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JBL SS 24" X 9/32" Shaft for Mini Carbine Spear Gun (JBLD6)

SKU: JBL724SB MFR: 724-SBF

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About JBL SS 24" X 9/32" Shaft for Mini Carbine Spear Gun (JBLD6)

This JBL shaft is for the Mini Carbine Spear Gun (see SKU: JBLD6) and comes equipped with a 6mm threaded point and wing so it's ready to go when you are. This JBL724SB shaft is 24" (61 cm) long with a 9/32" (7.11 mm) diameter. Having spare parts for your gun or sling is the only way to assure you won't get skunked on a spear fishing trip. Constructed of corrosion resistant 17-4 (spring) stainless each shaft is hand-tuned for alignment then heat-treated for maximum hardness to reduce flex and provide optimum energy transfer. Shaft has a 1 sling capacity and makes a great save-a-dive-kit item.

JBL SS 24" X 9/32" Shaft for Mini Carbine Spear Gun (JBLD6) Features

  • JBL Stainless Steel Spear Shaft
  • Fits Mini Carbine Spear Guns (see SKU: JBLD6)
  • 17-4 Spring Stainless Steel Shaft
  • Corrosion Resistant
  • Hand-Tuned for Alignment
  • Heat-Treated for Maximum Hardness
  • Reduce Flex and Provide Optimum Energy Transfer
  • Dimensions: 24" x 9/32" (61 cm x 7.11 mm) Length and Diameter
  • Includes Point with Wing
  • 6mm Threaded
  • Sling Capacity: 1
  • Great Save-A-Dive Kit Item
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Shopper  what mm spear point fits this shaft?
Sam S  This shaft is 6mm, any 6mm female threaded points will thread onto it.
andrew m  6 mm
Gabriel C  how do you remove the fish from the shaft?
Monica s  Depends on the shaft, the fish, how you shot it... You can try pulling the shaft through the fish unclip the monofilament from the shaft, or close the wing and pull the fish off, maybe have to cut the fish off... sort of depends on the situation.
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