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Picasso Twin

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Jan 16, 2002
Has anyone tried this gun ? Guess it would have to be rigged with a breakaway . Could use something like this , In the past have speared with two guns , specially when the queen mackerel (scomberomorus plurilineatus ) are running . Tends towards pandemonium , mayhem and serious knitting ... ;)
abri, i was wondering the same thing when i saw it. i imagine a breakaway system would be a major pain to use, because of tangles and such. for safety shots i would feel more comfortable using another gun. i do find the design and concept interesting though!
Hi LJF , I am not too concerned with putting a second shot in the same fish , rather getting two in quick succession . Our queen mackerel come through in their hundreds but are on their bicycles , so not much time to waste . That's why I would want a breakaway .
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Originally posted by Abriapnea
Tends towards pandemonium , mayhem and serious knitting ... ;)

is that around the braai when they are alomst done? that is one tasty fish!
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