Originally designed for use under especially hard conditions, the Mauser M12 Impact is the perfect partner on the range or in the field. It features a graphite-coloured synthetic stock and matte, silver-coloured barrel and action coated with Ilaflon for maximum rust protection. This is supplemented by an extremely durable plastic stock with non-slip SoftTouch coating.
Barrel length 51 cm (20"):
Caliber: .308 Win.
Magazine capacity: 5+1
Overall length: 101.5 cm (40")
Weight: approx. 3 kg (6¾ lbs)
3-position SRS firing pin safety
Solid-steel 20MOA Picatinny rail
Uncompromising, crisp single-stage trigger
Detachable 5-round zigzag magazine
Ergonomic extended bolt handle with 60° bolt lift
Bolt head with six solid lugs for maximum safety
Wide loading breech (allowing loading from the top)
Outstanding bolt throw
High accuracy thanks to direct locking in the cold hammer forged barrel
Detailed plastic stock with non-slip SoftTouch coating
Ilaflon coating for maximum rust protection
Short, light, fluted barrel, treaded for moderator(15x1) incl. cap
When a customer complained to Mauser that its M12 rifle is 'no...
How Mauser Made a 1,000m Rifle
When a customer complained to Mauser that its M12 rifle is 'not fit for purpose', Mauser's Robert Sajitz wanted to know why. What is wrong? Can Mauser fix it? the answer is yes - and it is easier than the experts at Mauser thought. The customer said that the rifle was incapable of shooting at 1,000 metres. Well, that's a long way further than Mauser expected. So Mauser added a rail that allowed a 1,000-metre shot. but is the rifle up to it. We ask long-range expert Andrew Venables of WMS Firearms Training. h e puts it up against a standard .338 Lapua sniper rifle on one of his big ranges in West Wales. Find out what happens.
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This item appears in Fieldsports Britain, episode 317 http://bit.ly/fieldsportsbritain317
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