The GPR1 air rifle is the result of a collaboration between Giampiero Pardini and Niccolò
Campriani, the Olympic Champion and two Olymic Records holder from London, 2012. “The
beating heart” of the GPR1 – as Mr. Pardini likes to call it – is the evolution of mechanical
innovations that have already been adopted by the Pardini’s air pistols. It has a “cryodesmodromic”
trigger made from cryogenically treated steel components and an efficient recoil
reducer (Absorber). The highlights of the GPR1 project is the modular stock, made of lightweight
7075 alloy (Ergal) and the ergonomic design. All of the accessories allow numerous adjustments
on (in) the three axes and are available in kits for right-handed or left-handed shooters. The stock,
grip, hand rest, barrel and butt plate have screw-fitted counterweights. 2016 brings new look for
the GPR1 - true pass-through eyelets that make the GPR1 lighter and the profile - unmistakable.
The TOP, EVO and Pro have a new wood and aluminum hand-rest, designed according to the
specific recommendations of Petra Zublasing - 2014 AR40 world champion. The GPR1 rifle is
available in four versions: TOP, EVO, PRO and BASIC (without accessories).
BASIC model components:
This model is provided without rear
sight, tunnel, riser locks.
The Basic equipment is offered with a
wooden hand-rest without the weight set
and an ambidextrous cheek piece.
The grip is available in 3 different sizes
(S-M-L) for right-handed shooters and 1
size for left-handed shooters.