Speargun Care Tips

To ensure that your speargun lasts a lifetime, it is important to take care of it properly. Here are some tips for maintaining your speargun

  • 1. Rinse your speargun with fresh water after every dive to remove salt and other debris. This will help prevent corrosion and ensure that the speargun continues to function properly.
  • 2. Store your speargun in a dry and cool place, away from direct sunlight or extreme temperatures. This will help prevent warping or other damage to the speargun.
  • 3. Apply a light coat of silicone or other lubricant to the speargun's metal parts to help prevent rust and corrosion. Be sure to wipe off any excess oil before using the speargun.
  • 4. Inspect your speargun regularly for any signs of damage or wear. This includes checking the speargun's bands, shaft, trigger mechanism, and other parts.
  • 5. When transporting your speargun, make sure it is properly secured and protected. Avoid throwing or dropping the speargun, as this can cause damage to the speargun's finish and internal components.