A fine introduction to competition pistol shooting.
Equipment designed for entry-level competition shooters require every bit as much forethought and expertise as that designed for experts. The newcomer to competition shooting needs a pistol capable of high performance, at reasonable cost, within an uncomplicated, practical format. Combining these features, in conjunction with Alfa Proj Spol, is what led to the development of the Alfa, a pistol that offers everything you need to get you into the challenging, and immensely rewarding sport of target pistol competition.
With its compressed air resevoir housed in the grip, and over 80 recoilless shots from every re-charge, the Alfa makes a perfect training pistol or club competition pistol, and if you're ready to take up the target pistol challenge, the ideal introduction is ready and waiting.
The Alfa Pistol what's in it for you?
The Alfa pistol has more performance features that many airguns twice its size, and twice its cost. Within its recoilless, precharged pneumatic action, a power regulator has been installed to maintain consistency of muzzle energy and because the air reservoir is in the pistol's stippled walnut grip, the Afla's balance is excellent and assists on-aim stability. Further stability comes from the slots in the pistol's barrel shroud, which form an anti-flip muzzle brake, and the mounting rail at the base of the shroud which accepts the supplied counterweight for perfect balance. the match-type trigger offers multiple position and let-off adjustments, and the Alfa can be 'dry fired', providing a training facility without needing to discharge pellets. the pistol's competition sights are fully adjustable, and the front post can be rotated to offer your preferred sight picture, making the Alfa a genuine handful of target shooting potential.
|Stock Options:||Ambidextrous stock|
|Loading:||Single shot. Sliding breech|
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In keeping with the UK law on the sale of air guns, any purchase of an air gun must be conducted in person at a Registered Firearms Dealer (RFD) and by persons over the age of 18. This can be either at The Dorset Gun Company (UK) Ltd or can be finalised at your local RFD for a transfer fee of £15. You will need to present a form of identification when collecting the gun.