STANDARD Rifle 300m, MOD. 98

Cal. 7,5 x 55 Swiss, Cal. 308 Winchester (7,62 Nato), Cal. 6 mmBR, single-shot or repetition


Barrel:
Length 647 mm, stress relieved chromium molybdenum steel.

System:
Long side dovetail block with TANNER sight. Cylinder breech-block head of solid chromium nickel steel with 2 strong lugs, case-hardened and polished. Location in cartridge rim centered accurately with the barrel. Very rapid ignition. Firing-pin safety catch (will only fire when fully locked). Convenient right-hand safety catch locks the pin. Loading and unloading at "safe".

Trigger:
Adjustable in length. Trigger pull weight combined with pressure point ensures an adjustment from 800 to 2000 g. It can also be used for free match shooting. ISSF standard 1500 g.
NEW: The trigger of the standard rifle was improved by another innovation. The new Tanner triggers are provided with a translation role which offers the advantage that the arised friction forces, when pressing the trigger, can hardly be noticed by the shooter. The use of the role is unique in the rifle technology. This promotes the adjustment possibilities and even with a heavy pull weight, the trigger still feels dynamic. Older Tanner rifle models (as from model 85) can be converted within 30 minutes.

Firing:
Fast, instant, vibration-free ignition (firing path 5,5 mm).

Sights:
TANNER micro-precision-diopter with play loose noth adjustment, equipped with adjustable iris aperture. By request upcharge for 5- or 10-color-filter, with or without polarization 0.6 - 3.0 mm , left displaced.

Stock:
Made of well-seasoned walnut. Rugged pistol-grip design with adjustable cheek piece to ISSF standards. Forestock with alloy grip rail, adjustable sling attachment.

Magazine:
Removable magazine for 10 cartridges. Solid magazine holder. Each weapon is tested with 2 overpressure cartridges and is supplied with a precision test-firing data sheet for the 300 m range.

SPECIAL:
Left-handed version possible with upcharge.

Weight:
5,5 kg (max. to ISSF)

Subject to design modifications without notice - 2013