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JBL Black Standard Sling 1/2" x 14" for Mini Carbine


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About JBL Black Standard Sling 1/2" x 14" for Mini Carbine

Having spare parts for your gun or sling is the only way to assure you won't get skunked on a spear fishing trip. JBL's unique latex formulation and dip manufacturing process delivers radical modulus strength. The power curve increases as bands are stretched for optimum performance. Special anti-oxidants help protect against harmful U.V. rays, prolonging sling life. Wishbones are 302 stainless wires that provide superior strength and durability, 1/2" diameter x 14" (13 mm x 356 mm) long. Sling is for the JBL Mini Carbine Spear Gun (JBLD6). Sling makes a great save-a-dive-kit item.

JBL Black Standard Sling 1/2" x 14" for Mini Carbine Features

  • JBL Standard Black Sling
  • Unique Latex Formula
  • 302 Stainless Steel Wishbone
  • Special Anti-Oxidants Protect from UV
  • Durable Long Life Design
  • 1/2" Diameter x 14" (13 mm x 356 mm) Length
  • Fits JBL Mini Carbine Spear Gun (JBLD6)
  • Great Save-A-Dive Kit Item

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great fun


very good. will buy again


Its awesome. Easy to install


"good product as always"


standard replacement sling works fine for my JBL 24" gun.

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Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
SPENCER B  These are great bands. They hold up for quiet a while. Thanks
Shopper  how do you take the old strap off the speargun?
TIM T  Soap it up or cut it off
COREY A  I just take my knife and cut it and use a little dawn dish washing liquid to put the new one on.
DONALD G  You have to stretch each side Individualy and get them thin enough to slip through the slot that holds them in place. This may take a bit of strength and control. If you're gonna discard it cutting it may be an option as a last resort.
RONALD K  I found it easy to remove the old strap as there are small areas wrapping around the rubber of the strap that do not close completely. imagine the strap passing through the letter "C". If you are still having issue, you can cut the old strap away. I also found that putting a little lubricant on the new strap made it easier to manuever into the correct position. Once the strap is in place, I did one test fire underwater to bring the strap into alignment.
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