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Omer quitting Pneumatic Spearguns

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simy696

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I have seen them sell for 150 bucks in 90 cm and 80 cm in recent times to get rid of them, so at that price it is a good deal. There are better guns, but they don't often get that low. The AIR XXII is probably the best of them, but is equipped with a tiny speartip which may be worth replacing as it has very short floppers.
150$us i presume i can get1 for 279$ausie dollars probly equates to the same. are speartips easy to find and mix and match?
 

popgun pete

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I bought my Sporasub One Air from them and they had no trouble shipping to Australia only a month or so back. I only bought it because it was cheap.
Actually make that 4 months back, I just checked.
 

popgun pete

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Adreno has the 90 cm for AUD 299 and shipping is 15 dollars. It was Adreno that had them down to 150 for a few days, then went back to 299.
Buying from them you will receive it in a few days. From them it will be in its original box.
 

popgun pete

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That is a very short gun and really only good for holes and close up work. This being an Omer thread it is better to look at the respective thread for those guns. Buy a gun for the situation that you want to use it in rather than the price. There are not huge differences between pneumatic guns as basically they are a piston travelling in a pipe surrounded by an air tank, but handles suit some people more than others and the ability to wave the gun around. The Airbalete family was conceived to woo band gun users to switch to pneumatics by having a similar profile and sighting line, however it was more an approximation rather than a direct replacement. For that they will have to buy a “Dreamair”, and have plenty of money.
 
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