Sphyrna Mokarran Wood Speargun
With triple inverted bands designed to minimize recoil, you have the power of a blue water gun with the ease and agility of a shorter reef speargun.
The Sphyrna Mokarran is an inverted roller gun, and therefore it has minimal recoil.
The spear flies forward, but the bands pull backwards, counteracting the recoil.
The shaft will fly straighter and truer than on normal spearguns.
You will feel also less punch in your wrist.
The reduction of recoil movement upon release decreases significantly the angle offset of the spear from its intended trajectory.
The handle is slightly offset from the butt for improved aim.
The advantage of the Teak shaft has to do with the density and engineering characteristics of the wood.
Teak is a very dense wood, up to 980 kg per cu. meter.
Note our spearguns do not come with a reel installed for this at this present time.
The triple band has shot easily through 30" inches of high density styrofoam during our tests. It would very likely make a hole through your car door. In fact, we had to adjust and downgrade the diameter of the bands since is was far too much punch per load.
Freedive Wire's Recommendation
You can choose the level of power with three inverted rubber bands
Consider the environment and type of fish you will be spearing
Consider your experience and strength when considering the number of bands
Please be an experienced freediver before starting off spearfishing activities
Don't ever spearfish by yourself and train to use your gear beforehand
Read the ridiculously detailed specifications we provide to our clients here! You won't regret knowing all the facts and then buying knowing you chose the right speargun!