.300 WinMag, .308 Win
WIDTH: 60 mm (2,4") (hand guard) bis 70 mm (2,8") (incl. bolt handle) HEIGHT: 185 mm (7,3") (without scope) BARELL DIAMETER: 22 mm (0,87") TRIGGER: 8 - 20 N (adjustable double stage trigger)TRIGGER: Very crisp – no ripping. The Haenel development allow the possibility of a venier adjustment of the trigger pull (8 to 20N), longitudinal position. With integrated Trigger stop. BARREL: Hammer-forged and inside chromed barrels. The RS 8 barrels have exacting bore and rifling dimensions and a carefully tuned exterior contour. Threated barrel to mount different accecoires (Muzzle break, silencer and compensator). BOLT: Tested up to 8.000 bar gas pressure. Massive 6-lugs-bolt-head big extractor and special slide coating for the bolt action for a proper extraction of the round. High ingnition power due to a strong firing pin spring. RECEIVER: steel receiver with thick cladding and integrated Picatinny-rail (milled into the receiver). Uncompromized corrosion and abrasion resistance for smooth feeding. MAGAZINE: 10 round capacity with a special slide coating and strong carrier spring gives a high functional value, even under worth conditions. The crips provide a stiffer housing. MAGAZINE CATCH: ambidextrous lever for right and left handed shooters. Buttstock: allows a nearly tool-less individual adjustment of the stock. All parts with physical contact are made out of synthetic parts or have a synthetic coating: pleasent ergonomy at any climate. Chassis: solid alloy-part with integrated prismatic bedding for the upper-receiver (block) for the bench shooting performance. Surface is hardanodized. Underside with Picatinny rail and optional rails on the left and right side. HAND GUARD: high tensile glass fibre synthetic hand guard with a flad underside for a good rest of the rifle and ergonomic grip even when it´s cold. C.G. Haenel produced precision weapons from 1840. The brand took its name from the weapon designer of the royal Prussian weapons factory, Carl Gottlieb Haenel. Carl-Wilhelm Aydt developed the rolling-block action for Haenel in the 19th Century; Hugo and Hans Schmeisser developed machine pistols and assault rifles in the 20th Century. Today C.G. Haenel belongs to the Suhl Arms Alliance.
|Caliber:||300 Winchester Magnum|
|Trigger:||Adjustable double stage|