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So, Think You Have A Complete Collection? (F/S)

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Damifino, Apr 14, 2010.

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  1. Damifino

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    Riffe Speargun for sale Model E-90. Never fired, Never Wet: $325


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    Posted this on Craigslist today. Patterns a little tight and doesn't have
    much range but it holds up pretty well in bad weather. HA!
     
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    Now, that is cool!
     
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    I figured you guys would get get a kick out of it. I wish I could use it. I sold my boat a few months ago so I won't have many oppertunities to spearfish anymore.
     
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    Have any stories about close calls with long, finny, torpedo shaped objects with mouths full of razor sharp teeth?
     
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    I see that and think of James Bond movies.
     
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    Pat....7.5# is better for anything over 175lbs. lol
     
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    stokinpls said - <i>"Have any stories about close calls with long, finny, torpedo shaped objects with mouths full of razor sharp teeth?"</i>


    It's not the long torpedo shaped ones that are a problem - It's the grey-suits that are attracted to the stringer of speared fish. From some distance, sharks can sense the struggling fish when they've been shot. When they move in, we move out.
     
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    I ran my first 25 with on of those, Using remchester shell I believe...
     
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