JBL Break-Away Bullet-Nose (Tri-Cut) 4" Wingspan Spear Point 6mm

JBL

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About JBL Break-Away Bullet-Nose (Tri-Cut) 4" Wingspan Spear Point

Designed for large powerful fish this breakaway has a 4" (102 mm) wingspan and comes in 6, 7 mm or 5/16" threaded end and its 3/8" (9.5 mm) standard profile opens a large hole for easy passage of barbs through the fish, one shot is all you will ever need with this tip. Tip is hardened 17-4 stainless and features a multi-braid stainless cable in 1/16" (2 mm) and 3/32" (2.38 mm) diameters.

This tips detachable bushing and cable hangs on no matter how hard the fight while minimizing damage to your spear shaft. The low-profile, double barbed design allows for pinpoint accuracy and dependable deployment. Wing retainer allows for easy removal from the fish. Don't trust a once in a lifetime fish to anything else. Tip is standard with most Magnum model spear guns and is for medium to large fish.

JBL Break-Away Bullet-Nose (Tri-Cut) 4" Wingspan Spear Point Features

  • JBL Break-Away Bullet-Nose (Tri-Cut) 4" (102 mm) Wingspan Spear Point
  • For Medium to Large Fish
  • 4" (102 mm) Wing Span
  • 6 mm, 7 mm or 5/16" Thread Size
  • 17-4 Hardened Spring Stainless Steel Point
  • Maintains Excellent Cutting Edge for Penetration Power
  • Standard 3/8" (9.5 mm) Profile Opens Larger Hole for Easy Passage of Barbs through Fish
  • Optimal Use: Open Water
  • Wing Retainer Allows for Easy Removal from Fish
  • Point Type: Break-A-Way Tri-Cut
  • Ring Retainer: Yes, Sliding
  • Cable Diameter: 1/16" (2 mm) or 3/32" (2.38 mm)
  • Standard Points for Magnum (4D46, 4D46T, 4D46TC, 4D46XHD, and 4W46) Models
  • Cable: Multi-Braided Stainless Steel

JBL Break-Away Bullet-Nose (Tri-Cut) 4" Wingspan Spear Point Specifications

Materials
17-4 Hardened Stainless Steel
Point Type
Break-A-Way Tri-Cut
Thread Size
6 Mm, 7 Mm Or 5/16"
Wing Span
4" (102 Mm)
Diameter
3/8" (9.5 Mm)
Ring Retainer
Yes, Sliding
Cable Diameter
1/16" (2 Mm) Or 3/32" (2.38 Mm)
Cable Type
Multi-Braided Stainless Steel
Fish Size
Medium To Large
Available in the Following Sizes:
5/16, 6mm, 7mm
Weight [with packaging]
5/16, 7mm: 0.25 lb,
6mm: 0.35 lb

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4.0

Very good spear tip

By Bo

from Gulf Shores, Alabama

About Me Advanced

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Pros

  • Easy To Use
  • Functional
  • Improves Diving Experience
  • Solid Construction

Cons

  • This tip is for big fish

Best Uses

  • Recreation

Comments about JBL Break-Away Bullet-Nose (Tri-Cut) 4" (102 mm) Wingspan Spear Point:

I've used this spear head for over 25 yrs. and the newer version has a bigger stronger cable which should be nice and durable over the long haul.

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1.0

Dont Bother

By Nick

from Apex, NC

About Me Recreational Diver

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Pros

    Cons

    • Poor Construction

    Best Uses

      Comments about JBL Break-Away Bullet-Nose (Tri-Cut) 4" (102 mm) Wingspan Spear Point:

      I bought it and 3rd dive useing it, shot a baracuda, it spun, snaped off, and swam away with my tip. PS i had it screwed on right because i still have the bottom peice

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      5.0

      Awsome Spearpoint

      By El SpearO

      from Fish Lake, Utah 10,000' asl

      About Me Recreational Diver

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      Pros

      • Easy To Use
      • Functional
      • Improves Diving Experience

      Cons

        Best Uses

          Comments about JBL Break-Away Bullet-Nose (Tri-Cut) 4" (102 mm) Wingspan Spear Point:

          I speared a Splake (Brook Trout Lake Trout Hybred) with a rather low shot that would have ripped out with a standard speat tip. The cable stayed in and I was able to work the fish up into shallow wate an retrive it.

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