A year ago TFB reported about German Gunworks’ exceptional G29 Viper project, and some of us saw it in real life at the German EnforceTac exhibition this spring. Neither of the times was it fully finished, but I kept in contact with the owner of the company Mr. Leitermann to make sure that we could see the end result.
The purpose of the G29 Viper project was for German GunWorks to put together a “State of the Art” weapon, which has a relation to the current precision rifle of the German Bundeswehr.
The basis of the project is the Haenel RS9, chambered in the mighty .338 Lapua Magnum as the Bundeswehr’s G29. The scope was given as well, in the form of the Steiner M5Xi 5-25×56 with the Tremor3 reticle.
Below: The state of the G29 Viper at EnforceTac 2018. I was wondering will it ever be finished?
Imagine the amount of work to plan all these stencils for the paint work!
To attach the rifle scope to the rifle, German Gunworks turned to Spuhr of Sweden, which they consider to be best manufacturers of rifle scope mounts. From a European standpoint there are also issues with
Originally posted on The Firearm Blog