I did email the people at Florida Freedivers about sending my a catalogue with price but I haven't received it yet. Any help would be very appreciated.