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IRONWOOD 120 - made from ironwood one of the most durable and heaviest timbers in the world. Along with the woods' natural high lustre, make it prized by cabinet-makers and fine furniture craftsmen. The wood is dense (0.85 1.1 g/cm³)? and texture is moderately fine to fine and even. Durability: ironwood is rated as very durable immune to termite attack; service life of up to 100 years in direct soil contact and more than 20 years for marine work in tropical waters has been reported. Ironwood is often used for marine constructions such as pilings, wharfs, docks, sluices, dams, ships, bridges, but also used for power line poles, masts, roof shingles and house posts and to a minor extent as frame, board, heavy duty flooring, railway sleepers, fencing material, furniture etc.
The IRONWOOD 120 speargun is your perfect inshore speargun. It's compact and powerful! Whether you are in the kelp beds of California or the wrecks and reefs of Florida...you can easily manuever around structure picking off your favorite pan friers, while packing the power to land larger pelagics like white seabass, snapper, grouper and cobia.
The Andre Spearguns IRONWOOD 120 features a euro style handle, giving you addtional reach to project your shots. The mechanism and shaft sit at the end of the speargun allowing for more band stretch giving more power.
The teak laminate layers on the IRONWOOD 120 are laminated from side-to-side, giving the IRONWOOD 120 a wide body, with a narrow vertical build. This wide design adds weight to the speargun to decrease muzzle kick & increase accuracy. Furthermore, the sleek design offers less drag while tracking the fish. The IRONWOOD is sandwiched between two paduk laminates to create the ideal weight for a ballasted speargun.
100% Satisfaction Guarantee - Experience the difference with your new Andre Spearguns IRONWOOD 120 - 50 inch stock length, two 5/8"x22"power bands, 9/32"x54" shaft, and 18 feet effective shooting range.
Please note that Freediving and spearfishing are inherently dangerous sports and should only be undertaken by experienced, well-trained divers. More powerful spearguns must be fired with two hands and a locked elbow to prevent injury from excess recoil. Do not load or unload your speargun out of the water, treat every speargun as if it were loaded. Never point your speargun at anything you do not intend to shoot. Before you begin your dive, be sure to check all your gear. You should never dive alone and your equipment should be serviced regularly. You should always plan your dive and dive your plan. You should discuss safety precautions, your plan, and contingency plans with everyone onboard BEFORE you dive. Communication among divers and operators is imperative. Failure to adhere to these guidelines could potentially result in physical harm or death. Blue Tuna Spearfishing is not responsible for any loss, damage, harm, or death caused by using any of our products.