Diese Website verwendet Cookies, um das Angebot nutzerfreundlicher und effektiver zu machen. Mit der Nutzung dieser Website stimmen Sie der Verwendung von Cookies zu.Weitere Informationen über die Verwendung von Cookies und die Möglichkeit der Verwendung von Cookies zu widersprechen, finden Sie hier.
Electronic mechanism providing absolute minimum lock time from trigger release to the moment of firing.
Ball & socket pivotal points provide a friction free action.
The possibility of accidental release - due to exeptionally light trigger pressures is guarded by a light beam sensor witch spans the trigger guard. Not until the finger is correctly positioned to pull the trigger will this circuit close to open that of the trigger.
Trigger pressure options are available - it is factory fitted with one that offers 22 - 160 g but the pistol is also supplied with two different pressure springs that give the ranges of either 5 - 22 g or 160 - 900 g.
Dry-fire is possible.
Battery life gives approximately 8000 shots.
Morini wrap-around anatomical grips - right or left hand - are factory standard.
Lothar Walther precision barrel.
Fully adjustable rearsight with the patended adjustable width cut-out.
Muzzle compensator and weight are avaible extra.
Standard with 5.0 mm foresight - options are: 3.5, 4.0, 4.5, 5.5, & 6.0 mm at extra cost.
Supplied in a rigid case with instruction, tools, cleaning rod and guarantee.
Leider gibt es für diesen Aussteller kein deutsches Firmenprofil.
Morini Competition Arm S.A. was established in Italy in 1973 as an anatomical grip maker for target pistols. Back then, shooters still hadn't started using personalized grips, all attention having been focused on the mechanical aspect of the gun.
Morini's were the first grips whose anatomical design was considered to be of paramount importance. From the beginning, at Morini the grip was seen as the interface between gun & shooter and therefore a very important element of harmony.
Increased grip production due to orders from Hämmerli and the production of the company's first free pistol in 1980 (model CM 80) resulted in Morini increasing its production capacity, going from a small scale workshop to an industrial company in 1982.