XR-100 Light Varmint
Designed and manufactured for BR25 competition, Light Varmint.
New XR-100 airgun!
Designed exclusively in .177 caliber for Bench Rest competition, in the Light Varmint modality.
Born to compete. Designed with double LOBO Airguns regulator.
With their angular shapes, they facilitate anchoring in the turret thanks to their 3" wide plate. This same plate has ballasts for its placement and thus gains the maximum possible weight.
Built with the mission of obtaining maximum precision with our pressure regulators and a Lothar Walther barrel, in addition to being able to adjust the weight and go to the maximum allowable to provide unmatched poise.
Thanks to the new barrel fixing system we can rotate our barrel to position it at the angle which provides the greatest precision. We can rotate the barrel leaving it in the degrees where the carbine has the best performance.
Lothar Walther Match precision barrel with choke, .177 caliber made by precision steel tube C35 and black oxide coating. (Bluing)
550 mm length
Anodized aluminum chassis
Maximum Pressure Tank 250 Bar
built-in pressure gauge
Trigger adjustable in:
Adjust hardness and route of the second time
Single-shot slot for the placement of the pellet.
Air tank with double pressure regulator LOBO AirGuns
The setting of the regulators will depend on the Light Varmint or Heavy Varmint mode.
Biathlon-type side-loading lever
3" wide (76.2mm) front brace
25mm wide rear support
Possibility of ballasting the carbine from the front or from the rear
The weight of the carbine in Light Varmint configuration is 3,950 grams. (without ballasts)
Rear weights of 24 grams (x5 units, including the fixing screw)
Front weights of 72.5 grams (x4 units, including the fixing screw)
New frictionless hammer system
New trigger valve specifically for powers equal to or less than 24 J
New barrel fixing system, the possibility of rotating it in the position of the best performance
11 mm rail, DOVETAIL, for fixing the scope
Autonomy at 16J with JSB Exact 0.547 grams - 180 shots
Differences between the XR-100 Light Varmint to Heavy Varmint:
Trigger guard in steel or aluminum
Sack support in steel or aluminum (with the possibility of adding ballast in both cases)
Tank pressure regulator setting
This ad contains images of the XR-100 carbine in Light Varmint and Heavy Varmint.