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What size bands do I need for my speargun?

The speargun bands are the important component of the speargun used for thrusting the shaft of the speargun via the water at the mark. Changing the number of bands or size of those bands can influence the capacity and strength of the speargun. The brands that offer speargun bands are Cressi, SEAC, Mares, Salvimar and Omer.

Size of the speargun bands

The speargun bands are sized by a diameter which is generally represented either in millimeters or measurements of an inch. The standard measures are 15 mm 8/15”, 17 mm 6/9”, 19 mm 8/10”, and 21 mm 3/5”. The more extensive diameter bands 20 21 mm can hold more strength when stretched, so they are generally utilized for larger spearguns, weightier shafts, and more effective arrangements. Smaller diameter bands are more suitable for smaller spearguns where less strength is required. There are some peculiarities to this conception though.
For instance, some divers relish a single 16 18 mm band on a pit gun because it is fast and comfortable to load and delivers an abundance of strength in a short span. On the other side, many blue water hunters have carried to utilizing numerous 6 8 or more 15 or 17 mm bands relatively than one or two 16 18 mm bands because the shorter diameter bands offer a more steady escape of energy, which restates to a softer shot with low shaft instability. This indicates slight recoil and more significant precision.



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