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Old 02-11-2020, 02:20 AM   #1
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NOVRITSCH is hiring Airsoft Tech Passionates

Dear Airsoft Sniper Community

Christoph from NOVRITSCH here.
Even tho I never post here, I am an active reader and barely a day passes on which this forum is not one open tab of my browser.
This forum is where I gathered all my knowledge to build my Marui VSR-10 back then and now many years later the SSG-10. A lot of the designs are actually inspired by builds and mods that are shown in this forum and I want to thank you guys for all the information you put out there for people to learn.

I try to keep myself out of forums as NOVRITSCH became a brand/company and I feel like I should not spam my biased opinion into this community, but I would need your guys to help one more time.

We are a fast-growing company and we need more engineers/developers. Airsoft tech passionates who want to join the team to develop products and execute the production with a manufacturing partner.

I know that there is a ton of people here that would make for a great developer. If you are interested, please visit http://eu.novritsch.com/career

If you now think - well I am not from Austria. Don’t worry about that. The last 4 developers we hired are from different countries and even continents. We are going to make it work!

Thanks for everything
Christoph
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Old 02-11-2020, 02:22 AM   #2
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I knew you were lurking around here... The SSG-10 was a great move! Your channel has got more people playing airsoft, which is always great and if you hadn't done it, I bet many airsoft fields would have already died for the lack of player base. Maybe next step would be legalization of airsoft in Australia?
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Old 02-11-2020, 02:47 AM   #3
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It just is the best place to get info on Tech stuff for Airsoft Sniping.
I am not sure if we have the power to do that. I could make some noise and get some attention on the topic but I don't think I can do much more than that at this point.
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Old 02-11-2020, 02:50 AM   #4
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https://www.change.org/p/mark-mcgowa...l-in-australia
It's on the road to 50k votes, maybe you could share it some way so, that australians can sign it
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Old 02-11-2020, 06:15 AM   #5
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Ahhhh. I always wondered if you were here. Sounds like an awesome job, maybe you'll have some spots open in a few years that I could pursue. Any part time positions? It is good to see that you read up here often. Btw, ever thought of fixing scratchy bolt 🙂 lol.
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Old 02-11-2020, 06:47 AM   #6
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Also, kudos to you on your AEG. As you increase the popularity of sniper rifles beginner-ready, it really is a good balance to create an AEG under your name, as hopefully it will keep fields from being overrun with snipers. Happy sales!
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Old 02-11-2020, 07:19 AM   #7
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Hi Christoph,

I would be extremely interested in applying for a position with you guys, but currently I'm in school studying Mechanical Engineering. This may be something of an odd question, but would you guys offer some sort of developement internship/assistance, potentially over the summer? I do not know how important residence/relocation to Vienna is (it was heavily reinforced on your website), but that would also be very possible for me then. I am asking here instead of over email because I figured this may be a potentially useful question for other members here as well.
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Old 02-11-2020, 07:32 AM   #8
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Hi Christoph,

I would be extremely interested in applying for a position with you guys, but currently I'm in school studying Mechanical Engineering. This may be something of an odd question, but would you guys offer some sort of developement internship/assistance, potentially over the summer? I do not know how important residence/relocation to Vienna is (it was heavily reinforced on your website), but that would also be very possible for me then. I am asking here instead of over email because I figured this may be a potentially useful question for other members here in positions similar to my own.
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Old 02-11-2020, 07:44 AM   #9
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Most of us figured you read the forums here based on some of the design decisions you've made on the rifles.

I own a number of your products, and while some have left a little to be desired I feel you've pretty well nailed it with the SSG10. Great price point and parts selection on the rifle. So, well done.

I'm not personally interested in the position, but since you're here I do have a few questions for curiosities sake.

How much does the piston in the SSG10 weigh in grams?

Have you experimented with the MR. Hop bucking? What were your findings? Here, most have reported (including myself) better flight paths and consistency even though it doesn't seal as well as the Autobot.

