1- Always rinse your speargun in fresh water after each use and allow it to dry fully in the shade before storage.
2- It often helps to give the handle a few good knocks with an open hand to help jar any sand that has collected in the handle out of the trigger mechanism.
3- For top performance, always inspect your speargun rubbers for wear and tear. We recommend replacing rubbers at least once every diving season. We also recommend that you check your wishbones prior to getting on the boat. Few things can be as frustrating as having a wishbone break and not having a handy replacement.
4- Store your speargun in a dry cool place.
5- All speargun shafts and mechanism should be lightly oiled periodically.