Cressi Saetta PRO
Called the Saetta for a reason! This is a totally sweet new pneumatic from Cressi Sub.

Speargun Size


Product Description

This speargun features a special offset, hermetically sealed muzzle (also reffered to as a vacuum muzzle) enabling the shaft to be loaded without flooding the interior of the barrel. The result is much more quiet and efficient peformance compared to the traditional wetbarrel pneumatic. In many cases, vacuum muzzle pneumatic spearguns can deliver 30% more energy to the spear on the same pressure as a tradtional wet barrel.

Comes with a power reducer. A power reducer is a brilliant feature which allows the gun to be turned into a low power mode. This low power mode is perfect for extreme close range shots and it also activates a check valve in the power regulator block, which means the gun can be loaded in seperate bursts. This makes loading an absolute piece of cake for those starting out. The grip handle set at a special angle facilitates aiming and control. It is soft and white coloured to facilitate locating the gun on the seafloor.

40mm outer diameter barrel with an Internal barrel diameter of 13 mm with an extreme offset. Partner this with cressi subs aiming stripe and brilliant v sight - aiming this speargun is very intuitive.

Vacuum Muzzle Pneumatic Spearguns with their extreme operating efficiency and stored energy can produce ludicrous amounts of power on the spear from just a quick single load, hence gun size should be treated differently.

 *Note , these Pneumatic speargun sizes are measured from handle grip to tip of muzzle

The 70cm model is a very compact small speargun , but packs an incredible punch for its size and It has absolutely no problem shooting 3-4 wraps of shooting line at max pressure. This size pneumatic speargun was achieving the same penetration as a single band 110cm railgun at factory pressure.

The 88cm model is perfect for those looking to get a solid downsize a speargun from the usual 100-110cm railgun and still want the full peformance of the typical twin band 110cm speargun.

The 110cm model is perfect for those wanting a range monster for most shore diving and still want a compact choice! This speargun is only a mere few cm bigger than a RA 90cm. This speargun was a real show stopper when it came to penetration. For such a small speargun, it had absolutely no bussiness shooting as powerful as it did. It bested a twin bank 110cm inverted roller, a salvimar hero 115cm and a riffe euro 110cm by a significant margin. Once sufficient loading technique is acheived, this speargun with 3 wrap of shooting line can be reliably reloaded in 14 second from spear shot to spear loaded.

*please note, with the 110cm speargun if you are shorther than 5 ft 10" , you will likely need an extention loader. Contact us for more info!

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