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Pneumatic Speargun Carbon Fiber Float

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Aug 22, 2022
Hello friends
We wanted to continue the design and improvements in Pneumatic systems.
Cylinder diameter 40 mm
Width 75mm
Height 48mm
Length 360mm
Lifting force 360 grams


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Most pneumatic spearguns float after the shot as is, the Cyrano 55 does not due to the long snout that appears on those original Cyrano models. Shorter guns don't float, but even the 42cm original Miniministen would float as it had a sealed hollow rear handle. Once the rear handles are left unsealed or are of the two-piece outer sleeve handle over a central tubular column there is no way to create a sealed handle chamber.
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