Hämmerli is a Swiss manufacturer of firearms aimed mostly at sport shooting, especially Olympic events governed by the International Shooting Sport Federation.
In 2006, Hämmerli was taken over by
Carl Walther GmbH Sportwaffen and they have licensed the Hämmerli brand to Umarex USA.
History [ edit ]
The Hämmerli brand dates back to 1863 when Johann Ulrich Hämmerli founded the company to make rifle barrels for the
Swiss Army. From then on, Hämmerli was a manufacturer of rifle barrels, firearms, and firearm components. In 1950, Hämmerli produced Olympic rifles that were used to win gold medals at the next four Olympics.
Pistols [ edit ]
Standard and Centre-fire pistols [ edit ]
These pistols are used in
25 m Standard Pistol, 25 m Center-Fire Pistol ( center-fire pistol) and 25 m Pistol ( sport pistol) events.
208, 208s ( discontinued), .22 LR
212 ( discontinued), .22 LR,″Jägerschaftspistole″, later modification of the 208
215 ( discontinued), .22 LR, less luxurious version of 208
280 ( discontinued), .22 LR or .32 S&W Long ( Wadcutter)
SP20 ( discontinued), .22 LR or .32 S&W Long
SP20 RRS, .22 LR or .32 S&W Long Trailside, .22 LR, Formerly the SIG/Hämmerli Trailside and is now the Hämmerli/X-esse
Free pistol [ edit ]
Air pistol [ edit ]
300 m rifle [ edit ]
Air rifle [ edit ]
AR20, .177 caliber pre-charged-pneumatic (PCP) Air rifle used to compete in 10 m Air Rifle events.
External links [ edit ]