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Seac sting


New Member
Apr 16, 2012
cape town
for entry level spear fishing the seac certainly does a good job in terms of accuracy especially wehn used in shallow water


New Member
Jun 12, 2014
Sorry for leaving a comment now, but I am new to this forum (first sign in - today) and I have a problem with my 65cm seac-sting speargun. yesterday, I bought an elastic band (50cm length and 14mm thick) and a wishbone to install it on my speargun. This means that the result will be a 'rounded' band inserted in the muzzle and another band (which was there when I bought it) = total of two bands.
Now, the problem is that when I load both bands, the shaft shoots itself as soon as I 'clip' the second wishbone. Can someone explain me what is the problem? (Hope that it is not a speargun which can only have one band, because the muzzle would be a waste)


New Member
Apr 28, 2016
South Africa/Dubai
Howzit. You can say what you will but I just shot a nice size barracuda dead as dead and it died instantly. This was shot with a stock standard sting 55. I didn't even have the sharp screw-on tip with me at that time so it was like using a round flat tip shaft. My supervisor is forcing me to post this as it is his gun.
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