The Golgi is a real life model of an air rifle. This one is fake
From the article: The Golgis air rifle was invented in 1939 by a man called Alfred Holzmann.
According to the website of the German Aerospace Center, the air rifle can be made from any kind of material, including plastic.
The device is said to fire bullets with a range of 10 meters and has a maximum range of 500 meters.
In fact, the inventor, who died in 2010, actually invented the Golgi and its counterpart, the Golgi-M2, as he was working on the air rifles in his workshop.
In his book, The Golga, published in 1955, Holzman stated that the air gun is “designed to fire any sort of explosive, even if it’s only an arrow or a pellet”.
The device’s inventor was a German-Canadian who named Alfred Holzbach, and he named it after his father, who was a Nazi collaborator and an air gun pilot.
In the book, Holzbatch stated that he was able to make the device by heating a mixture of lead and tin, which resulted in a mixture with an explosive properties.
“When I was able, I wanted to invent a machine that could fire a missile,” he wrote.
The German air rifle had the same design features as the Golgo, but was called the Golger, a nod to the German “Golg” and “Gel” in the German language.
It is similar to the U.S. Air Force’s M-16 rifle, but it has a longer barrel and a “bump stock” that allows it to fire a wide range of ammunition.
Holzbacher’s Golgig is a replica of the U-2 spy plane that flew over the Soviet Union in the 1950s and was also a secret weapon used by the CIA.
A replica of a Golgi air rifle used by German air forces, 1944.
(Wikipedia) Holzbich used his father’s recipe to make his own version of the airgun.
He used a mixture made of lead, tin and lead powder.
“We used this recipe, and we put the powders in a glass bottle and put the glass in the oven,” Holzbache said.
Holzberg said he had been inspired to invent the Golga by the fact that “people would take their air rifles and fire them, just to show their pride and respect.”
According to a news report from 2016, a Russian military official said that the Golgas are a prototype air rifle that is not suitable for the military, but Holzbert said he could make a prototype version of his device.
According a Russian official, Holzer said he also plans to create a weapon that would be used for a “special purpose” to be launched by a U.N. peacekeeping force in the near future.
The Golger is a fake article from The Telegraph article: It’s not just air-guns that are being marketed to the military.
There are now fake Golgias in the wild.
An artist’s depiction of a replica Golgi.
(Google) The Golgas, the Russian military’s secret weapon, are being sold on the internet for between $30,000 and $50,000 each, according to the Russian news outlet RT.
There is also a Golgogic replica in the United States, which the seller describes as “an exact replica.”
According the seller, the replica has the same characteristics as the real thing, but the air-gun’s muzzle and barrel are different.
It’s a bit different, too.
The replica has a “Bump Stock” that lets it fire a larger number of rounds.
The air-weapon can fire a range up to 5 kilometers.
The seller also says the Golig can be fired with any sort and caliber of ammunition, including bullets.
The fake Golgi, which has a Bump Stock, is also sold for $30.
The buyer of the Golgs Air Rifle is looking to get into the air business and is looking for a military company that would make the Golges weapon.
The U.K.-based military company Air Force of Britain is among the companies who are offering the replica Golgia.