Feinwerkbau Modell-300/300S videos by Joe W Rhea.
With thanks to Joe for permission to repost these:
Air Rifle review Feinwerkbau FWB 300s Target Air Rifle
Feinwerkbau FWB 300s disassembled step by step Part 1
Feinwerkbau FWB 300s rebuild and reassembly Part 2
Feinwerkbau FWB 300s Speed Power Tune
Feinwerkbau FWB 300 Original
Feinwerkbau FWB 300s Trouble shooting and Tips
Feinwerkbau Championship Medals 1969-1972
Medal tables for World and European air rifle and air pistol championships that took place in Russia, France, the USA, East Germany, and Yugoslavia in the four years 1969-72.
As far as I can tell, FWB won 22/24 gold medals, including 11 world records, for air rifle, presumably with the models 300 and 300S, and 23/24 gold medals, including 9 world records, for air pistol, which must have been with the model 65.
With many thanks for these scans to Nick.
The medals table cleaned up:
Feinwerkbau Modell-300 and Modell-80 on a postage stamp issued in 1979 to commemorate the European Air Rifle and Air Pistol Championships in Graz, Austria.
Daisy Feinwerkbau advertisement (c.1971)
According to Wikipedia: "The 1970 World [Shooting] Championships in Phoenix added airgun events, 25 metre standard pistol and the mixed running target competition."
Case for FWB 65 with moulded tray
Thanks to Ian for these pics.
This seems to be a factory case with a dedicated moulded tray to fit an FWB 65, in a case that is very similar to other Feinwerkbau factory cases. It could be for one of the Chinese 65 clones, but the case fittings are consistent with known factory-supplied cases, so most likely it was a short-lived official accessory, dropped in favour of the familiar 'luxury' blue flock-lined cases.
Feinwerkbau 150 advertisement
Feinwerkbau 65 advertisement (1960s)
Feinwerkbau 65 Linbrunner trigger instructions