Gletcher M1891 “Trench Gun” CO2 .177 Steel BB Rifle

£149.99

The Gletcher M1891 is a pneumatic CO2 replica of the classic Trench Gun 1944 Mosin Nagant military Rifle.

It was used down the trenches.

One particular objective of the rebels that carried this gun was to be able to conceal it in appropriate situations. Adding to the inherent characteristics of this sawed off rifle, this gun has a removable sight. This functionality was included in the Gletcher M1891 in order to stay true to the historical accuracy of this weapon.

  • Imitation wood stock
  • Metal slide
  • .177 Steel BB
  • Bolt-mounted safety
  • CO2 powered
  • Single action

gletcher m1891 air rifle

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Description

The Gletcher M1891 is a pneumatic CO2 replica of the classic sawed-Off 1944 Mosin Nagant military Rifle.

It was used down the trenches.

One particular objective of the rebels that carried this gun was to be able to conceal it in appropriate situations. Adding to the inherent characteristics of this sawed off rifle, this gun has a removable sight. This functionality was included in the Gletcher M1891 in order to stay true to the historical accuracy of this weapon.

Mosin Nagant 1891 Sawn Off Shorty Air Rifle

This is a true heavyweight in the Gletcher lineup: 5.6 lbs. One can immediately appreciate the solid feel of the Gletcher M1891 considering the barrel, bolt mechanism, and magazine are all made of metal.

Inspired by its legendary design which was made famous during the Russian Civil War, this timeless piece will appeal to the collector and sports shooter alike.

gletcher m1891 air rifle

  • Imitation wood stock
  • Metal slide
  • .177 Steel BB
  • Bolt-mounted safety
  • CO2 powered
  • Single action

 

Shoot, pull back the bolt, shoot again, and once again pull back the bolt. This was the only way to shoot from manual bolt action rifles. The Gletcher M1891 works exactly the same way! The ammunition in the gun barrel for subsequent shots is actually fed into the firing chamber by opening the rifle’s bolt.

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