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JBL Elite 38-Special 35.75 Inch Speargun


JBL Elite 38-Special 35.75 Inch Speargun

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    Manufacturer: JBL
    Product Code: 4D38E

    Category: Band Spearguns
    MSRP Price: $300.00
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    Sale Price:$279.00



    Product Code: 4D38E
    JBL Elite 38-Special 35.75 Inch Speargun

    A speargun that’s fast, quiet, accurate. -Joe

    JBL Elite 38-Special 35.75 Inch Speargun Description:

    Looking for a speargun that's fast, quiet, accurate and affordable♠ Put your hands on the Elite. Based off JBL's trusted Magnum grip and trigger mechanism, the Elites feature hardened, 17-4 ph stainless shafts, shark-fin sling tabs and a top flopper with 5/16" pointed thread. Shoot Tahitian-style or remove the flopper and screw on one of our break-away tips for large gamefish. Bands are Hi-Mod 5/8" O.D. with abrasion resistant, spectra cord wishbones. Available in African mahogany or aerospace grade alloy, the Elites deliver precision accuracy in all conditions and feature the legendary JBL performance and durablility that has made JBL a world leader for over 35 years.

    Welded Shark Fin loading tabs and high-strength mono shock line are just a few "Custom Gun" features found on Elite Series spearguns.

    The Elites deliver precision accuracy in all conditions and feature the legendary JBL performance and durability that has made them a world leader for over 35 years.

    JBL Elite 38-Special 35.75 Inch Speargun Key Features:

    • Shaft: 34" x 5/16"
    • Slings: Two #316E Bands
    • Reach: 14 ft
    • Floatation: No

    JBL Elite 38-Special 35.75 Inch Speargun Sizes:

    • 35.75 Inches

    JBL Elite 38-Special 35.75 Inch Speargun Color(s):

    • Blue

    JBL Elite 38-Special 35.75 Inch Speargun Specifications:

    • Weight: 2.55 lbs.

    JBL Elite 38-Special 35.75 Inch Speargun Style:

    • Band / Aluminum

    JBL Elite 38-Special 35.75 Inch Speargun Materials:

    • Aluminum

    JBL Elite 38-Special 35.75 Inch Speargun Tech Tip:

    Joe recommends using a Fisherman's knot to connect your spearline. Always follow the speargun, spear and line manufacturer's knot recommendations.



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