Rifle .22 Cal. Anschutz Target, Model 1407/1407D

Model 1407 .22 cal

The Rifle .22 cal Anschutz target rifle is a specially designed weapon used by the Canadian Armed Forces for training and recreational purposes.

The Anschutz target rifle is a heavy barrel, .22 cal, manually operated,single shot, hand fed, bolt action weapon with an adjustable single stage trigger. It fires 5.6 x 16R (.22 LR) ammunition and is capable of firing single shots only. It is available in either right and left hand configurations and identified as models 1407D and 1407LD respectively.


Rifle .22 cal. Anschutz Biathlon Models 1827 // 1827 Fortner

Model 1827 .22cal biathalon rifle

The Anschutz Biathlon Models 1827 and 1827 Fortner are competition weapons used by the Canadian Armed Forces for training and Biathlon competitions.

The Rifle, Calibre .22, Anschutz Biathlon Models 1827 and 1827 Fortner are heavy barrel, .22 calibre, manually operated, magazine fed weapons with adjustable double stage triggers. The model 1827 had a turn bolt action while the model 1827 Fortner is fitted with a straight pull bolt action. Both models fire 5.6 x 16R (.22 LR) ammunition and are capable of firing a series of single shots from a detachable five shot magazine. The weapons are available with stocks to suit right or left handed shooters.

SPECIFICATIONS

TECH SPECIFICATIONS

MODEL 1407D

MODEL 1827

MODEL 1827 FORNTER

PHYSICAL DATA

Weight

5 kg (11 lb)

3.62 kg (7.96 lb)

3.87 kg (8.51 lb)

Length

112 cm (44 in)

104.20 cm (41.02 in)

Same

OPERATIONAL DATA

System of Operation

Anschutz Match 54, hand fed, single shot, manual bolt action

Anschutz Match 54, magazine fed, manual turn bolt action

Anschutz Match Fortner magazine fed, manual straight pull bolt action

Safety Feature

Positive locking bolt

Applied Safety incorporated into the trigger mech, locks only the trigger

Same

Muzzle Velocity

340 mps (1100 fps)

Same

Same

BARREL DATA

Type

Anschutz, Match 54, . 22 cal, long rifle

Anschutz Match XX cal .22 Long Rifle

Same

Calibre

.22 in Long Rifle

Same

Same

Length

66.2 cm (26 in)

55.25 cm (21.75 in)

Same

RIFLING PARTICULARS

Number of Grooves

8

Same

Same

Direction of Twist

Right Hand

Same

Same

Twist Rate

1 turn in 35.5 cm (1 turn in 14 in)

Same

Same

TRIGGER DATA

Type

Adjustable, single stage, Anschutz Match with sagety catch

Adjustable, two stage, Anschutz Match with safety

Same

Trigger Pull Weight

500 g (1.2 lb)

First Stage 75 g (2.6 oz)

Second Stage 350 g (12.3 oz)

Same

Range of Adjustment

400 g to 1600 g (14 oz to 3.5 lb)

First Stage - 50 to 150 g (1.8 to 5.3 oz)

Second Stage - 100 g to 1.02 kg (3.5 oz to 2.75 lb)

Same

STOCK DATA

Type

One piece butt and forestock assembly w/wo an adjustable cheek rest. R and L avail

Same

Same

Material

Walnut or Beech

Walnut

Same

Spacers

8 mm Thickness ( 5/16 in)

Two horizontal angle spacers and seven 3 mm buttplate/cheek rest spacers

Same

SIGHT DATA

Rear Sight - Type

Micrometer adjustable eyepiece with fixed aperture

Micrometer adjustable eyepiece w/fixed aperture and hinged protective cup

Same

Adjustment

Increments of 1/6 minute. 1/6 minute equals 2.5mm displacement at 50 m and 5.0mm at 100 m

Increments of 1/6 minute. Once click (1/6 minute) elevation or azimuth moves the MPI 0.6 mm at 10 m or 5 mm at 100 m

Same

Front Sight - Type

Globe (tunnel) front sight with interchangeable elements ranging from 1.7 mm to 5.5 mm aperture diam and post width from 1.7mm to 3.8mm

Globe (tunnel) front sight fitted with a hinged protective cup and interchangeable aperture and post inserts

Same

AMMUNITION DATA

Type

Rimfire Cartridge

Same

Same

Size

5.6 x 16R (.22 cal LR)

Same

Same

MAGAZINE DATA

Type

Nil

Detachable Box

Same

Capacity

Nil

5 Rounds plus 3 spare rounds

Same

Quantity

Nil

5

Same



The Rifle, .22 Calibre, Anschütz, Model 1403

.22 cal. Anschutz Model 1403

The Rifle, .22 Calibre, Anschütz, Model 1403 is a competition rifle used by the Canadian Armed Forces for training and recreational purposes.

