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About Cressi Geronimo Speargun

Geronimo has the same features and technical refinements as Geronimo Pro: the difference lies in the barrel, which has a traditional circular section bore equipped with an integrated shaft guide, black satin and silk printing laser. The grip comes with a brand new adjustment system that makes it possible to personalize its size according to the diver's hand. The trigger can be adjusted both while moving and to make the release gentler, and mechanically activates a new kind of concealed line stop. There are two safety catches placed on both sides of the handgrip so they can also be activated by left-handers. The grips are made from soft-grip material to optimize purchase. The new muzzle can hold both circular bands and the special standard bands, complete with a brand new, patented pivoting bow system that blocks the shaft against the barrel right up to the moment the gun is fired.

The Cressi Geronimo Speargun is commonly used for Close To Shore, Small Prey and more. The Cressi Geronimo Speargun is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Casual/ Recreational among others. The Cressi Geronimo Speargun is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Cressi Geronimo Speargun: Accurate, Durable, Fast, Lightweight, Low Recoil.

Warranty Information

This product has a limited warranty of 12 months.

www.cressisubusa.com
(800) 338-9143

Cressi Geronimo Speargun Specifications

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Available in the Following Sizes:
100cm, 60cm, 75cm, 90cm
Weight [with packaging]
60cm: 1.85 lb,
75cm: 2.15 lb,
90cm: 2.35 lb,
100cm: 2.55 lb

Geronimo Speargun Customer Reviews

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Cressi Geronimo 2 Speargun
 
4.6

(based on 7 reviews)

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Pros

  • Accurate (7)
  • Low recoil (6)
  • Fast (5)
  • Lightweight (5)
  • Durable (4)

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Close to shore (6)
    • Small prey (5)
    • Cold water (3)
    • Warm water (3)
      • Reviewer Profile:
      • Casual/ recreational (4)
      • Was this a gift?:
      • No (7)

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    5.0

    excellent gun

    By sarda

    from miami

    About Me Professional

    Pros

    • Accurate
    • Cheap
    • Fast
    • Good Range
    • Great Gun Reliable
    • Lightweight
    • Low Recoil
    • Powerfull
    • Precise

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Close To Shore

      Comments about Cressi Geronimo 2 Speargun:

      Used the 60 cm at 2014 world cup in peru, did some impressive kills in and out of holes with this gone. Impressing means i was impressed by power and precision

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      4.0

      Full review

      By Focal

      from Norfolk Va

      About Me Casual/ Recreational

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Accurate

      Cons

      • Hard To Use

      Best Uses

      • Small Prey

      Comments about Cressi Geronimo 2 Speargun:

      This gun has to be immediately re-rigged upon purchase to save you money and grief. The shaft on this gun is accurate and shoots like a dart; however, I recommend immediately changing the shaft line. The rear point, where the line attaches to the shaft, is a straight cut hole, meaning it has sharp edges. This line will break after a few shots. I take a dremel and round out a smooth transition and replace with dyneema line. If not, you WILL lose your shaft and this website does NOT sell replacement shafts. Most other shafts will not fit this gun and I have been having to order shafts from Spain. Make sure you do not accidentally release the bands out of water or you will cosmetically damage the muzzle. The gun does not fill with water, which is good for me, and doesn't sink as fast. In fact, it is well balanced and makes sighting up prey easier.

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      5.0

      No Regrets

      By swaziloo

      from Northern California

      About Me Casual/ Recreational

      Pros

      • Accurate
      • Durable
      • Fast
      • Lightweight
      • Low Recoil

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Close To Shore
        • Cold Water
        • Small Prey

        Comments about Cressi Geronimo 2 Speargun:

        I purchased the 60cm gun about a year ago and have been out with it about a dozen times. It's a great size for Northern California reefs, maneuverable in the kelp and crags, with plenty of power and range to bring in the rockfish and lingcod we hunt in low visibility. The 1/4" shaft tends to just blast right through, and the aim feels true. The grip is comfortable with 5mm gloves and the trigger just works. Reloading is fairly simple--about 90 seconds at a relaxed pace.

        A few things you'll want to know:
        1. You must re-rig this gun! The default rigging is just 200# test and no bungee. The line will eventually break where it attaches to the gun, and you'll be swimming after your shaft (or replacing it.) Buy a bungee, crimps, and some 300# test (get a kit) and re-rig this gun. You won't regret it.
        2. Rinse well! Disassemble the bands every time and pull out the removable pieces of the handle. My gun is holding up well, but I didn't remove the bands the first few dives and the salt buildup in those connectors did corrode the nuts (just a little.)
        3. Keep the tip sharp. Seems obvious, but if you're shooting into rocks, you need to maintain the point. Otherwise, you'll "bounce" off a lot of fish before you realize it's dull.

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        4.0

        lost spear

        By BIG DADDY

        from more head nc

        About Me Beginner

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        Pros

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

        Cons

        • Shooting Line Got Cut

        Best Uses

        • Close To Shore
        • Small Prey
        • Warm Water

        Comments about Cressi Geronimo 2 Speargun:

        Over all great gun lots of uses upgrade for what your trying to do.shooting line got cut at crimp and lost the shaft today and there was a bungee atachted to the shooting line as well.

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        5.0

        Great speargun for reef hunting

        By Divemaster Mike

        from Seattle, WA

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        Pros

        • Accurate
        • Durable
        • Fast
        • Lightweight
        • Low Recoil
        • Perfect Line Of Sight

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Close To Shore
          • Cold Water
          • Small Prey
          • Warm Water

          Comments about Cressi Geronimo 2 Speargun:

          This is a great Italian speargun. The build quality is as good as any other brand that I have seen, and working in the dive industry I've seen most brands. This gun is laser accurate and has many design improvements that I've never seen on any other gun. The piviting bow on the muzzel allows you to sight down the shaft and can be easily converted to open muzzel. I chaned the shooting line to mono and added a bungee, simple fix. This gun is also easy to modify if you don't like the setup.

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          Shopper  How long is the line on the 90cm gun?
          NARCISO R  It's usually three times the length off the shaft
          Shopper  Would someone 5'11" tall be able to pull the 90cm gun back?
          WILLIAM M  Yes, I'm 5'11" and have no problem cocking a 120 cm
          Shopper  Dose it com ready to use?
          JOHN M  Yes but do not modify it or the accuracy goes out the door...also my handle cover fell off.... Good reliable gun though...
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