Umarex Air Saber PCP Compressed Air Arrow Rifle 200 Bar - 150 Joule - OD

€389,90 SRP €362,61
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Article number: 2.2336
Availability: In stock
Delivery time: 3 - 4 workingdays

IWA 2021 novelty: The Air Saber PCP compressed air arrow rifle in tactical sniper style from Umarex combines the properties of an air rifle with the penetration power of a crossbow .

The Air Javelin Airpower rifle is powered with up to 200 bar compressed air which is pumped into the rifle by means of a compressed air pump. Then the arrow is pushed into the rifle from the front until the arrow clicks into place. A push button safety device is attached to the arrow rifle for safety. If the arrow rifle is unlocked and the repeating lever is pulled, it is immediately ready to fire.

The experienced shooter can adjust the target with the included 4 x 32 rifle scope with 4x magnification for precise arrow placement.

Other aiming aids can also be mounted on the top using the continuous Picatinny rail.

Scope of delivery:

  • Air Saber PCP Compressed Air Air Archery Arrow Rifle
  • 3 pieces 24 gram AirJavelin carbon arrows
  • 4 x 32 rifle scope


drive PCP compressed air
Bullet velocity 479 fps / 150 joules
Shot capacity 30 shots
Deduction Pressure point trigger
Fuse Snap lock
length 1,035 mm
Weight 3,165 g

Attention: According to a new amendment to the German Weapons Act, this product is prohibited from being imported into Germany. All other European countries are allowed to import this product as a free weapon.

Only use Umarex Air Saber carbon arrows with Straight Flight Technology . The use of other arrows can lead to serious injuries to the archer and bystanders. The AirJavelin arrows are designed to withstand extremely high CO2 pressure.

Arrows for bows or crossbows are not strong enough to withstand the high CO2 pressure and can burst very quickly if they are under too high pressure.


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