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IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING THE HANDLING OF COMPRESSED AIR CYLINDERS


IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING THE HANDLING OF COMPRESSED AIR CYLINDERS

ANSCHÜTZ compressed air cylinders (max. 200 bar) are subjected to a very extensive and costly type approval test as well as comprehensive ongoing testing and acceptance, covering the entire manufacturing process.

In the recent years the number of compressed air clinders from other manufacturers on the market risen significantly.

ANSCHÜTZ can not guarantee for your safety by using NON-original ANSCHÜTZ compressed air cylinders. Please also refer to the genuine TÜV Quality Seal on your compressed air cylinder. Please do not use any compressed air cylinders that do not exhibit this Quality Seal! You may endanger yourself and others !

The use of compressed air clinders from other manufacturers can lead to very expensive repair costs for your air rifle and at worst safety can no longer be guaranteed and even severe injuries might occur.


Please only use original ANSCHÜTZ air cylinders and read the operating manual carefully! For damages of any kind, due to changes of parts, alterations or assembly of NON-ANSCHÜTZ air cylinders, your warranty will cease to exist and ANSCHÜTZ GmbH & Co. KG will assume no liability for injuries and damages.

Please find here more information:
How long can Original-ANSCHÜTZ compressed air cylinders be used?
What has to be considered in connection with compressed air cylinders?
Can I repair or maintain my compressed air cylinder myself?
What compressed air cylinders must be used?
Can i use non-genuine ANSCHÜTZ compressed air cylinders in ANSCHÜTZ compressed air rifles?





Your safety when handling your ANSCHÜTZ rifle is most important for us. To deliver products of high quality is the main concern of ANSCHÜTZ, and this is and will be valid for the future, too.

We would ask you to please forward this information to the shooters around you in order to reach a wide spreading.

Best regards,

Yours ANSCHÜTZ-team






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