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Slavia air rifles are based on Stella air rifles. Specifically, the 508, 512, 515, 518, 519, 522 and 533 models which were manufactured until 1955. After 1955, the production of these air rifles moved to the arms factory in Uherský Brod where they were improved and innovated and sold in various versions under a different label with the trade name Slavia. The first model was labeled 603 and was produced between 1956 and 1959. Since the 603 could not compete with other air rifles due to design obsolescence, it was upgraded and replaced by other models. The 612 model, which followed the Stella 512 model, was designed for children and had a smooth barrel and low power. It was produced between 1955 and 1969. By far the most successful model was the Slavia 618, of which more than 1.5 million units were sold between 1955 and 1977. A successful model was also the popular Slavia 620 which was gradually pushed out of production and replaced by the until now known Slavia 630. This traditional break-barrel air rifle started being produced in the early 1970s and was innovated in 1977. The Slavia 630 and 631 with the designation mod. 77 have been practically produced until today. The 631 has been simultaneously produced with the 630 model. The technical parameters of the two models were virtually identical, and the difference was mainly in the size of the stock.


Currently, the 630, 631 and 634 models in cal. 4.5 mm are still being produced, whether in series or occasionally. It is also interesting that the production of Slavia air rifles moved to Slovakia in 2003 where they are still produced for Česká Zbrojovka. Since that year, they have also been produced under the Slovak trade name Perun with the designation 730, 731 and 734. Structural differences between the Perun air rifles and Slavia are minimal. After 2010, there were models 634 with a plastic stock in various colors in the offer of Česká Zbrojovka and the choice was between cal. 4.5 mm or 5.5 mm. Currently, however, different colors and caliber 5.5 mm are no longer on the market.


Models 630 and 631 are produced in cal. 4.5 mm and have the same pellet velocity at the muzzle, which, depending on the weight of the pellets used, is about 170 m / s. The Slavia 631 has a more robust stock and the barrel is broken open by a safety lever located under the barrel. Both models have a barrel with a length of 530 mm. Although, the Slavia 634 cal. 4.5 mm has a shorter barrel (450 mm), it impresses with its performance. The pellet velocity at the muzzle is about 220 m / s.


If you are considering buying an air rifle and are thinking about Slavia air rifles, we have nothing else but to recommend them. Most of us certainly know someone who inherited a Slavia air rifle after their father or grandfather, which is over 20 years old and still works and still can be bought as new and all the spare parts are available on the market. So if you want your child to inherit and air rifle once after you, that will be functional in 20 years’ time, do not hesitate and buy a time-tested tradition and quality.

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