AB Biller Stainless Steel Professional Speargun, 32″

September 1, 2015 - Comment

The stainless steel speargun is available with the same standard features as its wooden counterpart, including hardened stainless spring steel shaft; hardened stainless spring steel double barb, rockpoint, swivel tip; two 9/16? gun bands; and the redesigned grip and trigger mechanism, with a safety that can be installed to accommodate both right- and left-handed divers.

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The stainless steel speargun is available with the same standard features as its wooden counterpart, including hardened stainless spring steel shaft; hardened stainless spring steel double barb, rockpoint, swivel tip; two 9/16? gun bands; and the redesigned grip and trigger mechanism, with a safety that can be installed to accommodate both right- and left-handed divers.

Product Features

  • Including hardened stainless spring steel shaft
  • Hardened stainless spring steel double barb

Comments

Tyvo says:

This is my fourth AB Biller spear gun. The … This is my fourth AB Biller spear gun. The safety mechanism is very flimsy. The slightest pressure, i.e. me swimming underwater (which isn’t very fast) flips the switch to the FIRE position. Numerous times I looked down to see that the weapon was no longer safe, but inadvertently in the FIRE position. I ended up keeping my finger on the safety at all times to ensure it stayed in the SAFE position. Very disconcerting since I dive and spear with my son. (wouldn’t be such a concern if I was with his mother) Oh by the way, my 3rd AB Biller gun floated away while I wasn’t looking. There probably won’t be a 5th.

Michael says:

I am pretty impressed with the guns ability to withstand my punishment I live on the North Coast of California and I purchased the 24 inch gun for the 2015 Spearfishing season. It is the first gun I have purchased but not the first gun I have used by any means. I decided to go with ABB because of the price and function. So far, I have used the gun on 20 separate hunting days. The gun has continued to preform well considering I beat the hell out of it. I am the kind of guy who, wants to test gear until it fails. For me, a price tag is not only suggested retail but a testament to quality and craftsmanship. I only paid $150 for the gun, I am pretty impressed with the guns ability to withstand my punishment. 

Patricia A. says:

My first speargun. The bands can be a little … My first speargun. The bands can be a little difficult to load at first, but they get easier as you go. Very powerful, but one downside is how flimsy the safety is.

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