Today I have the great honor to show you Anschütz 9015 ONE. It’s an outstanding air rifle. Maybe the best I have ever tested?
Check out my review, test and video.
Specifications of Anschütz 9015 ONE
The system is made of high-quality materials. The barrel is made of stainless steel and has a female thread on the barrel end. You can use an adapter that adapts to 1/2″ UNF. A compensator or silencer can then be attached to it.
The cocking lever, located on the right, can be pulled and returned without any effort or audible noise. The workmanship is incredibly good.
The materials used are insensitive to temperature. This is a great advantage, especially for Field Target. Often shooters complain about inaccuracies due to material changes in cold winters or hot summers.
This can happen, for example, when the air rifle is taken out of the warm car and used directly in the competition. Then, as the air rifle slowly cools down over the time, the aiming point may shift. This is, of course, terrible for competitive shooters.
If there is no shooting range available, “dry practice” with the air rifle is also possible. This means that no real shot is fired, but only the sequences and shooting are trained.
The consistency of Anschütz 9015 ONE is outstanding. In my chrony test, which you can see in the video, the deviation between the slowest and fastest shot at 10 shots was 5.9 fps (1.8 m/s).
The stock of Anschütz 9015 ONE
Another special features of Anschütz 9015 ONE is its usability for the whole family and all disciplines. The rifle is designed in a modular way so that any discipline can be shot by using different stock attachments. Whether Hunter Field Target, Field Target, Bench Rest or 10 m. Due to its adjustability, the rifle can also be used for shooters with different body sizes. An included notebook can be used to record the settings on the various adjustments for each shooter.
All components that come into contact with the shooter’s skin are made of a beautiful walnut wood. What more could you want?
The 5065 4K trigger of Anschütz 9015 ONE
The first stage travel, first stage pull, trigger weight (1.05 to 5.99 oz; 30 to 170 g), and trigger stop can be adjusted. A conversion from two-stage trigger to single-stage trigger is possible. The trigger blade can be moved along the guide, adjusted in height, and swung to the side.
The trigger weight is set to 3.52 oz (100 g).
I deducted one point in handling despite all those setting options. I only did that because of the weight. I understand that the excellent materials add up to a higher weight. Nevertheless, you have to use a bit more strength when shooting it.
What is your impression of Anschütz 9015 ONE? I’m looking forward to your comments!
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