Unfortunately we do not have direct sales, please contact your gunsmith or dealer. You can find a selection of dealers here:
Yes, we still offer magazines in different calibers. Please order at your gunsmith or dealer.
Since our core competence is primarily the manufacture of weapons, it is up to the shooter/hunter to find the optimal ammunition, which should therefore also be adapted to the individual requirements of the hunting ground and game.
In principle, shortening the barrel is possible. However, you have to keep in mind that there will be a certain loss of performance. You should go by the configurations on our website. That means, we do NOT, FOR EXAMPLE, offer a MOUNTAIN in caliber .300WM, so you should NOT, FOR EXAMPLE, shorten a barrel in .300WM to 508 mm either. Please also discuss your plans with your gunsmith.
You can determine the age of the weapon with the help of the proof mark (usually on the barrel and/or receiver).
Either you will find the month and year stamped next to the proof mark or three letters were used. You can decipher the letter code with the help of the table: https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beschussamt_(%C3%96sterreich)
How many pieces were produced?
Unfortunately, a lot of information and documents were destroyed during the world wars.
We ask for your understanding that we therefore cannot offer any further information.
If you are interested in the history of our company, we offer a historical treatise in our fanshop. Here you will also find information about historical models.
AKAH has its own young hunter package for Germany:
Catalog 2021/2022 – AKAH – Albrecht Kind GmbH
02. Rifles + Shotguns
The models CLII and SM12 differ substantially through the type of cocking. The CLII cocks the bolt by opening and closing the bolt, and the SM12 is a hand cocking system (H.C.S.™). Here, the weapon is shortly before the shooting cocked through the cocking slide, which is situated behind the bolt, or when the shooter does not come to the shot, released.
All rifles are optimally adjusted ex works. We would like to point out that changing this setting later can endanger your safety and that of others! We would therefore kindly ask you to contact your gunsmith!
In principle, you can very easily determine the twist length of your rifle yourself.
Unload your rifle and remove the bolt. Ideally, use a cleaning rod with a ball bearing and attach a felt to a felt holder. Insert the cleaning rod into the barrel near the chamber until you feel the first resistance. Now mark the cleaning rod at the end of the system (receiver) and at the top just after the cleaning rod handle. Push the cleaning rod in until the mark has made one rotation and mark the cleaning rod again according to the system.
If you now measure the distance between the two marks on your cleaning rod, then you have the twist length (length in mm/ 25.4mm = length in inches). You can also find a lot of tutorials on the Internet for determining the twist length of weapons.