Precision air pistol
A Finnish inventor had come up with a precision air pistol, which was made recoilless by using the reciprocating principle. My task was to carve the butt of the gun and give it a selling look. The metal parts were manufactured by Sako Oy. Two prototypes of different power levels were produced. An Olympic-level shooter tested the weapons with good results. A later value analysis showed that the weapon was too expensive to manufacture commercially, so the search for a Finnish manufacturer was abandoned. Foreign manufacturers have circumvented the patent by introducing a similar air weapon.