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Cressi Star SL Speargun
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Cressi Star SL (Pneumatic), Air Speargun

Unlimited Shots - no need to re-pump.

Pneumatic spearguns work on compressed air in a sealed barrel chamber. The spear is placed in the top of the barrel and using a T-shapped loading tool (included), the diver forces the spear down the barrel compressing the trapped air within even further until clicking into the trigger mechanism. Upon firing a rapid expansion of air drives the spear out from the barrel.  

A speacilized pump is included to adjust pressure setting for easier loading or more performance.

  • 40cm
  • 50cm
  • 70cm
  • 47cm total length
  • 5/16" threaded spear shaft
  • Double flopper mako spear head
  • T-shapped loader handle
  • Nylon shooting line
  • Pump (for altering power per personal preference)

Servicing the air, speargun includes changing the oil and o'rings and is adviced once every 1 - 2 years.

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The Cressi sub sl star you have for sale, does this one have the pressure regulator switch? Please let me know as soon as possible, thanks

Hey there, unfortunately the Sl Star does not come with the pressure regulator switch. Regards, Extreme Spearfishing

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