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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!
Please Note: This Walther Lever Action is black in color. The silver rifle in the featured video review is a previous generation.
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: The realism of the rifle. The 88 gram CO2 cartridge. Accuracy is perfect. So fun to shoot. Holds CO2 as long as cartridge is in rifle. Power is amazing for 600 fps. Rifle hits with authority.
Things I would have changed: Better quality control. But I think this is being done now.
What others should know: Had to send mine back due to the barrel being loose and the mags would not rotate. I was sent mags at no charge. Mags were not machined correctly would not rotate. Going forward the mags have been machined properly according to the tech dept. Other then these two issues Rifle is fantastic Warranty work was fast and the warranty techs were great.
Things I liked: Fit and finish is nice,accurate and enough power to put holes through pellet tins at 10 yards after over a hundred shots and bust cans of soda at 20 yards.Get at least 300 good shots per co2
Things I would have changed: Nothing really
What others should know: I was on the fence for awhile with this gun,because of the price but to me its worth it.Ive left co2 in it for like a week because it may take a couple sessions to shoot it all.I have over thirty airguns and this is in my top 3,my other two is my SIG MPX and COLT GOVERNMENT 1911A1
Things I liked: I was very impressed with the overall quality. It is pleasantly heavy, and when you cycle the action it has a top-notch precision feel. Trigger pull is short, crisp, and feels light. The wood is smooth & pleasant to the touch and has quite good grain & finish. The metal's blue-like finish is very nice, although I expected better at over $450 - it's not as beautiful as the blued barrel of my Hammerli 850. It appears that everything on this gun is either metal or wood, other than the loaded-chamber indicator & the stock's endcap. The accuracy is terrific, and surprised me at first. Shooting seated with my knee as a rest, I get dime size groups at ten meters using JSB Exact RS domed 7.3 grain. This is with the open sights that came on the gun (and I'm a "scope guy"!)
Things I would have changed: I'd make it a more accurate replica. First I'd replace the crossbolt safety with a half-cock safety. Also, the wooden fore-end is too short compared to the real weapon. In addition the stock is also a bit too wide, tall, and long (although, I do have long arms so I appreciate the additional length of pull). But even more than that, I'd happily trade a good chunk of shot capacity for more power. If it could either shoot at 800+fps, or was available in .22 shooting 650+fps (even with only 5- or 6-round clips), I'd give up 40-50% of its (impressive) shot count.
What others should know: Since I don't always have time for long shooting sessions, I never use 88/90gram CO2. I purchased Umarex's 2211235 x2-12gram CO2 cartridge adapter. It's shorter than the Hammerli 850 adapter, and fits under the stock's endcap. If I want to shoot only a couple dozen rounds, when I'm done I remove the adapter for later use. Almost no gas is lost upon removal. I also much prefer this adapter's piercing and degassing over the 850's adapter (no "penny trick" required here!) I actually sold the 850 adapter & bought another 2211235 for my 850. The front sight is drift-adjustable for windage; the rear sight is elevation-adjustable. My particular gun shoots a bit low, and to hit point of aim at ten meters, the rear sight is adjusted all the way up.
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Does this come in a .22 caliber?
Is this a real wood stock?
yes it is wood.
Bring back the nickel, blued and Wells Fargo models! This thing is WAAAAAY too drab to fetch $500, they're just gonna sit on the shelves. Why does Umarex pull this mess with every cool gun?
|Max Velocity||600 fps|