Weihrauch HW35


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The HW (Hermann Weihrauch) 35 was the first air rifle with Weihrauchs Rekord 2-stage trigger and is a conventional piston and spring mechanism. The spring is compressed by breaking the barrel through 125° before loading a pellet directly into the breech. Pulling back the barrel engages the automatic safety catch which pops out to the left rear of the cylinder. The barrel is then returned into place and secured with a breech-lock. The first production models had leather piston and breech seals with a 4mm diameter transfer port but at the end of the 1970s, from serial number #843636, Weihrauch switched to synthetic seals and a 2.8mm dia port.

The rifle has “blued steel” finish on the metalwork, a beech or walnut sporting stock with finger grooves in the forend, checkering on the pistol grip and a rubber recoil pad. The 35 has an articulated cocking link, an automatic safety catch, on all but the oldest models and most were fitted with sling swivels. The HW 35, being a spring-gun suffered with recoil and was quite noisy for an air rifle, range is limited to about 35m, with 20-25m being the maximum realistic hunting range as the rifle is designed to produce only around 10.5 ft•lbf (14.5 Joules) of muzzle energy

This model from mids 70s is in excellent all round condition.
.22 Cal

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