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Which kind of line to use

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gabbydiver

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Hello all,
I have a 110 cm Picasso carbon spear gun and I would like to know what is the best line to put on the gun? and what is the differences between the types of the lines.

Many thanks.
 

Murat

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try memospec shooting line from picassoamerica. very durable and no need to crimp. Mono with kevlar coated.
 

Jay Styron

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I'd recommend using monofilament. It tangles less than other types of braided lines and is very abrasion resistant. Just go to a fishing supply store. Something around 200# should work fine.
Jay
 
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