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Rob Allen Timberline GT Speargun

From: £454.99


Stock is exceptionally limited so preorder to make sure you have secured a timberline speargun! Waiting times can be 6 months or longer!

Rob Allen Timberline GT Twin 16

Rob Allen Low Profile Open Muzzle

Open Muzzles are slightly easier to aim down the barrel. Closed muzzles are slightly easier and quicker to load the speargun up.

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Rob Allen Coloured Rubber Grips

Wanting to add some flair to your handle?

Rob Allen Trigger Mechanism with Loading Butt

Loading butts push the gun away from you when loading up, meaning you don't have to pull back as far. The downside is that they reduce the surface area and reduce the spread of the force on your chest.

Crabb SpearSling - Red

The perfect strap to carry your speargun in style! Check our the blue version here!

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*We do not currently have any images of the timberline twin 16mm version, just the roller version. Please check the Rob Allen GT carbon speargun to get an idea of the muzzle style.

The Timberline guns add a wooden ballast to the carbon barrel to increase the mass of the gun. Mass improve accuracy and the wood ballast improves buoyancy.

Rob Allen GT Carbon Railgun

The configuration:

  • Black carbon finish with blue logo decals
  • Double 16mm bands
  • Integrated rail for deadly accuracy
  • 7.5mm tri-cut spring steel spear (much denser than stainless steel)
  • Pull wound carbon barrel
  • Stainless steel trigger mechanism housed inside glass reinforced nylon cassette
  • Double wrapped heavy duty shooting mono – 2mm thick with 400lb breaking strain
  • Muzzle bungee with quick release clip
  • Low profile muzzle closed muzzle
  • This version doesn’t include the loading butt

*Contact us if you can’t find the variation you want and we will order in*

The Rob Allen carbon railgun

Possibly the most sought after speargun on earth. The twin 16mm, 160cm version is a truly famous blue water hunters dream taking down tuna and wahoo everywhere.

The Timberline guns add a wooden ballast to the carbon barrel to increase the mass of the gun. Mass improves accuracy and the wood ballast improves buoyancy.

These guns took 2 years to develop, experimenting with various prototypes of carbon and timber to find the perfect combination of strength and mass.

The guns are made to be slightly negatively buoyant once setup and use the mass of the timber to dampen the recoil and make the gun much more maneuverable in the water, this is more noticeable in the longer guns compared to aluminium or carbon guns.

Each gun is individually balanced and takes a week to manufacture, if adding a reel you will need to remove lead from the handle, please see Rob Allens YouTube explanation for more info.

Watch Rob Allen’s breakdown series of these guns here 

It really is what legends are made of and all starts with the manufacturing process. Each strand of carbon fibre is pull wound in a continuous flow using a phenomenal 4 tons of pressure. This allows the fibre loading to be maintained at an insanely high level, far over the traditional mandrel wound tubes, which is why Rob Allen’s technology is so popular.

Each barrel is pressure tested twice immediately after it has been made, and in a pressure tank for one hour at a depth of 40 meters.

The GT edition is the max power and range version. Sporting twin 16mm rubbers we have to double wrap the shooting line so you can capitalise on all that extra range. Some people feel this is too much for the UK, and for 95% of situations they would be correct. However, when the vis opens up and you want to take that head shot at range….

We have seen a large jump in demand for these configurations over the past couple of years.

The spear is a stainless steel 7.5mm tri-cut projectile that is perfectly weighted for the twin bands. The heavy duty mono shooting line has a ridiculous breaking strain of 400lbs, secured via stainless steel crimps and attached via a Rob Allen muzzle bungee.

This gun is very light yet incredibly strong, even up to 1.6 meter lengths. Check out the IUSA world records and you will see heaps have been taken with the Rob Allen carbon. No other manufacturer on earth can say this, which is why you know from the onset that there is no ‘hype’ involved with this gear.

Make no mistake – Rob Allen is the Chuck Norris of spearguns!

 

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Band Thickness

16mm

Band Type

Circular

Barrel Type

Railed Barrel

Brand

Colour

Carbon/Wood

Barrel length

50, 60, 70, 80, 90, 100, 110, 120, 130, 140, 150, 160

Handle Style

Universal

Line Release Type

Material (spearguns)

Muzzle

No. of bands

2

Rubber Manufacturing Style

Rubber reactivity

Spear Steel

Spear Style

Speargun Type

Trigger Mechanism Material

Metal

Trigger Mechanism Style

Standard

Flopper Style

Hawaiian

Rob Allen Timberline GT Twin 16

Band Thickness

16mm

Band Type

Circular

Barrel Type

Railed Barrel

Brand

Colour

Carbon/Wood

Barrel length

70, 80, 90, 100, 110, 120, 130, 140, 150, 160

Handle Style

Universal

Line Release Type

Material (spearguns)

Muzzle

No. of bands

2

Rubber Manufacturing Style

Rubber reactivity

Spear Steel

Spear Style

Speargun Type

Trigger Mechanism Material

Metal

Trigger Mechanism Style

Standard

Rob Allen Low Profile Open Muzzle

Brand

Rob Allen Coloured Rubber Grips

Brand

Colour

Aqua, Pink, Lime Green, Red, Yellow, White, Grey, Rob Allen Blue

Crabb SpearSling - Red

Brand