Rob Allen 1200 Snapper Railgun
The Rob Allen Snapper Railgun.
Like the Caranx but more powerful and deadly accurate. The Snapper 120cm gun is equipped with a 7mm spear and twin 14mm rubbers.
Standard also is the Rob Allen bungee cored with 240kg dyneema and a single wrap of 180kg mono. It’s so accurate, it’s almost unfair!
The Rob Allen Snapper railgun is the latest Rob Allen Speargun to hit the market. The railed barrel is manufactured from aircraft grade aluminium with a wall thickness of 1.45mm and the mechanism is manufactured from glass reinforced nylon and has a solid 316 stainless steel spear.
This item is shipped directly from the warehouse and not kept in store.
1.45mm thick Aircraft grade Aluminium Railed Barrel.
Next generation Vector 2 handle with mechanism.
Low Profile Closed muzzle.
Green Grip. – Green Muzzle Bungee.
7.0mm Double Notch Oil drenched carbon alloy spring spear.
4″ Shark Clip.
High strength, abrasion resistant black 180kg shooting line.
Vectra 2 Mechanism.
The Rob Allen Vecta Mechanism is moulded from PA6 30% GS glass filled Polyamide to handle the power needed to hunt large blue water fish.
External shrouds and an internal barrel spigot increase strength at the critical barrel/mechanism interface. Apart from safety considerations, any flex in this area reduces accuracy.
Internal webs at several places in the mechanism are designed to spread loading away from high stress areas. All load bearing pivot pins as well as the spear are manufactured from solid stainless steel.
The rubber overgrip is clamped in place by the cheekplates to prevent twist on firing. The spring loaded line release cam returns to position after firing for ease of loading.
The Snapper comes with a 7mm double notched shaft with a 40cm overhang (the difference between length of barrel and length of shaft).
The spear is attached to the muzzle via a single wrap of 2mm monofilament and a 10cm gun bungee.
The Snapper comes fitted with twin 14mm rubbers with dyneema wishbones.
Please note that we cannot ship this product to Whangarei.