Roll over image to zoom in
Lifetime limited warranty
Earn 260 Bullseye Bucks
List Price $329.99 Save $70.00 (21%)
as low as $23/month
Bundle & Save $15.00!
Walther Terrus Air Rifle
*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.
|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|
Create an online review and share your thoughts with other customers
Things I liked: I like the open sights, just a slight bump to right, put it dead center at 15 yards. Nice blueing on barrel and air chamber.
Things I would have changed: The wood finish on the stock, maybe a little oil will accent the grain.
What others should know: Hey! I'm a crappy shot but standing with an artillery hold, this rifle makes me look almost good.
Things I liked: Overall quality
Things I would have changed: The stock is supposed to be beech but it almost looks like a composite stock. Still very nice but just doesn't seem 100% beech.
What others should know: I purchased the .22 wooden stock along with a utg 3-12 30mm 44 swat scope with medium mounts. Had to purchase the picatinny to dovetail adapter. Medium heights still provides sufficient clearance for a 44mm scope. Tried numerous pellets and it appears that this works best with pellets under 17 grain since this rifle is a mid power rifle. Pointed pellets and jsb rs seen to work well. To me, the trigger is very nice...my guess...maybe 2 pounds...maybe. I already getting very good groups and look to improve on that. Feel that with practice I should be able to get 1/2-3/4 inch groups out to 25 yards. What more can you ask for for less than $250? Lifetime warranty, low recoil, and back yard friendly. It takes about 6 fpe of energy to kill a rabbit or squirrel. This puts out about 12 fpe at the muzzle. Plenty even out to 25 yards for rabbits, squirls, birds...etc. Why do you need something that puts out 23 fpe and will rattle your teeth and make it more hold sensitive? Great value.
Things I liked: Accuracy, this thing is FUN to shoot, especially when you hit stuff. Even more fun when your kids hit stuff. The feel of the wood stock is very appealing. The ability to handle different pellets is above average.
Things I would have changed: Plastic trigger, make it metal. Better open sights (I removed mine).
What others should know: The support staff at Pyramyd are fantastic! I gave them the things that I was looking for in a rifle, and they came back with two options within my price point. I mounted a Sweet 22 3x9 on mine. I use this rifle for shooting starlings, coons, squirrels, chipmunks. We took this rifle up to Park Falls, WI for vacation. We were throwing marshmellows in the river and blasting them as they floated away. Some of the shots were at 125 yards. This rifle is very consistent and predictable when using wind age and elevation. The kids and adults became addicted to this thing, we went through about 1000 pellets over the week. This thing is very good at blasting dandelion heads, 35 yard shots with H&N terminators has become quite the soothing activity after a stressful day. IMO, I guess that it could be more accurate, but I feel that it is more me than the rifle or deformed pellet skirts. I would surely buy this again. It's middle name should be "FUN"!
Create an online review and share your thoughts with other customers. Show Other Reviews
I would like to know the noise ratings of the rifle
where can I get a front sight hood that will fit this rifle ? I understand it has grooves on the front sight for installation.
*The "Technical Data" note below the description states it has a target trigger not adjustable for pull weight and the Specifications page states the Terrus has 2# trigger pull, can anyone verify this pull weight? I would have hoped Walther had put a fully adjustable trigger on this rifle to compete with other similarly priced German rifles (RWS/Diana, etc.). Thanks in advance.
I read all the reviews I could find before ordering the Terrus. It was on sale for $149. during the end of last year at AOA so I had to try it. People said the trigger was 2.5 to 3lb and a few reported dime size groups out of the box. I'm use to dime size groups but with recoilless target pistols,rifle. This trigger is heavy. I ordered a trigger scale to see just how heavy and it's consistent at 4lb/4oz. The specs now show a 2lb trigger, it use to say 3lb so I'm wondering if they haven't put a lighter spring in the trigger. I read one post where a guy claimed to have done a trigger tune and put in a lighter spring and now has about a 1lb trigger. That's what I'm about to do. I was talking about the trigger in the GTA forum and a guy said the trigger is why he just sold his, because of the "two finger trigger" This is probably the biggest complaint and why I think they may have put a lighter spring in it since the specs now show a 2lb trigger. I'm going to tear into it this week-end and then check with gunsmiths in the area for a lighter spring. I also thought about calling Pyramydair to ask if they know about a change since they changed the specs. Maybe I can contact Umarex and order a spring. So far this gun is a project, it won't be a shooter until I have a light trigger.
|Max Velocity||1050 fps|