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Rabitech Stealth

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Miami Blues

New Member
Nov 26, 2007
I have had a new Rabitech stealth 120 now for about 2 weeks.
is the best gun I've ever had. is light and very powerful!

I have to tell you about the super terrifick service that I received from
MY vendor ERIK from SUMORA . You don't find friendly service like this every day!

before I even bought the gun he answered every question I had with knwoledge and patience. (I am New to spear fishing so I had quite a few of them)

I had some issues loading the gun. he walked me thru them again very

He rigged my spears at no charge.Now He is customising the gun for me.

Even after the sale you can count on GREAT SERVICE

You can Contact ERIK at

[email protected]

Us Cell 1 949 310-3393

He is a distributor for Rabytech and Rob Allen!



When all is said and done more will be said less will be done.


Well-Known Member
Sep 17, 2007
yea thats who I ordered all my rabitech equipment from also. Nice guy and very helpful.


New Member
Feb 3, 2007

Edge spearguns (refer to superfrog site) are different in a number of ways compared to your typical railgun. Edge spearguns are manufactured using thicker walled aluminium barrels, 32mm opposed to Rabitechs 28mm. The purpose is to reduce or eliminate barrel flex which can occur when powering up your gun. Tony Heugh owner of Edge spearguns provides Piccaso and Torreli with their 32mm barrels.

If you intend to buy any larger then 120cm i suggest going carbon as aluminium barrels and in particular Rabis are prone to flex.

IMO, the Apex trigger mech, ARC2000 are one of the better designs going around today. Coupled with a great mech is the APEX carbon barrel which has a 2mm thick barrel, again one of the stronger carbon barrels on the market.

Don't get sucked into the RA vs Rabi debate, waste of time.

Miles on this forum is the Rabi expert, if you have any further questions direct it at him.
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