New JBL Super Carbine Speargun (D-8) (AP-350)

September 1, 2015 - Comment

Don’t let the price tag fool you, the “Carbine” series delivers more bang for your buck than anything in its class. The Carbines are constructed of aerospace grade aluminum and feature high-strength stainless shafts and triggers. The Super Carbine is powered by two 1/2 inch bands and a low-profile, pistol grip handle that makes for

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Don’t let the price tag fool you, the “Carbine” series delivers more bang for your buck than anything in its class. The Carbines are constructed of aerospace grade aluminum and feature high-strength stainless shafts and triggers. The Super Carbine is powered by two 1/2 inch bands 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 Super Carbine fits the bill.

Product Features

  • Aircraft grade aluminum body measures 40.5 inches without shaft
  • 9/32 inch heat treated stainless steel shaft with Twin Barb Rockpoint tip (741-SB/ 847-6)
  • Two 22 x 1/2 inch bands (622)
  • Steel trigger mechanism with integrated safety
  • American Made

Comments

Daniel Cantu says:

Very great gun for beginners My very first speargun! Very great gun for beginners, it’s a quite large gun, so you may have a problem loading your bands if you don’t have long arms!

Jason Irvin says:

Really nice for the price range I just started spear fishing and I’m so addicted its not funny!! Had a really cheap, short gun to start with and this one is a monster compared to it. Really good next level gun.

Radasin1984 says:

Ignore the tards and newbs This gun is hard to beat for the price. Have used mine two years now and am only now having to replace the bands. I fish about 30 hours a week in the summer. This has been great for everything from skate, flounder, blackfish, porgie, triggerfish, black sea bass, and of course what we go for in RI striped bass. Can easily take down thirty pounders on two bands with ease. My only suggestion is replacing the line it comes with. A small diameter nylon is cheap (generally around two bucks for twelve feet at any marina shop) and can ensure your shaft and more importantly big fish don’t get off. The safety is very good. So get in the habit off keeping it on until you are going for a fish. And switch it. Then push it again just to be sure. Only time trigger has ever jammed on me is when I did not fully press the safety. Enjoy.

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