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JBL 5" (127 mm) Break-Away Slip Tip, Complete Assembly

JBL 5" (127 mm) Break-Away Slip Tip, Complete Assembly Features

What's in the box: Break-A-Way Tri-Cut Slip Tip Spear Point Complete Assembly

Designed for large powerful fish in open water this JBL's break-away slip tip configuration is 5" (127 mm) in length and comes with 6 mm, 7 mm or 5/16" threaded bushing. Tip is made from corrosion resistant hardened 17-4 stainless and features a multi-braid stainless cable in 3/32" (2.38 mm) diameter for long life and durability.

The tips rear fixed barbs cause the point to turn sideways after entering the fish so it will hang on no matter how hard the fight while minimizing damage to your spear shaft. The low-profile, double barbed design with Tri-Cut point allows for pinpoint accuracy penetrating power and dependable deployment. Due to the attached cable removal of the spear point is made easier. Don't trust a once in a lifetime fish to anything else.

Key Features

  • 5" (127 mm) long slip point with tri-cut for penetration power.
  • Detachable spear point and cable protect shaft from damage by motion of large fish.
  • Rear fixed barbs cause point to turn sideways after entry for secure hold on speared fish.
  • Point attachment cable assists in removal of spear point.
  • 17-4 Hardened Stainless Steel
  • 3/32" (2.38 mm) Multi-Braided Cable
  • Durable and Corrosion Resistant
  • Tri-Cut Tip
  • Available with 6 mm, 7 mm or 5/16" Threads
  • Fixed Barbs for Better Holding Power
  • For Large Fish in Open Water
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