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sistema videosub FishingBuddy

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Totemsub for 2011

After more than 10 years of activity in the spearfishing area, some important changes are coming They involve mainly the reorganization of the different branches, now spacing from the traditional manufacturing of wooden spearguns to the spearfishing video production, and video housings building.......

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Build your own power band

Building one's power band is an easy and quick operation, that does not require particular tools to be accomplish. Please remember that we can supply ready to use circular latex power bands in all the available diameters and colors, in any lenght.

Of course, you need the desired leght of your favourite latex band, a candle, some 1,5mm Dyneema, two plyers.

First, a nail should be inserted inside of one the band heads, leaving only the nail's head out of it. Helping yourself with a drill and a sandpaper disk accessory, or a cutter, or a pair of scissors, or whatever might do, you should shape the heads of the band like two cones.

 

Now, with the help of a few drops of soap and water, you'll want to insert the dyneema buttonhole (if you're tying a dyneema wishbone band) or the articulated wishbone shaft inside the band longitudinal hole.

 

 

 

 

 

After that, a Cnostrictor knot must be tied like show below. Of course, the knot will be the same in case a dyneema buttonhole is inserted instead of the articulated wishbone.

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Now, you'll want to pull the dyneema really hard to squeeze the band and tie the knot. The band won't suffer for it, and the dyneema won't break, so pull as hard as you can.

Now, following the direction of the two dyneema ends, a plain knot on each will make it all safer and better looking. Once again, pull hard. Now cut the exceeding dyneema, and burn the ends, flattening them doen with the plyers while they're still hot.

 

 

 

 

If the procedure was followed striclty, there's no possibility anything will slip out.

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