HW50S is shown with diopter rear sight and front globe sight, which accepts inserts (1 insert included). Order the gun with either a diopter or micrometer rear sight.
HW50S is shown with micrometer rear sight and front globe sight, which accepts inserts (1 insert included). Order the gun with either a diopter or micrometer rear sight. If you buy the gun with the micrometer rear sight and later decide you want the di
Raised cheekpiece makes it easier to align your eye with the sights.
Diopter rear sight adjusts for windage and elevation
Globe front sight accepts inserts. Post insert is included.
Micrometer rear sight adjusts for windage and elevation.
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|Max Velocity||574 fps|
|Cocking Effort||20 lbs.|
|Front Sight||Globe w/Aperture Inserts|
|Rear Sight||Diopter/micrometer adjustable|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/target practice|
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Things I liked: The trigger is great, the rifle is very accurate and the barrel lockup is solid.
Things I would have changed: With the strange barrel linkage the gun really would benefit from a longer barrel, it takes about the same effort to cock as my R10. My gun is also heavier than the spec. but this may vary with wood density from gun to gun.
What others should know: I waited until I had 7-800 rounds through the gun before saying my gun could really use a tune. It does vibrate more than I am use to and I am comparing it to an HW80,FWB124,R10,HW30 and an HW55. However it is less hold sensitive than the first 3. It could still smooth out but I am thinking an oversized piston seal and spring guide would give it that satisfying thud firing cycle.
Things I liked: can't say it any better than Steve from USA did above
Things I would have changed: same
What others should know: the diopter equipped model comes with field (notch) sights that mount in traditional location as well as the rear-mounting peep sight so can be switched back and forth as desired between field and target with two of the front inserts being different width posts to go with the notch sight
Things I liked: Superb German quality. Finish on steel parts is smooth. Bluing is deep and dark. No burrs or file marks. Wood finish is even and smooth as glass. Evokes pride of ownership. Right from box, rifle grouped five shots within 1/4" from 25 yards with aperture sight. Exudes quality. Smooth, fast discharge. Precise construction. You can shoot this rifle for hours and not get tired of cocking it or carrying it. Fills niche between low-powered guns and heavy, magnum air rifles. No plastic parts.
Things I would have changed: Nothing. Weihrauch has been making high quality air rifles for over a hundred years. They got it right.
What others should know: In 1979, now defunct Air Rifle Headquarters sold an HW 50 D-X for $278.50. I paid $352.00 at Pyarmyd Air for my HW50S with the aperture sight. This is a fantastic deal! My HW50S with last for years and the price will become insignificant with each shot and I won't have that feeling of having settled for less. Nothing beats Weihrauch quality in this price range. My HW50S is my ninth HW rifle. I wish I could buy a new HW35L in .22 and .177.
|Max Velocity||574 fps|