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*The "Technical Data" section of the owner's manual states that it has a match trigger. It does not. It has a target trigger. The manual also states the Terrus trigger adjusts for pull weight. It does not. Scope Features
Add this slick rifle to your gun vault. Ideal for plinking, everyday/casual shooting and even dispatching small critters such as rats, mice and chipmunks. While many of today's gun makers don't give you open sights, Walther understands that some people don't want to use optical devices, so they've included open sights.
|Max Velocity||1050 fps|
|Cocking Effort||32 lbs.|
|Front Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
|Trigger Pull||2.0 lbs|
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Things I liked: Quality finish. Everything as advertised. I liked the fact that this company will mount the scope and sight it in. I unpacked it and out of the case at 45 yards hit the supplied bullseye with the first two shots. I've read negative things about the supplied scopes, but I like this one.
Things I would have changed: A bit on the heavier side but not that bad
What others should know: This is based on the .177 version
Things I liked: Right out of the box I really liked the way it looked and it really shoulders well. It just feels right. The scope is a UTG Leapers and it makes for a great package. Accuracy is above average and I believe it will get better with the correct pellet choice. It is still new to me but it is a fun rifle to shoot. Definitely not a kids rifle but not too much for an adult. This is my first Walther and reputation had a lot to do with my decision. So far I am glad I purchased it and look forward to years of satisfaction.
Things I would have changed: Fiber optic sights have no place on a rifle. I have heard this gripe by a lot of avid shooters and I hope in time the air gun manufacturers will listen up and go back using good quality iron sights.
What others should know: A very good choice for beginner to intermediate air gunning. Quality, precision and more.
Things I liked: The rifle (0.22 cal) balances and shoulders nicely. Lighter than my RWS48, but still feels solid. Much easier to shoot. Very good repeatable accuracy. Also much quieter in both indoor and outdoor shooting. I paid for the 20 for 20 and it was spot in right out of the box. The breech "lock" is nice and tight. Trigger much better than I expected. Scope is so much better than other kit scopes...as clear as my UTG bug buster (in my opinion)
Things I would have changed: taller rings for the scope as you get a bit of fuzz from the rear sight, and the front cover does not slide on completely.
What others should know: like has been said before, you may need to tap the barrel to break the breach lock. Cocking effort is moderate, but the overall size of the rifle can make it a long reach for those of us who are shorter (I'm 5'6 and my left are is almost fully extended to cock the rifle)
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My Walther-2252073 [Walther Terrus Air Rifle Kit,...] has a threaded removable end piece on the end of the barrel. Is there a stock muzzel brake / suppressor that will thread on to my walther and quiet it down?
Not unless you live in Europe. Stand alone suppressors are illegal in the US unless you want to pay a couple of hundred dollars to Uncle Sam for a license.
|Max Velocity||1050 fps|