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Riffe mahogany

pyromallat

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I probably will have a frnd going to the states some time soon.... so i will like him to get me a speargun... so i instantly thought of riffe... its one of the best brands... but still want to keep my bill at 400$ or so
So any thoughts on the mahogany series or even the euro series competitor? Reviews will be very usefull
Thanks, pyro
 

mariusshobo

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Sep 22, 2013
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I had a riffe euro 130 - teak version.
Looks good, trigger is very smooth, handle is good, shaft in hard steel but flopper kind of rough.
Still, in 130 version the stock was bending under band's tension.
Smaller version or mahogany - I do not know.

As an idea, check this guns:
http://www.budakonline.com/
They looks good, price is good but never hold them. So....
 
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Charlie035

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Aug 14, 2018
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I also recommend another wooden speargun brand : atisub (http://www.atisub.com/)
It has one of the strongest and most smooth trigger mechanism that you can buy this low price. It will not get harder when you load from 2x16 mm to 3x18 mm combinations. Also it’s recoil is very low.