Never heard of Schultz & Larsen?
They are a Danish rifle and silencer manufacturing company founded almost a century ago in 1919
For those looking for a different “Tactical”, let us introduce the the Schultz & Larsen Tactical.
According to the Danes, this is a rifle with a “stiff action and great stability“.
Wood and Steel in a nice combination.
“The Tactical has a brutal appearance – born with an action that has a built-in Picatinny rail. This allows the optimum installation of special mounts such but also the newly developed Picatinny mounting system from Schultz & Larsen. Additionally, it provides great opportunities for installation of night vision sights, which usually requires the riflescope to sit further back.”
“The Tactical is the only Schultz & Larsen rifle which is produced in two different kinds of metal, either the high strength aluminum or steel. Both models have great stability, however, the aluminum model is lighter than the steel model – about 400 g.”
The Tactical comes with a Schultz & Larsen designed 2-stage trigger. The first stage of the pull takes up 60% of the pull weight making for a very light and crisp final break. This trigger allows absolute precision whilst retaining adequate sear engagement to ensure safety in all conditions.
The Tactical model is only available in a right-hand version.
The Tactical model is supplied with 6 shot magazine as standard, but will accept the smaller capacity magazines if required. Two bolt handles, large and medium, are included.
It’s certainly no SAKO TRG M-10 by the looks of it, but offers a similar modularity, but with stealth looks in countries where it’s difficult to get a firearms permit for “military” look-alikes.
The model has an interchangeable barrel system so that you can quickly and easily replace your barrel with a different caliber. Just like the M10, except the Danes have more than 10 calibers to chose from where the Finns only offer 3 (so far).
Available in the following calibers:
308 win 6,5-284
300 win mag 7 mm RM
300 WSM 270 WSM
338 W 358 NM
Tactical Wood at its best?
According to rumors, Shultz & Larsen are working on a very interesting chassis system so be sure to read more about them soon.