The HW35 was first produced back in 1951, since when production has never stopped, making it the oldest spring powered air rifle still in production today. The model today is almost identical to those back then, but with some slight tweaks over the years to make it more consistent, accurate, and powerful than it was back then.
The break barrel action features a locking mechanism to ensure that the barrel is positively locked in the correct position before each shot to maximise accuracy and consistency, and with a Weihrauch precision rifled steel barrel the precision is absolutely superb.
The stock is a Beech sporter with a raised cheek piece to the right hand side, and a contoured rubber butt pad which fits nicely into the shoulder. The stock doesn't have any checkering engraved into it, which helps to preserve the sporty flowing lines.
Open sights are included as standard, and the rifle has a 9-11mm rail to mount additional optics. Scope and mounts as pictured are not included.