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$119.95

About Omer Cayman Sport Speargun

Warranty Information

This product has a limited warranty of 24 months.

www.omerdiving.com
(800) 853-1911

Omer Cayman Sport Speargun Specifications

Available in the Following Sizes:
100, 50, 60, 75, 90
Weight [with packaging]
50: 1.95 lb,
60: 2.2 lb,
100: 2.6 lb,
75: 3.8 lb,
90: 4.55 lb

Cayman Sport Speargun Customer Reviews

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Omer Cayman Sport Speargun
 
3.0

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5.0

Great intro euro gun!

By eeeediver

from the other 75

About Me Casual/ Recreational

Pros

  • Accurate
  • Durable
  • Lightweight
  • Low Recoil

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Close To Shore
    • Cold Water
    • Small Prey
    • Warm Water

    Comments about Omer Cayman Sport Speargun:

    This is a great first speargun for reef hunting. It is set up identically to most euro guns, which is the setup I perfer. I added a second band without changing the muzzle and changed the wishbone to dynema. I also added a stick on rail. Now this gun is as powerful and accurate as a much more expensive one. I've been using it for a couple of years and the barrel doesn't bend. It is a good inexpensive gun to learn with and easy to modify (and learn how to modify).

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    1.0

    Save up for something better

    By Drew

    from West Palm Beach

    About Me Casual/ Recreational

    Pros

    • Lightweight
    • Low Recoil

    Cons

    • Poor Construction
    • Poor Range

    Best Uses

    • Close To Shore
    • Small Prey

    Comments about Omer Cayman Sport Speargun:

    I got the 90. I guess it's what you'd expect from a cheap gun. The shaft is thin and flimsy, it started bending the first time I used it. Not much range with the one band, and as far as I know you can't add another without replacing the muzzle. The muzzle is closed; I opened it to make it more accurate but it makes it a little difficult to load. On the plus side, this is really light and versatile gun. It's really easy to turn with it in the water; my main gun is a 48" custom wood build and I'd almost prefer the Omer on reefs and rocks because it's easier to swing around quickly.

    However, what really makes me not want to recommend this gun is the wishbone. It's an articulated wishbone (metal), and I can't get it to stay attached to the bands. Probably the fourth or fifth time I had the gun in the water, the wishbone started disconnecting from one of the bands when I tried to load the gun. As a result, the thin metal wishbone would snap back towards the muzzle of the gun, often with my fingers in the way. After getting nicked up several times, I took the gun into a shop and got the wishbone replace. Now, THIS wishbone started doing the same thing (although I think it's a faulty wishbone and not because of the gun).

    All in all, I'd say save up and get something of more quality.

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    Shopper  Is the Cayman Sport the same as the Omer Excalibur Sport, just the Cayman is the newer version?
    PIETER C  Omer Excalibur is a cheapo version. Mine lasted till one big fish. No fish on the bag, speargun came apart. Be careful what you get.
    Shopper  On this gun is it hard to pull the bands back?
    JEREMY H  On the regular Cayman 75 it is but not on the sport.
    Shopper  How big of fish can you spear with this?
    JEREMY H  I use it for spadefish, sheepshead, triggers, tautog. Im sure you could shoot something bigger.
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