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Anschutz Rifle Measurements for Mounting Scopes

Scope mounting information on different Anschutz models. Parts available from Recknagel.

 


 

Barreled action 1780:

This new bolt action rifle with cam cocking is used in our centerfire rifles. The exceptionally smooth action permits rapid and reliable functioning, a well-known factor in the ANSCHÜTZ biathlon rifles. The one-piece firing pin has a defined end stop area to prevent damage from dry firing. Lock up is made by a two-row, six-lug bolt (2x3) directly to the barrel; allowing a quick, short 60° bolt throw. The matt black anodized receiver, made of high-strength aluminum alloy, incorporates the ANSCHÜTZ Wave Style and is drilled and tapped for mounting telescopic sights. The cocking mechanism has gas vent holes which, in the event of cartridge failure, direct the gas safely to the side. The sliding safety catch on the right hand side blocks the trigger sear in the safe position. The ergonomically designed safety catch is easily and silently operated. The integrated bolt handle lock reliably prevents inadvertent opening of the bolt when carrying the firearm.




Barreled action 1770:

This new action 1770 was introduced last year in our .223 Remington caliber model 1770. Here again, lock up is made by a two-row, six-lug bolt (2x3) directly to the barrel; allowing a quick, short 60‘ bolt throw. The action is extraordinarily smooth and fast to function. It is equipped with an 11 mm wide, ANSCHÜTZ Wave Style, V-block riflescope mounting dovtail rail. There are additional drilled and tapped holes provided for scope mounting bases and rings. The one-piece firing pin has a defined end stop area to prevent damage from dry firing. The cocking mechanism has gas vent holes which, in the event of cartridge failure, direct the gas safely to the side. The right hand side, sliding safety catch, blocks the trigger sear in the safe position. The ergonomically designed safety catch is easily and silently operated. The bolt can also be opened in the safe position, allowing unloading the firearm with the safety engaged.


Barreled action 1727:

 

ANSCHÜTZ straight pull action is used in the model 1827 F. The bolt is locked with 7 bullets. The technical prerequisites such as narrow tolerances and the type of lock ensure a really delicate, practically silent bolt movement. The non-slip, knurled bolt handle and short locking distance enable unbelievably fast repeats. The tried-and-tested arrangement of the claw-extractor and cartridge retainer ensure the reliable extraction of the empty cartridge case. The single-part firing pin has a defined end stop area to avoid damage when dry firing. The robust steel receiver and thick-walled target barrel ensure top shooting accuracy. The receiver has two 11mm-wide grooved receivers for the attachment of a scope mount. The action face of the bolt body is set back so that the cartridge rim is covered by the bolt head. The separate bolt catch on the side of the receiver limits the bolt movement and thus protects the trigger. A gas vent hole on the side of the extractor groove directs the powder gas to the side of the firearm in the case of a cartridge failure. When secured, the sliding safety catch on the right-hand side blocks the trigger at the same time as lifting the catch lever and release link. The bolt can be opened when the firearm is secured. This means that the firearm can be unloaded when secured.

 

 


 

Barreled action Match 54:

 

The ANSCHÜTZ target bolt action, which is also used in the ANSCHÜTZ series 1710/1712 hunting repeater, has dominated national and international competitions including the Olympic Games and the world championships in the small bore rifle disciplines. This is a bolt action, rimfire rifle with cam cocking and bolt eccentrically seated in the receiver. It incorporates 2 action screws. The bolt movement, as with all ANSCHÜTZ equipment, is extraordinarily smooth and effortless. The bolt face is set back so that the rim of the cartridge is fully supported by the bolt head. The tried and tested arrangement of claw- extractor and cartridge holder ensures reliable case extraction. The one-piece firing pin has a defined end stop area to prevent damage from dry firing. The receiver is equipped with an 11 mm wide, ANSCHÜTZ Wave Style, V-block riflescope mounting dovetail rail. There are additional drilled and tapped holes provided for scope mounting bases and rings. The independent bolt catch, mounted on the left side of the receiver, limits the movement of the bolt and protects the trigger. A gas vent hole on the side of the extractor groove directs the gas safely to the side, in the event of cartridge failure. The sliding safety catch on the right hand side, a recent improvement, blocks the trigger sear in the safe position and simultaneously lifts the trigger sear and bolt release latch. The bolt can also be opened in the safe position, allowing unloading the firearm with the safety engaged.

 


Barreled action Match 64:

This improved receiver has been increased from 25 mm to 26 mm in outside diameter. Therefore, the weight of the receiver has been increased by 12 %, which produces a higher stiffness for even greater accuracy. In addition, this enlarges the locking surface by 15 %, increasing the strength of the action. The elegant, contoured run-out design of the receiver continues into the bolt assembly. The Match 64 action is used in the ANSCHÜTZ Luxus repeaters 1416/1417 and 1516/1517. This is a bolt action with cam cocking, claw extractor, additional cartridge holder and ejector. Telescopic sight mounting is by an 11 mm wide ANSCHÜTZ Wave Style V-block dovetail rail or by additional drilled and tapped holes. The sliding safety catch on the right hand side blocks the trigger sear in the safe position and simultaneously lifts the trigger sear and bolt release latch. The bolt can also be opened in the safe position, allowing unloading the firearm with the safety engaged.




Information credited to Anschutz Sport website. Visit the website for more information and details:

http://jga.anschuetz-sport.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

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