JBL Speargun 19 inch Mini Carbine JBL Spearguns (D5)

August 21, 2015 - Comment

Dont let the price tag fool you, the Carbine series delivers more bang for your buck than anything in its class. Just like its bigger brother, Carbines are constructed of aerospace grade aluminum and feature high-strength stainless shafts and triggers. The Mini is powered by one Hi-Mod band and a low-profile, pistol grip handle that

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Dont let the price tag fool you, the Carbine series delivers more bang for your buck than anything in its class. Just like its bigger brother, Carbines are constructed of aerospace grade aluminum and feature high-strength stainless shafts and triggers. The Mini is powered by one Hi-Mod band and a low-profile, pistol grip handle that makes for easy target acquisition.So, if you want a speargun that will bring home plenty of fish without breaking the bank, the Carbine fits the bill.

Product Features

  • Aircraft grade aluminum. Body measures 16″ without shaft
  • 9/32″ heat treated stainless steel shaft with 6mm integrated barb and point (716-SB)
  • One 8″ x 1/2″ bands (608)
  • Steel trigger mechanism with Integrated safety
  • American Made

Comments

N. MAC says:

Love the gun! But needs some modifications. I bought this to spear lionfish as I dive, and wanted something I could hang out of the way on my BC. The gun is very nice and its length is perfect. But the spear tip it comes with is too blunt for lionfish (which I knew in advance) and I suspect for many other small fish. I tried the spear on some lionfish and it literally bounced off of several of them because the tip is too blunt. I bought a threaded shaft and added a three-pronger tip and now it works great. (The shaft on this model is NOT threaded so you either need to buy a different shaft or buy a threading die and thread the shaft yourself.) Wish JBL had thought of all this! 

Waternut says:

a must have i bought this gun and have used it twice now it packs a pretty hard punch for such a tiny gun, great for murky close range shots very manuverable around rocks and it fits in my camelback which makes it ideal for backpacking in and free diving. only down side i see is the safety is a little stiff which should get better with time, the band is powerful making it dificult to load (still faster loading than a full size gun) and the point it comes with is worthless. this makes my third speargun and it was a good investment i fitted it with a break away tip and havent lost a fish with it.

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