The model 1403 rifle is a heavy barrel, .22 calibre, manually operated, single shot, hand fed, bolt action rifle with an adjustable two stage trigger. It fires 5.6 by 16 R (.22 Long Rifle) ammunition. It has an applied manual safety.


IDENTIFICATION

Manufacturer

JG Anschütz EngH Ulm Donau FRG

Model

Target 1403

Manufacturer Part Number

1403

 

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

PHYSICAL DATA

Rifle

 

Length

110.0 cm (43.3 in.)

Weight

3.85 kg (8.49 lb)

OPERATING DATA

System of Operation

Anschütz Match 64 hand fed single shot, manual bolt action

Safety Feature

Applied safety locks both the bolt and trigger

Muzzle Velocity

340 mps (1 100 fps)

BARREL DATA

Type

Anschütz Match 64 Cal .22 long rifle

Calibre

0.22 in.

Length

63.18 cm (24.875 in.)

RIFLING PARTICULARS

Number of Grooves

8

Pitch

1 turn in 41.91 cm (16.5 in.)

Direction of Twist

Right hand

TRIGGER DATA

Type

Adjustable, two stage, Anschütz Match with safety catch

Model

5091

Trigger pull weight

150 g (5.3 oz)

Range of Adjustments

140 to 200 g (5.0 oz. to 7.0 oz)

Adjustments

Trigger pull weight, Catch overlap, Trigger over-travel

STOCK DATA

Type

One size butt and forestock, adjustable in overall length

SIGHT DATA

Rear Sight

Type

Micrometer adjustable eyepiece with fixed aperture

Model

6705

Adjustments

Increments of 1/6 minute. One click (1/6 minute) in elevation or azimuth moves the MPI 0.6 mm at 10 m or 5 mm at 100 m

Front Sight

Type

Globe (tunnel) front sight with interchangeable elements (5) with aperture ranging from 2.2 mm to 4.0 mm (0.087 to 0.157 in.) diameter or post (2) in width of 1.7 mm and 3.8 mm (0.07 to 0.15 in.)

Model

6522

AMMUNITION DATA

Size

5.6 by 16R (.22 cal long rifle)

Type

Rimfire cartridges with lead bullets



The Rifle, .177 Calibre, Anschütz, Air Rifle Model 380


.177 cal Anschutz Air Rifle

The Rifle, Air, .177 calibre, Anschütz, Model 380 is a competition air rifle used by Canadian Armed Forces cadets for training and target shooting competition.

The Model 380 Air Rifle is a light barrel, lever operated, manually loaded, single shot, competition rifle that fires 4.5 mm (0.177 inch) pellets. It has no applied safety.


IDENTIFICATION

Manufacturer

J.G. Anschütz Gm b HD-7900 Ulm/Donau FRG

Model

Match 380

Manufacturers Part Number

380

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

PHYSICAL DATA

Rifle

Length

107 cm (42.13 in.)

Weight

4.72 kg (10.38 lbs.)

OPERATIONAL DATA

System of Operation

Manual lever single shot

Safety Feature

No applied safety

Muzzle Velocity

107.69 mps (560 fps)

BARREL DATA

Type

Floating

Calibre

4.5 mm (0.177 in.)

Length

51.44 cm (20.25 in.)

RIFLING PARTICULARS

Number of Grooves

12

Direction of Twist

Right hand

Twist Rate

1 in 35.56 cm (1 in 14 in.)

TRIGGER DATA

Type

Two stage

Adjustments

Trigger pull weight, catch overlap, trigger over-travel

STOCK DATA

Type

One piece butt and forestock assembly with an adjustable cheek piece, adjustable in overall length

SIGHT DATA

Sight Radius

Normal 73.03 cm (28.75 in.)

Rear Sight

Type

Micrometer adjustable eyepiece with fixed aperture

Model

6705

Adjustment

Increments of 1/6 minute, or 1 click in elevation or azimuth moves the MPI 0.6 mm (0.02 in.) at 10 m (10.94 yds.)

Front Sight

Type

Globe (tunnel) front sight with inter-changeable elements with five (5) apertures ranging from 3.7 mm (0.15 in.) to 4.5 mm (0.18 in.) diametre or two (2) post sights in widths of 1.7 mm (0.07in.) and 2.6 mm (0.10 in.)

Model

6724

PELLET

Type

Diabolo (soft lead)

Size

4.5 mm (0.177 in.)


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