As it is known, Anschütz completely scooped gold at the Olympics this year; all gold medals
in biathlon were won with weapons from the company. A performance that caused quite a stir
and led to a closer look at the guns used. Although with a market share of 97%, this result is
more expected than miraculous.
But why don’t we take a look beyond the premium model and focus on the rest of the
Anschütz range? In addition to the well-known 1827 F BIONIC, there is also the 1827 F Comfort. Both are
using the same system but the Comfort variant is aimed particularly at traditionalists and
friends of the classic wooden stock. It is thus a rifle that is fully biathlon capable but still
looks good alongside your old hunting rifles or a custom 1911.
the Olympics. No custom grip from the 3D printer, no skeletonized rifle stock, no possibility
to fill resin directly into the stock to better embed the system. But you always have to know
where your priorities lie.
On the other hand, if you are still at the very beginning of your training or if you are searching
for an option to exercise at home, you will find it in the Laser Power set. As the name suggests,
this is a laser that can be installed on an air-gun stock, instead of the actual barrel. Together
with a sensor used as a target, it serves as a training opportunity away from the shooting
is advertised at, €3,999 ($4,368), without sights. The wooden version is only slightly cheaper at €3400 ($3,714) and the complete laser training set also has a price of €2,200 ($2,403). Furthermore, there are also:
1. The 9015 airgun series, a modular concept that allows individual adjustments to the shooter.
2. Four different bolts for small caliber sport guns.
3. As well as a large selection of different hunting rifles. The larger calibers can be found
in the 1782 model and range up to 9.3x62mm and more recently the .300 Win Mag.
So if you have the opinion that small-bore guns are boring and full power rifles should still be
used in biathlon, Anschütz has you covered.