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AB Biller Spearguns Reviewed

There’s just something I love about spearguns built in the USA, like those of AB Biller. Like the oversized trucks that are giant on the road, the spearguns produced in America are big, solid, and pack a powerful punch. And you can’t go wrong with this spearfishing brand.

Primarily filling a niche for affordable spearguns, the AB Biller company has also produced spearguns for both state and national champions, which has helped to position the company as a serious spearfishing brand.

Personally, I believe their spearguns fill a nice niche for beginners and intermediate spearo’s, because you can get a higher quality speargun, without a big price tag. Small little details like the completely stainless-steel trigger demonstrates their quality, and there’s nothing more beautiful than a massive wooden barrel.

But I’ve also shot more than my fair share of spearguns, and I’ve got to say, the AB Biller Stainless Steel Pro is one of the best choices you could make when choosing an “all-round” speargun. It’s light, easy to maneuver, and enables me to bring in fish after fish when I’m spearfishing on the reef. Definitely worth it.

AB Biller Mahogany, Teak or Padauk Speargun

Now there are three different choices when you are looking at the standard series of spearguns from AB Biller. Essentially, they’re all the same speargun, however the only difference is the wood the barrel has been carved from.

You can select mahogany, teak or padauk. This is a common feature of many of their spearguns (including the LTD and Floridian series).

AB Biller Wood Mahogany Special Speargun, 48
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AB Biller Wood Mahogany Special Speargun, 48
  • Includes: AB Biller Wood Mahogany Special Speargun
  • Double Barb Rockpoint tip: hardened stainless steel
  • 5/16 inch stainless steel shaft, Two 9/16" rubber slings

AB Biller Wood Teak Special Speargun, 48
  • Includes: AB Biller Wood Teak Special Speargun
  • Double Barb Rockpoint tip: hardened stainless steel
  • 5/16 inch stainless steel shaft, Two 9/16" rubber slings

AB Biller Wood Padauk Special Speargun, 48
  • Includes: AB Biller Wood Padauk Special Speargun
  • Double Barb Rockpoint tip: hardened stainless steel
  • 5/16 inch stainless steel shaft, Two 9/16" rubber slings

AB Biller LTD Speargun

The limited series from AB Biller uses a novel trigger setup. For additional strength the trigger mechanism and safety is incorporated into the wood stock of the barrel itself, and you can purchase it in much larger sizes (i.e. for targeting blue water spearfishing and hunting bigger pelagic fish). They’ve models up to 60 inches (152cm +).

AB Biller LTD Mahogany Speargun (54")
  • Handcrafted from selected Mahogany with the trigger mechanism and safety fitted directly into the gun barrel
  • Stainless spring steel 5/16' diameter shaft
  • 2 - 9/16' natural rubber slings with stainless steel swivel wishbone and hardened stainless spring steel double-barb swivel tip
  • Also available in Teak or Padauk

AB Biller LTD Teak Speargun (54")
  • Handcrafted from selected Padauk with the trigger mechanism and safety fitted directly into the gun barrel
  • Stainless spring steel 5/16' diameter shaft
  • 2 - 9/16' natural rubber slings with stainless steel swivel wishbone and hardened stainless spring steel double-barb swivel tip
  • Also available in Mahogany and Padauk

AB Biller LTD Padauk Speargun (54)
  • Handcrafted from selected Padauk with the trigger mechanism and safety fitted directly into the gun barrel
  • Stainless spring steel 5/16' diameter shaft
  • Padauk wood absorbs 80% of the firing noise
  • 2 - 9/16' natural rubber slings with stainless steel swivel wishbone and hardened stainless spring steel double-barb swivel tip
  • Also available in Mahogany and Teak

AB Biller Floridian Speargun

The Floridian speargun from AB Biller was designed in partnership with their users, and is essentially a modified version of their standard speargun. It features a thinner shaft that’s more aerodynamic, enabling you to balance power with ease of use, all the while having a long-shooting speargun. It’s great if you’re wanting more distance in your shots.

AB Biller Mahogany Floridian Speargun (48")
  • Floridian Style Speargun with Free Mask Strap
  • 9/32 x 48 inch Spring Steel line shaft with 3 grooves for an additional band
  • (2) 9/16 x 22 inch rubber slings
  • 1000 lb. Kevlar Shock Cord

AB Biller Stainless Steel Pro

Using much of the same tech that’s in their standard range of spearguns, the stainless-steel pro swaps out the wooden barrel stock for a 1″ diameter stainless steel tube. It’s tough, sealed against water entering (so you’ll maintain buoyancy after a shot), along with nylon guide rings to help keep your shots quiet, and deadly accurate.

AB Biller Professional Powerful Speargun (Stainless Steel, 54')
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AB Biller Professional Powerful Speargun (Stainless Steel, 54")
  • Hardened Stainless Spring Steel Tip, with Double Barb, Swivel and Safety Cap.
  • Stainless Spring Steel shaft, 5/16" hardened to Rockwell 44C. Open Muzzle for easy top loading.
  • All natural rubber slings, 9/16" O.D. with stainless steel wishbone, Muzzle, grip and butt are rugged plastic.
  • Redesigned, patented safety allows for easy, one-handed operation featuring silent lock and unlock. Adapts for both right and left-handed position.
  • Patented trigger mechanism manufactured from hardened stainless spring steel and housed in a Nylon cartridge provides smooth and reliable trigger action.

Unlike many other spearfishing brands that are branching out into every aspect of the underwater industry, AB Biller are focused on what they do best. Spearguns. Most of the accessories you’ll find are to modify and replace parts on their models, and so far I’ve been quite happy with my purchases (for the price).

The bottom line is that AB Biller isn’t the most premium spearfishing brand out there, but they make some pretty alright gear for you to get in the water and start hunting. Without breaking your bank account. If you’re wanting gear to get started, AB Biller is a good choice.

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