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ANSCHÜTZ celebrate the 160-years company anniversary on the IWA 2016


ANSCHÜTZ celebrate the 160-years company anniversary on the IWA 2016

After four very successful and exciting exhibition days ANSCHÜTZ draw again a very positive conclusion also on the IWA to the 160-years company anniversary. About 1.450 exhibitors and around 42.000 professional visitors from over 120 countries came to the Exhibition Centre in Nuremberg, Germany and visit the already 42. international leading fair of hunting and sport shooting.








Also this year were made many new contacts, welcomed customers and showed the international audience new products from the house of ANSCHÜTZ.

The main focus at ANSCHÜTZ this year was on the new products out of the target assortment. Next to the target air rifle 9015 ONE and the 9015 PRECISE it also was presented the new PRECISE rear sight.




Please find here more information to the new model 9015 in stock ONE.





Please find here more information to the new model 9015 in stock PRECISE.



Here you can download the current PRECISE rear sight flyer for free.



There were shown news also out of the ANSCHÜTZ hunting product range. Beside the new hunting repeater model 1771 in different executions and calibers there were exhibit different variations out of the popular model 1727 F.




Please find here more information to the new model 1771 D Walnut German stock.






Please find here more information to the new model 1771 D GRS stock.


All product news you will find in our new ANSCHÜTZ-catalogues.
The new hunting line catalogue you can download free of charge here on our hunting-download side. Our new target line catalogue is also available for free on our target-download side.

The team of ANSCHÜTZ is already looking forward to the IWA 2017 and the exchange with the specialist dealers and customers from all over the world. Impressions of this year's IWA you will find here at our event-photographs.

Yours ANSCHÜTZ Newsletter-team





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