NOTE: This gun DOES NOT COME WITH RIGGING.
The first time that you see it, you will ask yourself whether you like it or not. Then if you pick it up and you weigh it in your hands… you will be shocked by how much mass deceives you in those black shapes, with almost elegant proportions, so conclusive.
This is URUKAY, it expresses power without delicacy, a fatal attraction of irrational power, it instils respect.
Technically it is a real 100% carbon single structure T700 Megaforce, moulded using the N.J.C. (No Joint Construction) C4 system, as mechanics in AISI 316 and with an extremely sensitive trigger made from titanium. The metal plates in the muzzle holding the rubber pieces positioned parallel to the shaft are decisively oversized, just like the rest of pieces of URUKAY. Everything provides the certainty that after a long trip to reach a sea in which excellent fishes can be found, nothing can ruin that special chance, sometimes even unique.
In line with the C4 philosophy “first of all align the target”, URUKAY combines the exuberant power with hydrodynamic forms that favour backward hydrodynamic masses and centers of gravity. Their closeness with the grip of a hand, reduces the distance and therefore the weight effect to be moved without reducing contrast to the recoil.
When dry it does not appear to move immediately, but in water it can be seen how its imposing shapes, shapes that when overturned remind us of the keel of a sailing boat, “navigate” with fluidity and without any pressure, pivoting on the hydrodynamic centre of gravity.
Fitted with a double anatomical and adjustable handle in bright orange, it allows for adaptability to grip requirements with very few limits. The C4 anatomical handles are available for left-handers as well as right-handers.
URUKAY is structured to shafts with a diameter of 7 to 8mm.
An M8 threaded hole can be found at the tip of the muzzle, on which possible leads can be fitted, supplied with the speargun, if necessary for rebalancing of the structure.
The URUKAY fixing mechanism even supports triple loop bands without losing in terms of sensitivity.
The shaft guide, necessary for the use of shafts with fins, is only partial, limited to the stroke of the bands, not total. Only what is needed, the rest would simply create friction and slow down the arrow.
The bands parallel to the shaft do not compress it on the shaft guide, therefore reducing friction and not dissipating energy to the advantage of the high speed of the arrow.