The Excalibur 2000 spear gun series is the evolution of Omersub classic Excalibur speargun which was first introduced on the market at the end of the 1990's. There are three different models in this family of spearguns: the Excalibur 2000, the Carbonium and the Carbon Mimetic.
The most important improvement on the Excalibur 2000 spearguns, compared to their predecessor, is certainly the muzzle which has been derived from the aluminum made muzzle developed for the Aluminum speargun.
The muzzle has been reinforced in some parts but has maintained the same basic advantages. Having used Nylon 66 with 50% fiber glass to inject mold this part, we were able to not compromise its structure and still maintain the hydrodynamics of the aluminum made muzzle.
The new muzzle can be used on all spear guns featuring a barrel with an internal diameter of 25.6mm (Omer aluminum barrels) or 25.0 mm (Omer carbon fiber barrels).
The muzzle features a small stainless steel clip inserted in the bottom part. This clip allows the reel line to pass through after shooting, without any interference.
The assembly on the barrel is done with a pin manufactured in a highly technical plastic material called Grivory GV5H. This material allows the pin to be as resistant as metal pin but avoiding the usual oxidation
The triggering mechanism is the classic Omersub Frictionless Release. Thanks to a small wheel working on the trigger, the release of shafts is very smooth and precise. The mechanism also features an automatic line releaser. As an alternative to the automatic system, the line can also be positioned on the bottom of the handle in the more classic crocodile mouth. Finally, the handle also features a guide for plastic and aluminum reels.
The Excalibur 2000 features a 28 mm dia. anodized aluminum barrel in the dimensions indicated. The 82 cm special model features 6.3 mm dia. 125 cm long stainless steel shaft while all the others feature a more classic 6.5 mm dia. stainless steel shaft.
On the barrel, you will find an adjustable plastic shaft guide which is usually positioned closer to the handle, to increase the shooting precision.