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Spear trigger and grip

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dqsis

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Dear friends...

This is a design (made by Solid Works) of a wooden speargun I am trying to construct.

I know that it looks really rough and non-hydrodynamic, but for the time being I must keep in mind a simple and easy way to construct it.

My biggest question is the trigger and the grip.

Is it a good idea to use a whole grip from an old speargun (and is this possible?)

or

should I buy the parts and figure out how to bring them together?

In the second situation, is it possible to provide me with some tips or information? (where to buy the parts, what exactly I need etc)

Thanks! Have Fun

DQ
 

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dqsis

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> Glad you copywrote that design...God knows it's revolutionary..

I know that it looks really rough and non-hydrodynamic, but for the time being I must keep in mind a simple and easy way to construct it.
 
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mishu1984

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you can also buy parts from AB Biller. They sell top notch products and have gret service if you can find a service center...

good luck
 
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