AB Biller 24in Snubnose Speargun- Mahogany for Scuba Diving and Spearfishing

September 1, 2015 - Comment

The A.B. Biller Sea Hornet, built in the U.S.A. and in use all over the world, has proven itself as the foremost production speargun on today’s market. The stainless steel trigger mechanism is unsurpassed in reliability and smooth action. The high grade gooved mahogany barrel provides pinpoint accuracy, easy underwater maneuverability due to its neutral

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The A.B. Biller Sea Hornet, built in the U.S.A. and in use all over the world, has proven itself as the foremost production speargun on today’s market. The stainless steel trigger mechanism is unsurpassed in reliability and smooth action. The high grade gooved mahogany barrel provides pinpoint accuracy, easy underwater maneuverability due to its neutral buoyancy and absorbs 80% of the firing noise the gun will create.

Product Features

  • Mahogany Barrel
  • 24″ shaft, 30″ overall length
  • Stainless Trigger Assembly

Comments

Rob "roberie" says:

Poor experience at an expense Dixie Divers shipped the spear gun in a cardboard box with little to no protection. The tip had pierced the box and was chipped and bent. I spoke with Steve at Dixie Divers and he seemed willing to address the issue. Requested that I return the spear for review. I requested reimbursement for the shipping with no reply, never received reimbursement for the shipping. This increased the cost by $12.50, making the cost greater than going to my local dive shop where I could see the product and get a new condition spear gun. To my surprise I received the same spear and tip. Steve insisted that they replaced the tip even though the tip still wobbles around the center of the spear. Since the intention of a spear gun is to be used underwater the wobble will influence the flight of the spear. I saw no wobble on the tip of the spear gun, same make and model, at my local dive shop. Steve stood by the statement that the tip was within specifications and would kill a fish, so can a bent…

M. Yeomans "MrMartini" says:

A serious step up into serious spearfishing After years of spearfishing with hand spears and Hawaiian slings I decided it was time to step up to a “serious” speargun. I was planning a 5-day trip to the Florida Keys and started doing my research. 

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