Cressi Inox Stainless Steel Shaft for Comanche Spear Gun

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About Cressi Inox Stainless Steel Shaft for Comanche Spear Gun

INOX 74PH SHAFT

Made from Swedish stainless steel, this 1/4" (6.25 mm) shaft is heat treated to help firing precision. A kickback-proof flange housed in the template of the actual shaft and two hook notches optimized for the new bow. This original Cressi shaft offers exceptional durability, which makes it highly resistant to shock and bending.

Warranty Information

This product has a limited warranty of 12 months.

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Cressi Inox Stainless Steel Shaft for Comanche Spear Gun Features

  • For Comanche Spear Gun
  • Swedish Stainless Steel
  • 1/4" (6.25 mm) Shaft
  • Heat Treated Steel
  • Excellent Firing Precision
  • Exceptional Durability
  • Highly Resistant to Shock and Bending

Cressi Inox Stainless Steel Shaft for Comanche Spear Gun Specifications

Material
Stainless Steel
Available in the Following Sizes:
100cm, 110cm, 60cm, 75cm, 90cm
Diameter
1/4" (6.25 Mm)
Mfr #
SKU
CSBIS
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Paul D  What size shaft should i buy for a cressi commanche 110?
JORGE S  140-150cm shaft would fit.
Joe F  If I have the cressi commanche 100 what size shaft do I need? Also, are the shafts sharkfins or the notches like stock?
ROBERT M  100 CM ,SHARKFINS
Shopper  I am looking for Cressi Shaft for Comanche Spear Gun 90 cm.Please let me know if you have them?
DELMIS G  I have bought three shafts along with my own for my cressi comanchee 110, and i have to say for a skinny shaft they are very durable and are sturdy. dont worry if they bend when you shoot a bigger fish because they are very flexible, as designed. i have shot plenty of fish with the gun and works just fine. Word of advice wear gloves when using because the tabs on the guns are very sharp, i have gotten cut. I unfortunately dont have any since, i free shaft most of the time and i have lost them under bridges and ledges, i only have one left, and no extra. your best bet is too order it on leisure pro and get it cheap, than to go to a dive shop and get robbed for the price of 40$
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