Rob Allen Tuna Pro Speargun

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Size: 100cm
Sale price$564.00 AUD Regular price$819.00 AUD


  • Stainless steel line release
  • Twin 16mm rubbers
  • 7.5mm shaft

Rob Allen Tuna Pro Speargun

Dive into the epitome of spearfishing excellence with the Rob Allen Tuna Pro Speargun, meticulously designed by the legendary Rob Allen. This high-performance speargun is crafted to deliver unparalleled precision and power, featuring a range of innovative components that elevate your underwater hunting experience.

The Tuna Pro comes equipped with a low-profile OPEN muzzle, ensuring a streamlined and efficient shooting experience. Its robust integrated rail barrel enhances accuracy and durability, while the ergonomic pistol grip handle with a loading butt and soft-touch overgrip provides comfort and control during every dive.

Experience seamless functionality with the sear-activated line release, solid anchor point with swivel shark clip, and the 2X Quality RA blue 16mm powerbands with Dyneema bridles. The 7.5mm hardened spring steel spear boasts a tri-cut tip, HD barb, and pin for optimal penetration and secure catches. The inclusion of an easy disconnect gun bungee with a swivel clip ensures hassle-free operation, while the HD 400lb monofilament shooting line adds to the overall reliability.

Maintenance is a breeze with this field-friendly speargun, featuring a no-tool-required design. Whether you're a seasoned spearfisher or a passionate enthusiast, the Rob Allen Tuna Pro Speargun is your ultimate companion in the pursuit of the perfect underwater catch. Elevate your spearfishing game with precision, power, and unmatched quality.

Care Instructions:

  • Rinse with fresh water after every use to remove all sand and sea water
  • Keep rubbers in the freezer if not being used for long periods of time - this slows down the perishing process
  • Remove spear when cleaning and dry throughly before storing
  • Keep in a dry and safe place
  • Store in a speargun bag if possible
  • Do not load out of water
  • Do not rely on the safety catch

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