Walther's Lever Action CO2 rifle is the airgun version of the Winchester 1894 firearm! So realistic, no one will be able to tell the difference between your air rifle and the firearm!
Powered by one 88-gram CO2 cartridge that slips into a compartment neatly concealed by the slide-out buttpad, this rifle will deliver lots of powerful shots from its 8-shot rotary clip.
If looks were all that it took to make airgunners happy, this rifle would do the trick. The rich hardwood stock and forearm are combined with high-quality, blued steel components. They even included the metal saddle ring found on the 1894 Winchester firearm.
The super-accurate barrel delivers 10-shot groups of 5/8" (center-to-center) at 10 meters.
The weight, the feel, the size, the way it sits naturally in your hands while you work the lever just like Chuck Connors on The Rifleman -- you're gonna kick yourself for not getting this gun sooner!
|Max Velocity||600 fps|
|Front Sight||Adjustable for windage|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for elevation|
|Suggested for||Plinking & target practice|
|Trigger Pull||3.0 lbs|
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Things I liked: This is the closest to a real lever action I have ever come in contact with. If you show this to a gun individual, at first glance they would believe it is the real thing. Once sighted in for range you almost have to try to miss. Extremely accurate. Lever action is smooth and quick. The heft is unbelieveable and the wood and metal finishes are beyond reproach.
Things I would have changed: Front and rear sights are plastic. For the price these should be metal. The front sight is small and hard to see in some lighting situations.
What others should know: This is not a cheap gun. But it is worth every penny spent on it. Save your pennies and get this lever action. Don't waste your money on something of less price. You will not regret the purchase.
Things I liked: Sooooo much fun to shoot. Is very accurate and the front sight can be adjusted. The heft of this gun is as close to real as you can get. The materials used are of excellent quality. I have about 50 guns real, and air powered and shoot as often as possible. If I had a choice I would prefer to shoot this gun every day, not because of recoil or cost, just because it is sooooo much fun to shoot.
Things I would have changed: I would change the front sight. It is so thin it is hard to see in many lighting situations.
What others should know: This gun is a bit expensive, but is well worth every penny. Save your coins and go for this lever action, as you will enjoy it much more than a less expensive gun.
Things I liked: My favorite is that the magazines are the same for probably most Walther guns such as one of my pistols. I had already bought several magazines for a pistol but they also fit this lever action. Great! It is so much fun to shoot. I use a spinning Target rather than a regular paper Target.
Things I would have changed: Perhaps offering it in a worn or weathered look I forget the correct term.
What others should know: I used the 90 gram cartridge in it. I began with about 8 to 10 magazines 8 shots see if you can do the math and I bet it has that many more. Yes I'll leave the CO2 cartridge in there.
Can the 88 gram Co2 cartridge be left in the rifle if not all Co2 was used without damage to the rifle? Thanks! Jack
Is there anyway to get the nickel version of this rifle here in the states?
It looks like the front sight is canted to the right which would make it difficult for a lefty. Can it be adjusted to suit a left handed shooter?
The front sight is not canted and is fully adjustable for windage. So no problem for a lefty.
|Max Velocity||600 fps|