Hahn Ischler Kipplaufstutzen
Category : C
Caliber : 6,5x57 R
A wonderful break open single shot hammer rifle, made circa 2000 by the prestigious firm Ludwig Borovnik, in Ferlach, Austria and finished by Dorleac & Dorleac.
The 23" monobloc barrel, made of Böhler "Super Blitz" steel, is chambered for the all time classic 6,5x57R cartridge. It's of octagonal shape with machined rib and front sight base.
The Ischler round action uses a double bolt lug and a doll's head extension to secure the barrel and the hammer backlock is let off via a traditional German double set trigger while the rebounding hammer has a safety half cock.
The great Obiltschnig has engraved the entire action and fittings with Germanic scrolls surrounding a chiseled chamois vignette, the whole being grey finished.
The 14½" LOP stock is made of first class selected fine French walnut with oval cheekpiece and black buffalo horn fittings and the two parts full length forend with middle schnabel is capped with a roe deer antler crown. The wood is spectacular, finely checkered and oil finished.
When completing the barrel filling and finish we have fitted a SWAROVSKI AV 3-10x42 R4A scope on handmade Ferlacher reduced claw mounts and a gold lined folding rear sight regulated on the front blued caterpillar.
Indeed this new rifle bears our complete guarantee.
That kipplauf weights only 6lbs 8oz alone and 7lbs 9oz scoped.
Price (€) : Sur demande
Reference : RK-001