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Passive linesbros with snag protection!

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Zahar

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I would like to bring to your attention an improved passive linesbros with protection against snagging in reeds and debris during the reverse movement of the gun! The flag is cocked and remaining cocked, it is closed with a 1mm stainless steel shutter! The clamping force of the flag is regulated by the butt cap plug by compressing the rubber washer! Between the rubber washer and the stainless steel 1mm fluoroplastic washer for sliding!
 

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popgun pete

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Usually a forward facing metal clip will do, but not much good for multiple line loops as you cannot pull as you wind them on as they unclip with little tension.
 
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