Aydt Rifle

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German Aydt Schuetzen rifle - 8.15x46R mm

The swinging-block action Aydt system was designed by German gunsmith Carl Wilhelm Aydt (1847-1923) and patented in 1885. Aydt target rifles and pistols (known under German terms Schuetzen and Scheibenbüchse) were produced until 1939 by C.G. Haenel Waffenfabrik, F.W. Heym Gewehr-Fabrik, August Schüler and other manufacturers. Most popular chambering for these guns was 8.15x46R. Together with Martini system, Aydt system was most widely used in German target rifles of late 19th-early 20th century.

Main production versions of Aydt system were Original-Aydt of Haenel production, and Aydt-Reform and Aydt-Ideal versions, produced by Schüler. Unlike original Aydt, Schüler models had an internal extractor and some other minor improvements.

The Aydt Rifle and variants can be seen in the following films, television series, video games, and anime used by the following actors:

Film

Title Actor Character Note Date
Trail of the Falcon (Spur des Falken) US Cavalymen, Dacota warriors 1968
White Wolves (Weisse Wölfe) US Cavalymen, Cheyenne warriors, bandits 1969
Ulzana Apache warriors 1974
Blood Brothers (Blutsbrüder) US Cavalrymen, Cheyennes warriors 1975
The Scout (Der Scout) Nez Perces warriors 1983



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