Pneumatic Spearfishing Gun: Understand the mechanism of an air powered gun
A pneumatic spearfishing gun needs to be loaded manually. With the help of a pump similar to a bicycle pump, the gun is met under pressure of 20 to 30 bar. This pressure is normally equal to the pressure of one strong rubber band. The shaft, usually thicker than a shaft for a rubber powered speargun, goes inside of a sealed internal barrel, which is encased in a hollow sealed outer casing that contains the air pumped manually in the gun. Once the required pressure is pumped into the gun, the shaft is inserted and will be released by the trigger mechanism. A line with a lenght at least twice as the lenght of the gun, connects the shaft and the airgun. WARNING: A loaded speargun is a dangerous weapon. Never shoot with it beside being spearfishing in water. Never try the function of an airgun outside.
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