*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.
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. If you'd like to mount a scope, pick up a good-quality optic -- you should notice an increase in accuracy.
|Max Velocity||1050 fps|
|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: Everything. The weight, the smoothness of the spring and cocking. The quietness as well as the low amount of recoil. This is by far my favorite gun for just plinking in the back yard. My nephews also love shooting this as well. Great beginner rifle and it's of such a high quality I'll end up passing it down to one of them when I punch the final clock.
Things I would have changed: Checkering on the stock could've been deeper into the wood grain. I'm not a huge fan of these open sights. I would've like to seen the style on the diana 350 magnum. Those are some killer open sights.
What others should know: So I had a problem with consistent shooting with this rifle. I spent hours and hours cleaning and going over everything to find the problem. By dumb luck I bumped the tip of my garbage can aka my rest I was shooting on and when I inspected the front of the gun I noticed THE FRONT SITE WAS LOOSE! It has 2 screws on one side and slides up ad down the barrel. To me, that's an adjustable site imo. So if you are having trouble with your open sites check the front site, heck, adjust it if you need to! Mine was shooting high. I moved the site all the way forward and its much better now. I hope this helps anyone/someone who is having an awful time trying shoot their gun accurately. Cheers!
Things I liked: it looks nice
Things I would have changed: make the air rifle right! I got a bad one! garbage! the barrel tube leaks and don't shot straight! the spring broke!
What others should know: if you get a bad air rifle don't try to fix it send it back or burn it!
Things I liked: Solid feel, solid lock up, not too hold sensitive
Things I would have changed: Nothing yet
What others should know: Have been trying various .22 break barrels to hunt squirrels. Woods are seeing more and more people each year. Didnt feel .22 LR was safe any longer. Have done the typical Crossmans, gamos, etc. and for plinking they are ok, but was becoming frustrated with lack of hunting accuracy on my part. Pcps require too much stuff for me, don't see that as fun. Bought the Terrus as a last ditch effort and very glad I did. With the open sights I was shooting 1 inch groups at 17 yards( length of my back yard range) right out of the box. Very solid feel, and compaired to those I've tried so far, the trigger is very good, light and crisp enough not to pull your aim off. At 62 l don't like to struggle with my hunting implements. I think this is going to be a game changer for me. Already this gun is fun because it's accurate and easy to use.
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What is the width(mm) of the dovetail for the front sight?
How is it to cock,and is it back yard friendly Frank
Has anyone used the Hatsan Air Stripper on there gun?
i believe thread is 1/2-20 unf aka TPi
|Max Velocity||1050 fps|