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  1. spearq8
    08-27-2017 07:51 PM
    spearq8
    Hmm ... good question ... problem would be that the OB is a pinned trigger and the roller trigger is a leaf trigger. I prefer a leaf trigger as you can add and remove mini washers to get the absolute perfect shaft fit. Perfect shaft fit to track means the shaft will not jump down to the track and cause shaft instability. Maybe better is just to use the new OB trigger with back side line release.

    As for Seal, yeah he is just dishonest and you are not the first to tell me that. I know several guys who also thought they were getting something very powerful. His 9m test was total BS. In my testing the gun had less power than a 2 banded classic gun of the same size ... but shot much lower. And you have Jon (who has never ever seen or tried a Seal gun) perpetuating and encouraging the lies. Sorry you had to go through that and wish I had put out my test earlier. Best of luck!
  2. doggiestyle
    08-26-2017 09:56 PM
    doggiestyle
    Hi spearQ8
    Can you tell me if the new ermessub roller trigger mech would fit into my Bleutec oceanborn which is about 4 years old.
    Also I'm sorry to see all the crap you've had to put up with due to comments on the seal gun....a gun which I have in 1.1 mt and it is also a huge disappointment in regards to a shocking trigger,the cost and no where near the claimed power in fact my 105 raptor would piss all over it...anyway I've put it down to a learning experience to not believe all the hype a gun designer may tell you!!
    Anyway if you could let me know if the trigger would fit and where to source them from it would be most appreciated.
    Thank you
    Andy
    New Zealand
  3. doggiestyle
    06-04-2013 02:57 AM
    doggiestyle
    Hi Spearq8
    My name is Andy and I am from New Zealand
    I have read some of your posts in regards to the Aballen spearguns and are wondering if you would mind sharing your thoughts on them.
    In NZ we normally are shooting kingfish and snapper and use RA guns either 120 or 130cm and they are more than adequate for this.Each year I travel to Indo and spearfish and use a RA 140 or an Ulusub 145 rear handle,both guns have been ok for shooting doggies,spanish jobfish etc but do have a bit of felt recoil and muzzle whip.
    After reading what info I can on the Aballen guns I am pretty keen on the Denton 130 and would appreciate your thoughts on the suitability of this gun from reef to bluewater spearing as you seem to have a good knowledge of these guns.
    I have also asked greekdiver for his thoughts.
    Thanks for any advice you may have
    Cheers
    Andy

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