What does the German word pirschbuchsen mean?

No more Blaser R8 allowed at EGUN ???

@Rotmilan.

We don't seem so far apart ...

With the story with the R93, I have to agree with you. That was really a quantum leap back then, even if it wasn't a feast for the eyes from a purely visual point of view.
Over 100,000 pieces of that thing were sold. If you look at the components, you must have earned a pig's money with the weapon. In terms of production, such a system can only cost "a few marks".
I just don't like the policies of this company overall. Success or not.
There would be:
- The "swallowing" of Sauer. Layoffs in the traditional Eckernförde location, although they would have had the best prerequisites for a successful future up there.
- The "Sauer 97". Selling a BBF 95 with two locks as Sauer was a mockery of every traditionalist!
- In the middle of the 90s there were special models of the BBF700 / 88 for established BüMa under their name. Back then, they sold the soul they had built up over centuries for Blaser. And with it Blaser also opened up the market for "classic" combined products even further.
- etc ......
About the Krieghoff Drilling. Sure it costs a lot more, but when I look at that thing on the high seat, I forget the drama at home ...

A firearm should be safe, precise, practical and affordable for you. Who does not want that. But that doesn't just apply to Blaser. Above all, the point affordable ... I'll just say jackets and co. They are just as good for me, and more affordable ...
By the way, my double rifle is very precise. Thanks to the original Fortner muzzle adjustment! Well, it was more expensive than an R93. But I always get good money for them, you shouldn't forget that.
With a driven hunt weapon I generally expect more precision than with a hide weapon. If I can hang up calmly, the shot may deviate a little. You can't say exactly afterwards anyway.
That’s why I’m good at Ferlacher for this too. And she is "beautiful" too ...

It's true, the BüMa are not all as blaser-heavy as they were a few years ago. Ours here on site currently swears by Haehnel. It's also a pure factory weapon. But with a top P / L ratio. I'll get the single shot rifle soon. A great stalking rifle that can get dirty from time to time.
The "taste" with the Egun story still sticks with Blaser. That’s what it was all about ...



Blaser, Suzuki, all-purpose dog? Come to the Upper Palatinate. There you will find the clan in rows .... Go on driven hunts in the maize with DD (only in the kennel, not rummaging or tearing on the leash wildly), with a shotgun or R93 with ZF 8x56 ..., and shoot around wildly then to perforate the roof of a Jimny ........ I've seen it twice ..........
The next time I hunt, I'll take a photo of the parking lot. I'll send that to Suzuki Germany as a promotional photo ......

Greetings Noblaser

P.S. Tonight I'm practicing picking up quotations ...