Written on: 30/06/2008 by lowscore (3 reviews written)
The Feinwerkbau/FWB Model 65 is a truly classic target airpistol. First introduced in the mid 1960's, it was THE target air pistol for many, many years. I believe that there are still international records held by it. Production ended in the late 1990's. It is a spring piston airpistol which was designed for accuracy, not power. It is considered recoilless because of a sliding action of the receiver to absorb the recoil. Cocking and compressing the spring is done by pulling back on a... (read more)
Written on: 18/12/2010 by Plumber 1 (3 reviews written)
I made a new purchase of an FWB #65 Mark II pistol years ago. It's always
been a beautiful pistol, it does deliever in accuracy and trigger control.
It's a work of art and a mechanical masterpiece. I participate in organized pistol silhouette shooting it keeps up with all the other major european manfactures for olympic level class of air pistols. After a match of 40 rounds it's so constant with power from the dual spring power plant.
The international grips feels so good it's floats in your... (read more)
Written on: 05/12/2009
A great pistol made with great skill. It has terrific balance and will become a part of your hand and it will teach you. It shoots strengths and true and if you ever own one thing in your life that people who know will remark on it's this 65. It goes into the hand and becomes the measure of your eye it only awaits your timing. (read more)
Written on: 07/05/2009 by twonewfeins (1 review written)
i recently purchased a model 65 feinwerkbau serial no 19813, so its an oldie! but this thing is so accurate....it amazes me. ive never missed a target,im not a competitive shooter...yet :) i lay a pop can with the mouth hole facing me,at about 12 to 15 metres,and i can get it in there!, not every time, when imiss,its only by a hair. It feels very good in the hand,i use it more than my model 90. price was not cheap..545.00 and the 90 was 995.00 i feel i was lucky as ive not seen them in... (read more)
Written on: 16/12/2008
In the 1970's and the early 1980's this pistol was use by virtually all the top marksmen. It won 102 consecultive medals at major championships and is still capable of match winning performances (read more)
Written on: 24/11/2008 by jabarret (4 reviews written)
The engineering and craftsmanship are nearly perfect. It is more accurate than anyone can shoot. It's a classic.. This is one of the finest target air pistols made and perhaps the most accurate out-of-the-box spring air pistol. Less well-known features include: (1) in addition to having a fully adjustable trigger, it has a switch that allows one to practice with much higher center-fire trigger pull weights then go back to target air pistol weights without fine adjusting the trigger and (2)... (read more)
Written on: 23/11/2008 by El oso
From all I have tested, it is the only I can tell, is really made taking care of quality. I wish to buy one after trying one, high prescicion, good balance (read more)
Written on: 10/11/2008
A must have for collectors. A sturdy air pistol with incredible accuracy and consistency. The Feinwerkbau Model 65 air pistol is a great weapon to have around (read more)
Written on: 02/03/2008 by Liam37 (10 reviews written)
I have read many good things about this German pistol for awhile now, and when the chance to pick up one came along; I leapt on it!
I was fortunate to acquire a mint condition; looks as good as the day it must have come out of the factory, Feinwerkbau Model 65, .177 Target Pistol. The gold standard of target shooting excellence in the 80's (since supplanted by PCP pistols); this many time Olympic Gold Medal winner is still one of the best target pistols on the used market today (often sold... (read more)
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