Was the decision not to use Mr. Hop due to the sealing issues or simply due to it being so new to market that the Autobot was a better choice for marketing purposes (more people are familiar with it)?
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Old 02-11-2020, 09:40 AM   #10
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Dear Airsoft Sniper Community

Christoph from NOVRITSCH here.
Even tho I never post here, I am an active reader and barely a day passes on which this forum is not one open tab of my browser.
Christoph
Hmmmmmm I wonder what your alias is then. Gotta protect the identity we get it ;-D
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Old 02-11-2020, 10:56 AM   #11
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Christoph,
Do you have any plans to develop entirely original platforms?
This would be my absolute passion I would pretty much drop my entire life for...
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Old 02-11-2020, 11:43 AM   #12
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Mr. Marker, I concur, however, the masses dont want completely original. No, they want old and rehashed with new labelling. Think Harley Davidson, Coca Cola, Fender or Gibson guitars, and any of the automakers, etc,etc,etc.

The masses enjoy familiarity under the guise of innovation. Make it too weird, and it's a brand killer. Last year Harley killed the Dyna and introduced an electric bike. Deadly. It's costing them. Oh sure, you can change over time, but in small increments and low dosage. Study the sordid history of the Plymouth Superbird. It is one of the greatest wheeled engineering feats of all time (still is), yet...it died a horrible death at the hands of the masses.

Ok, enough examples. The other issue is expandability. If you create the Grail, you kill the business entirely. There is alot of money in options and variants. More than in the initial seed purchase. When we sell a million dollar piece of equipment as 'seed stock' think about that. Over the lifespan of that equipment it's worth four times as much in residuals. At Snap On, we gave away the tool boxes...ok, they weren't cheap, but compared to what it cost to fill one, it was a mere pittance. Even if you give a guy a ridiculously high trade in value, the mere fact that he's doubled the real estate on the next box means that it will need to be filled....and so on...

Now, I am not a successful bean counter. Oh I know the game alright, but can't play it well enough. I'm a man of science. I live for the weird and unusual (as all of us know here), and am not about the conquest, just the quest...

Be it engineering, music, or design, there has never been money in art. It's expensive to produce, and hard to market. If you wish to be passionate about things, as I am too, there's no clock, no board of directors and no fiscal targets. I do my best work with no radio on, and the clock on the wall covered with a shop coat. I work until I drop, or it's finished. That's art...

Point being, please...continue to be original, and develop. That's why we all bounce around in this think tank. But you will never be as free to develop something as when the clock stops and you are beholden to no one.

Signed: The Old Dog
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Old 02-11-2020, 06:15 PM   #13
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Luckily/sadly I've already considered that my ideal world can't exist, and preemptively mourned the prospect :P
I figure I'll never be able to get paid for the work I most enjoy doing, however the way I see it, there is so much wrong with even the most successful/ubiquitous airsoft BASR platform out there (VSR) that I feel I could still happily help create something objectively better yet comparable in breadth of appeal- which would still be fulfilling enough for me to consider a pay cut in order to pursue.
Besides, maybe a widely-appealing base platform doesn't have to be contradictory to a worthwhile canvas for serious artwork- and proving that as thoroughly as possible is an appealing challenge in and of itself ;)
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Old 02-11-2020, 07:29 PM   #14
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Ironic (or hypocritical?) for people here to claim people doesn't really like full innovation, when we are one of the loudest to claim the VSR is king and everything after it is below it isn't it.

The bigger issue as of now is there seems to have some QC issues plaguing the guns (specifically the SSG10 having poorly machined receivers and outer barrels, and the recent batch of 24s having bad trigger box internals), you guys probably need to really keep an eye on them
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Old 02-12-2020, 01:21 AM   #15
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I mean he has been hiring for a while: https://eu.novritsch.com/career/
I would say working from home won't be an option probably so ya'll who wants the job better get ready to move.
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