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About Cressi Comanche Speargun

Special, anti-corrosion aluminum tubes eliminate any bending of the barrel, even on the long models. Extremely modern, new generation thermoplastics guarantee very light and non-deformable point and handgrip, for incredible firing precision. The highly compact, hydrodynamic point makes it possible to lower the positioning of the bands, in order to optimize the forward thrust and guarantee perfect visibility and rapid and precise aiming at the same time. Very gentle shaft release system, ring for the line, sternal support for reloading, dovetail triggering for the reel, the possibility of choosing from a number of different model bands, are just some of its fantastic features. The standard bands are black, highly reactive and quick, with a diameter of 16 mm

The Cressi Comanche Speargun is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Casual/ Recreational among others. The Cressi Comanche Speargun is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Cressi Comanche Speargun: Accurate, Durable, Fast, Good Range, Lightweight, Low Recoil.

Warranty Information

This product has a limited warranty of 12 months.

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Cressi Comanche Speargun Features

  • The angled hand grip insures precise accuuracy and incorporates four line release
  • A butt extension allows for fast and easy loading
  • An anatomical muzzle perfectly aligns the shaft between the handgrip and muzzle insuring exceptional accuracy
  • The muzzle allows for the addition of a perfectly aligned second band
  • Extra-reactive bands are used to provide optimum speed and power

Cressi Comanche Speargun Specifications

Total Length:
39.5In.
Shaft Length:
36In.
Number Of Slings:
One.
Range:
Approx. 15Ft.
Available in the Following Sizes:
100cm, 110cm, 60cm, 75cm, 90cm
Weight [with packaging]
60cm: 2.05 lb,
75cm: 2.3 lb,
90cm: 2.45 lb,
100cm: 2.7 lb,
110cm: 2.75 lb
Mfr #
SKU
CSBCS

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Cressi Comanche Speargun
 
4.3

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88%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Accurate (8)
  • Fast (6)
  • Good range (6)
  • Lightweight (6)
  • Durable (5)

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Close to shore (3)
    • Small prey (3)
      • Reviewer Profile:
      • Casual/ recreational (4)
      • Was this a gift?:
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    5.0

    Great speargun

    By Dan

    from North carolina

    About Me Advanced

    Pros

    • Accurate
    • Durable
    • Fast
    • Good Range
    • Lightweight
    • Low Recoil

    Cons

      Best Uses

        Comments about Cressi Comanche Speargun:

        The 75cm comanche is my go to speargun for 90 percent of the spearfishing that I do. It's durable, very accurate, and easy to use. I would not recommend using multiple bands on it, you will lose accuracy. Keep the tip sharp with a file, take your time to work on a precise shot, and you should enjoy this speargun very much. If you are hunting clearer waters go with a longer gun. If you are hunting big fish, you may want to look at the cressi pacific speargun. I really like that cressi still makes their products in Italy. Enjoy

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        3.0

        Limited range - entry level

        By shinyhalo

        from Pensacola. FL

        About Me Beginner

        Pros

        • Lightweight
        • Low Recoil

        Cons

        • Poor Range

        Best Uses

        • Small Prey

        Comments about Cressi Comanche Speargun:

        Pro The trigger is easy to pull, probably due to the euro design

        Pro It seems possible to add a second rubber band loosely through the hole in the front because there are two wishbone slots on the spear. This might increase the range. However, there are zero factory recommendations about how to do this...like what length and strength of rubber band to use.

        Con Range. The maximum range I have been able to push the flapper through a fish is only about 6 feet from the end of the speargun. I have hit fish beyond that range and there isn't enough force to push the flapper through so they escape with a hole in their side.

        Con After only 6 times at sea the trigger no longer springs back forward after a shot. I have to manually pull it forward and then the spear can lock into place again. It's scary and make me wonder if it will break down even more. There seems to be no way to open and grease the trigger mechanism.

        Con The bracing stem that goes against your chest is from hell. It has ridges to keep it from slipping, but all they do is create painful points. Besides, I had to duct tape a pad to it so it's slippery anyway now. The only real solution I can see is to increase the size of the brace and leave it flat texture.

        Con No replaceable speartip.

        Con I keep hearing that the metal wishbone is more dangerous than the strong thread called spectra. It seems the latter would be cheaper for the factory to install.

        Con The flapper ruins the aerodynamics of the spear by protruding out so far from the shaft.

        Modifications I use fishing monofilament 60 pounds instead of the black cord that came with the speargun. I use three swivels to eliminate line twisting. I use a crimp to make the loop tying the line to the spear. I am seriously considering adding a second band because of the fish I have barely lost due to lack of power. If it works then this will be a 4/5 star gun due to needing modification without factory guidance.

