I first shaped one of these guns back in the mid 70s. I had the
original board sitting in the back of the old factory a couple of years
ago. Someone saw it there and was awe struck at the seriousness
of its design. It has a flat bottom, a 70/30 down rail, a slight "V"
by the fin and moderate gun nose kick. This is a serious piece of
equipment, not intended for the average point break. It should only
be used for a pedal-to-the-metal style of surfing. And because it
represents the ultimate weapon,many find it irresistable, even when
used as wall decor.