- Provides greater speed and momentum to the shaft than conventional muzzles
- Greater power than equivalent length spearguns with standard muzzles
- Shark clip-on the base of the handle to connect to a float line
- Increased point of aim accuracy at longer distances
- Aircraft Aluminium Barrel 1.45mm wall thickness
- Generation Vecta 2 handle and mechanism
- Gun bungee connected to the shooting line
- Shooting line channel on the roller
- Reduced recoil for safer operation
- Adjustable pretension mounts
- Integrated line guide/anchor
- Stainless steel line release
- Oversized bearing rollers
- 5mm spring steel shaft
- Reel bracket fitted
The main advantage of the Rob Allen roller muzzles over standard conventional muzzles is that the roller muzzles provide the shooting power of longer spearguns using standard muzzles. So in having a shorter gun with the power of a long gun, you now have greater maneuverability with the shorter gun dragging it through the water as you are targeting fish. Also the roller muzzle style guns despite having greater power for their shorter size in length they also kick less on firing so this increases your accuracy when taking long shots.
The Rob Allen roller speargun has a full length extruded rail down the length of the barrel to guide the shaft. The barrel is made from Aircraft grade aluminium with a wall thickness of 1.45mm thick. This provides the barrel with the strength to prevent the gun from flexing when it’s powered up with max power.
The shafts are 7.5mm engineered from ultra-tough oil quenched carbon alloy spring steel to offer just enough flexibility to minimise bending, yet hard enough providing ample strength. They are suited for Dyneema bridles and have a single hardened spring steel flopper at the front. The tip of the spear is a Tri-Cut end which helps penetrate even the hardest scaled fish.
The roller muzzle comes fitted with a single 16mm rubber providing you with ample power to launch the 7.5mm shaft at bone shattering speeds to penetrate solid tough fish.
The ergonomically shaped handle has a rear loading butt for added comfort when loading the rubbers. Furthermore, it comes standard with a stainless steel line release and a safety switch on the top rear of the handle. Also fixed to the base of the handle is a stainless steel shark clip used to connect a float line to your gun to prevent losing the gun when hitting big fish or spearing in deep water.