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Rob Allen Sparid Railgun
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Product Description

Original Sparid model with current vectra 2.9 trigger mech 

Barrel sizes:
  • 1000mm  
  • 1100mm 
  • 1200mm 
  • 1300mm 
Reliable, robust, accurate and long lasting Rob Allen Railguns are well represented by the Sparid model.  This is the middle of the pack model and by far the most popular. Add a second rubber or increase the diameter to 18mm or 19mm for more power.  Sparid Speargun sizes span from 90cm - 150cm. Suitable for both inshore reef hunting or offshore bluewater pelagic hunting. The massive world wide Rob Allen fan base will tell you, the RA Sparid is the best alround model speargun available today. And for very good reason. These spearguns are tried and tested by our employees in both local waters and abroad and can vouch for their reliability, excellent build quality and accuracy.

Key Specs:
  • 7mm twin notch oil quenched spring steel shaft point and flopper
  • 16mm RA rubber with dyneema cord bridle
  • 2nd rubber option
  • Track spanning full length of barrel
  • Vectra 2.9 ergo handle / mech  (the most recent edition RA mech with full life time warrantee and free replacement if warn out for life).
  • Loading butt  (new)
  • Shockcord bungee
  • 400lb shooting line
  • 100mm SS shark clip
  • Lifetime warranty on this speargun when registering this product online for free. 5 year standard warranty


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does this gun come with a loading butt or there an option to have this included

Hey there, yes the Rob Allen Sparid now comes with a loading butt as standard. If you wish, you can request to have the loading butt removed as some people prefer it without. Regards, Extreme Spearfishing

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