International Single Speed 130, 130H REEL SPECS
The Tournament Series was first manufactured and sold in the 1967. It started with only 4, but by the end of the 70's the series had grown to 10 different models.
International Tournament - A new era of sportfishing achievement and adventure began with the introduction of Penn International Game Fish Reels to the world' s most critical tournament fishermen. The 130 and the 130H, which is a similar model with a higher gear ratio, weren't introduced until the early 70's. By the end of the 70's, however, the 130 was considered to be the flagship of the International Tournament Series, due to it's ability to reel in fish the size noone had ever caught before. (1978 Penn Catalog)
Machine-cut, heat-treated stainless steel main and pinion gears and drag cams.
Perfectly balanced, machined, gold anodized one-piece frame.
Four aircraft-grade, sealed stainless steel ball bearings.
Stainless steel reel stand.
One-piece pinion spool and spool shaft.
A double dog design prevents internal damage from sudden strikes and long wear-free life.
Unique drag system.
Loud, durable clicker.
Forged and machined spool and side plates.
Adjustable pre-set drag automatically keeps drag tension within safe limits.
Lever action drag control ranges over 120 degrees.
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