Blaser EBS® – Ejection Ball System
Whether or not you hit your target is decided before you even mount your shotgun. Smooth movements controlled bintuition and precise mechanical operations are the keys to success. The entire process starts when closing the shotgun. Conventional ejector systems cock their ejector springs when the gun is closed, which leads to increased resistance and weak ejection over time. This resistance interferes with the smooth flow of movements and disturbs the shooter’s concentration. The EBS® system activates the ejectors when a shot is red and cocks them when opening the gun. The ejector springs are always decocked when the gun is stored in order to prevent spring fatigue. Resistance when closing the gun is always kept to a minimum, whether the ejectors were previously activated or not.

Innovative monocoque receiver design
Design concepts developed in Formula 1 racing were the basics in selecting of materials for the F16. From the unique Gun Metal Grey surface coatings to laser hardening principals developed for cars travelling at 230MPH. Safety and strength are more than words they are a necessity.

Reinforced ring
The F16 has been designed from the ground up to use steel shot and dealing with the stresses of using this type of ammunition have been incorporated throughout the design process.



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