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Tennstempelrifle

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Tennstempelrifle

Børsemaker Hans Larsen, Drammen.
Fallblokksystem med hevarm.

Merket: Staal H. Larsen Drammen Patent på pipen.
Nøttetre todelt stokk med to skyvere. Kinnpute og pistolgrep med nettskjærimng. Stål pussestokk.
Midten av 1870-tallet.

PROVENIENS: Per Kjell Hagen, Hønefoss

LITTERATUR: M. W. Hauerbach: "Bøssemaker i Drammen Hans Larsen, 15.12.1823 - 6.1.1907", Drammen 1975.

Fra http://norskevaapen.no/:

Norway’s perhaps best known and most pronounced gunsmith was Hans Larsen from Drammen. He was immensely creative and established business in Drammen and Kristiania (Oslo) in Norway and in Liege in Belgium.

He designed revolver-rifles in the late 1850’s, breech-loading rifles (kammerladere) and drillings with twin-barreled shotgun + rifle barrel in 1860, wonderful "tennstempel" rifles with firing needle in 1865 and repeating rifles in 1875. It is the high quality falling blocks (tendstempel rifle) he probably is best known for today.

Hans Larsen is probably best known for his tennstempel rifles today, but really was a true entrepreneur of his time. He finished his training as gunsmith in 1845 and established his own business in Drammen in 1846. In 1858 his first genuine designs start appearing and in 1865 the first of the tennstempel rifles was made (he also invented things for the railroads, for loading ammunition etc).

Related to firearms, Larsen was of the right age to be in the middle of the transition period. He started out with muzzle loaders and through his ingenuity he set a number of standards for cartridge firing weapons. In these fairly few years from the early 1860’s to the late 1880’s most of the mechanisms we still use for hunting and target weapons were invented. Larsen’s single shot tennstempel design from the mid 1860’s was still "The Rifle" long after the Krag Jørgensen repeating rifle was introduced in the late 1890’s at a much lower price. The first tennstempel rifle with a falling block was made as early as in 1867.

Larsen also made a number of designs for seal and polar bear shooting in the ice. These were rugged rifles that would shoot well under any condition. The revolver rifle was designed for this use.

Although Larsen knew Ole H. J. Krag (later to become the managing director at Kongsberg Våpenfabrikk) from the late 1860's and Erik Jørgensen (Krag Jørgensen) had been one of his apprentices, Larsen never managed to get military approval on any of his designs.


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