AIR RIFLES FOR THE DISCIPLINE

Field Target

The highly exciting discipline of Field Target demands everything from the shooter in order to hit the rabbits, crows, rats or other small animals in the form of metal silhouettes. For the targets of only 40 mm maximum size, highest precision is required - which is fully provided by the ANSCHÜTZ air rifle barreled action 9015 High Power. Trust in the precision of the ANSCHÜTZ air rifle, in combination with the sophisticated stock variations.

9015 ONE Field Target

Impressively adaptable with maximum stability

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.177 (4.5 mm) - 15 joules

Configurable as right-hand and left-hand version

The 9015 ONE Field Target is based on the ONE air rifle stock developed in 2015. This stock offers unbelievable possibilities to be able to implement all imaginable settings for the most diverse types of shooting positions. Paired with the high-precision 9015 High Power air rifle barreled action, you get the perfect field target rifle that leaves nothing to be desired.

9015 Black Edition Alu

The starter for Field Target shooters

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.177 (4.5 mm) - 7.5 joules

Available as right hand version

Together with AirGhandi, the 9015 Black Edition Alu was developed for beginners in the Field Target disciplines. This air rifle is designed for high-precision shooting at short and medium distances. A telescopic sight can be mounted on the 11 mm prism rail on the action housing. At the bottom of the stock is a UIT rail to which, among other things, a bipod can be attached.

9015 Black Edition walnut

The beginner for Field Target shooters

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.177 (4.5 mm) - 7.5 joules

Available as right hand version

Together with AirGhandi, the 9015 Black Edition walnut was developed for beginners in the Field Target disciplines. This air rifle is designed for high-precision shooting at short and medium distances. A telescopic sight can be mounted on the 11 mm prism rail on the action housing. On the underside of the stock is a UIT rail to which, among other things, a bipod can be attached.

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