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    Almost all movie props have duplicates,in case of loss or damage.

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    I got mine for a little under $1k about 10 years ago. It dosen't have "Greener Light Harpoon Gun" engraved on the side of the receiver which is one of the things that made me suspect it was parted together. On the other hand it doesn't say GP either. All of the other parts are original. Mine had some corrosion and had obviously spend some time on a boat so I cleaned it up and had robar renickel it.

    I made some really nice practice 1lb blunt harpoons and even made indexed brass screws to hold the heads on(yep, I'm OCD). That was the mistake as the screws bent or sheared on the first or second shot. I have some spare tubing and thought of putting some vent holes near the rear or the harpoon to vent some of the gas to the side, but haven't ever got around to it. As the harpoon slides over the barrel ala a spigot mortar, when it uncorks the entire muzzle blast goes straight to the rear into your face. Glasses are a must but your cheeks still get peppered with unburnt powder. That take a bunch of the fun out of it.

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    Last edited by Rob1928; 07-16-2017 at 12:27 AM.

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    Robert1928 I got mine for a little under $1k about 10 years ago.


    Nice gun.
    Yeah know guys I kinda forgot how cool these particular things were.
    Even after owning a Scuba Pro spear gun and seeing them on that show.
    Thanks another thing to waste my money on.

    RIch

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    Thanks Rob. "If a seal had the chance, he'd eat you and everyone you care about" vicious little beasts! Also, no need to hunt one of these down give user reviews. I guess I'd make my own before buying one, for much less!

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    When I was in the Navy,I bought a speargun for fishing.
    It was fun,but I sold it because I didn't need it any more.
    I've tried bowfishing, but I'd rather be in the water.
    I'm sure I could find a cheap speargun online and it would work, but I'm wanting a cartridge powered underwater pistol.

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