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Sauer 100 Classic

The Sauer 100 Classic is a bolt action hunting rifle, designed by German J.P. Sauer und Sohn weapons factory. The rifle was introduced at the IWA 2016 in Nuremberg and launched to the market same spring. It has been available in Finland since June 2016... » read more


CZ 455 American Red

Czech weapons factory Česká Zbrojovka (CZ) has developed the first model of the CZ 455 rimfire rifle series already in 2007-2008. It was imported to the market in 2010 to replace the old CZ 452, designed in 1954. The CZ 455 series rifles are available on .22 LR, .22 WMR and .17 HMR calibers. » read more


Kongsberg Colt M1914

J.M. Browning designed this highly popular military pistol in 1900. It was approved by the United States Army on March 29, 1911, as the Automatic Pistol, Caliber .45, M1911. The Norwegian army wanted the M1911 pistol as its service weapon, and so the Norwegian weapons factory Kongsberg Våpenfabrikk started manufacturing the pistol under license ... » read more


Mauser Model 1910

Engineer Josef Nickl developed a self-loading single-action Mauser m/1910 pistol at the Mauser AG factory in 1910. The gun uses the typical, but very modest, 6.35x16SR cartridge for pocket pistols, so the weapon is primarily intended for self-defense of the person, at short distances. Apparently, most of these weapons were delivered to the German armed forces and for the Navy, but also for the civilian market ... » read more


Physica M37

Finnish company Oy Physica Ab developed a box model Physica M37 riflescope between 1935 and 1937. It was originally intended for Maxim machine guns, but Finnish Army uses this later in a sniper rifle m / 37 (m / 27 PH), and sniper rifle m / 39 PH ... » read more


FN Model 1910

The FN m/1910 pistol was designed by John S. Browning in 1908 for the Belgian FN Weapons Factory. The FN m/1910 was designed to replace the already obsolete FN m/1900. The gun was made for two calipers: 9mm (.380 automatic) and 7.65mm Browning (.32 ACP). The weapon was also a popular police weapon in many European countries. It soon became one of the most popular pocket weapons in the world ... » read more


Orava m-49

In 1949, Valmet Oy designed the Orava m-49 rifle (caliber .22 LR) in Tourula. This new weapon was lightweight, simple, reliable, inexpensive to manufacture and most importantly of sufficient quality. The weapon was designed mainly for training weapons and small game hunting. The weapon is simple in structure and really quick to dismantle,because the metal parts are attached to the stock with only one screw... » read more


Ruger Mark IV

In 2016, Ruger (Sturm, Ruger & Company Inc.) introduced a new enhanced model of the iconic Ruger Mark II / III. There are four different versions of the new Mark IV; Target, Hunter, 22/45 Lite and Competition. Standard, Tactical, 22/45 and 22/45 Tactical models have been launched in 2018-2019... » read more

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