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        4.0

        ok gun

        By sharkbait

        from Ventura, california

        About Me Casual/ Recreational

        Pros

        • Accurate
        • Durable
        • Good Range
        • Lightweight

        Cons

        • Hard To Use
        • Tough to load

        Best Uses

        • Close To Shore
        • Cold Water
        • Small Prey

        Comments about Cressi Comanche Speargun:

        this is a very sturdy gun that can take a beating in the water. when I bought this I saw reviews that the bands are hard to pull back I thought whatever I could do it but now that I have it I barely can. with that being said because the bands are a challenge if you lose your grip you will lose a finger to the metal wishbone. the grip is very comfortable, but the loading butt is not, even on a seven millimeter wetsuit. even with those cons the overall gun build is good

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        4.0

        Cressi Commanche 60

        By Scooter G

        from On a lake in Idaho

        About Me Casual/ Recreational

        Pros

        • Accurate
        • Durable
        • Fast
        • Good Range
        • Lightweight
        • Low Recoil

        Cons

          Best Uses

            Comments about Cressi Comanche Speargun:

            The Cressi Commanchee comes complete and ready for action. You will need to string your line. We always add a shock cord or bungee to the line. I will say for its small stature the 60cm packs a very impressive punch. It is a tough monkey to load though, very tight bands, better be hitting the weight room often. My 75 and 90's are much easier to load but I don't think they are anymore powerful. We use the 60 for river fishing and tight places. The Commanchee has a one piece shaft, meaning the tip is not replaceable. You can buy additional threaded shafts and experiment with different tips, the key is to keep the points sharp. I have ordered the S-45 competition bands 18.5 (2 cm longer than stock) for a little easier load and to be able to pull to the second notch on the spear shaft, hoping, we'll see how that works out...

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            4.0

            Excellent Speargun

            By Jman

            from Merida, Yucatan, Mexico.

            About Me Beginner

            Pros

            • Accurate
            • Fast
            • Good Range
            • Lightweight
            • Low Recoil

            Cons

              Best Uses

              • Close To Shore
              • Cold Water
              • Medium Pray
              • Warm Water

              Comments about Cressi Comanche Speargun:

              Well i use this gun for medium to small pray, the handle is very comfortable and easy to load, except for the load-butt is kind hard and painful.

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              Daniel A  I will be using this speargun for hunting within 30m or shallower waters, some reefs and some open water. I wanted to add a reel and line to this item and wanted your advice on that, what reel would fit? and what kind of line would you recommend me to get along with it? also if the recommendations align with my research would you be able to process the order together and what would the prices be shipped to Ft Lauderdale FL 33332. thank you
              Frank L  Please call or email us directly and we can assist you with the reel. This is the Cressi reel: http://www.leisurepro.com/p-csbrf/cressi-fishing-reel (SKU is CSBRF). Here is line that would work: http://www.leisurepro.com/p-mrssl/mares-spear-fishing-line (SKU is MRSSL). We can ship these items for free.
              Greg C C  Link for the reel and line do not work. Please update.
              Daniel A  I will be using this speargun for hunting within 30m or shallower waters, some reefs and some open water. I wanted to add a reel and line to this item and wanted your advice on that, what reel would fit? and what kind of line would you recommend me to get along with it? also if the recommendations align with my research would you be able to process the order together and what would the prices be shipped to Ft Lauderdale FL 33332. thank you
              Frank L  Please call or email us directly and we can assist you with the reel. This is the Cressi reel: http://www.leisurepro.com/p-csbrf/cressi-fishing-reel (SKU is CSBRF). Here is line that would work: http://www.leisurepro.com/p-mrssl/mares-spear-fishing-line (SKU is MRSSL). We can ship these items for free.
              Greg C C  Link for the reel and line do not work. Please update.
              Tim M  Hey how do you attach the line to the spear shaft on this model? Just got it brand new and the only way i can see is a hole on bottom of spear shaft but then how will that work when it has to go insided the gun or trigger mec.
              TOM C  This was my first speargun. I am still a beginner by I bagged a couple fish this summer here in the Northeast. I wondered the same question. Attach the line to the end of the spear with a bowline knot. Use a big enough loop so that the knot of the bowline is outside the trigger mechanism. There is plenty of space around the shaft at the tip of the gun to allow everything to flow smoothly out. Should work for you Tim.
              Tim M  Thanks for your Help Tom!!
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