Werndl Rifle

Werndl–Holub rifle – Wikipedia

The M1867 Werndl–Holub was a single-shot breechloading rifle that the Austro-Hungarian army adopted in 1867. It replaced the Wanzl breechloader conversion of the muzzle-loading Lorenz rifle. Josef Werndl (1831–1889) and Karel Holub (1830–1903) designed and patented their rifle; Werndl later bought out all the rights, but was involved in name only.

Designer: Josef Werndl and Karel Holub

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Jan 29, 2017 · Sold for $1,725 (with a second rifle). The first new breech-loading cartridge rifle adopted by the Austro-Hungarian military was the Model 1867 Werndl, firing the 11x42R black powder cartridge.

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Shooting the M 1867/77 Werndl rifle Part I – YouTube

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Oct 08, 2013 · Please support us at: https://www.patreon.com/capandball In this part I present you the historical background and the most important technical parameters of

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Austro-Hungarian Werndl Infantry Rifles and Carbines

Adopted at the same time (1867) as the infantry rifle, this had a nose cap but lacked barrel bands. A knob appeared on the hammer instead of a spur. Werndl carbines chambered a short-case necked 11mm cartridge developing appreciably less power than the rifle pattern.

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The M1867 Werndl–Holub was a single-shot breechloading rifle that the Austro-Hungarian army adopted in 1867. It replaced the Wanzl breechloader conversion of the muzzle-loading Lorenz rifle. Josef Werndl (1831–1889) and Karel Holub (1830–1903) designed and patented their design; Werndl later bought out …

Used by: Austria-Hungary, Montenegro, Persia, Argentina (limited use)

M1867 Werndl Holub – Military Rifles

M1867 (and M1867/77) Austrian Werndl (aka Werndl-Holub): GENERALLY: This is the rifle that got Styerwerks off the ground! As a result of the obvious superiority of the Dreyese Needle guns shown at the battle of Sadowa, Austria decided to adopt a small calibre metallic cartridge breech loader.

1867 Werndl (Video) – Forgotten Weapons

1867 Werndl (Video) January 29, 2017 Ian McCollum Single Shot Rifles , Video 17 The first new breech-loading cartridge rifle adopted by the Austro-Hungarian military was the Model 1867 Werndl , firing the 11x42R black powder cartridge.

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Austro-Hungarian Werndl Rifle for sale

Description: $695 Interesting Austro-Hungarian empire Werndl M.1867/77 infantry rifle that was still used as a secondary weapon in World War One! The rifle was made in 1869, as indicated by a date stamped on the barrel. The word, «Werndl» is stamped on the breech. The back of the barrel displays

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The M1867 Werndl-Holub was a single-shot breechloading rifle adopted by the Austro-Hungarian army in 1867. It replaced the breechloader-conversion Wanzl rifle. The rifle was designed and patented by Josef Werndl (1831-1889) and Karel Holub (1830-1903); Werndl later bought out all the rights.

Used by: Austria-Hungary, Montenegro, Persia, Argentina (limited use)

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The Wänzl rifle was a breechloading conversion of the M1854 Lorenz percussion rifle used as the service rifle of the Austro-Hungarian Empire from 1854 until it was replaced by the M1867 Werndl.

1867 Werndl – Shooters Forum

Feb 17, 2008 · Werndl’s business acumen worked and he was awarded a contract for 100,000 pieces shortly followed by the next order for a further 150,000 rifles. The company soon expanded to the size of 6,000 employees and it became necessary to develop into a public limited company.

Werndl Rifle – ParallaxBill’s Curio & Relic and Military

Jun 17, 2008 · Any load appropriate for an original trapdoor would be safe in a good Werndl Rifle. I had one years ago and had great results with just about any bullet from a 250 to a 500 using 10 to 12 grs of Unique with a light tuft of dacron over the powder.