2011 This new generation of match bullets has been dubbed the Scenar-L, and is a fitting successor to the vaunted Scenar family. Sharing the same aerodynamic profiles as their predecessors, the Scenar-L are the perfect choice for any type of competitive shooting.
2008 With the new X-ACT as the flagship ammunition, the enhanced .22 LR family including Midas+, Center-X, Pistol King, Pistol OSP and Polar Biathlon is announced. X-ACT has been developed after a long research period to unite all positive properties of all materials used. The shooters can benefit of its absolute accuracy and consistency and use an extremely sophisticated product of highest quality.
2006 The 6.5x47 Lapua is a cartridge designed for serious competition shooting. Lapua developed the 6.5x47 in conjunction with a Swiss rifle manufacturer, Grunig & Elmiger. The chamber and throat dimensions are optimized for target bullets. The 6.5x47 Lapua is CIP approved
2003 Unique Lapua technology. A great performing 99% copper bullet retains up to 100% of its weight. The valve at the tip of bullet opens immediately on impact, leading the bullet to expand symmetrically and without shattering. This high tech bullet design gives a maximal shock effect and it works perfectly within terminal velocities of 500 m/s - 1000 m/s. The Naturalis is extremely effective by giving a clean shot and minimizes meat loss.
1995 Lapua Midas became the world’s most accurate .22 LR cartridge. It was available in two versions: L, bullet diameter 5.69 mm and M, bullet diameter 5.67 mm. This allowed the shooter to select the right round that matches the bore dimensions of his rifle. Shooters still remember the infamous Lapua Midas gold box.
1988 Lapua’s record-breaking line of Scenar target bullets were first introduced in the 1980s, and immediately made a name for themselves. They were the very first European manufactured OTM (Open Tip Match) bullets and set the standard from that point on. In 1990, the Scenar was used in Moscow to set a new world record in 300 meter ISSF competition, points 600 out of a possible 600. Literally, a perfect score.
1988 The legendary .338 Lapua Magnum, our much-copied paragon of quality and accuracy has an effective range up to 1500 meters. The first lot of the .338 Lapua Magnum for testing was produced in 1988. A motion had however been made for CIP in 1987, and in 1989 the .338 Lapua Magnum was CIP approved with its measurements.
1984 The Lapua Mega is for hunting big game. This bullet is at its best in the field and typically more than duplicates on impact, causing an immediate shock effect in your quarry. The Mega is a soft point bullet with a protective copper jacket – traditional hunting performance. This ensures that the bullet’s lead alloy core remains intact when shooting through brush or branch. The mechanical bonding locks the lead alloy in place, allowing the bullet to achieve up to 97% weight retention. Mega product family covers the most popular calibres in Scandinavia including 9 products.
1933 Often copied, never equaled. The legendary D46 is one by which all others of its type are measured. Manufactured to the strictest tolerances for concentricity, uniformity of shape and weight, it has shot its way to the record books since the 1930’s all the way to the 21st century.