WALTHER TERRUS AIR RIFLE

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Walther air rifle with non-slip stock

Walther
272.90£ Previous price: 303.22£ -10%
Out of stock

  Automatic Safety

  Scope not included

  TRUGLO

4.5 mm (.177) muzzle velocity 270 m/s
Length 1144 mm
Weight 3300 g

Walther Terrus Air Rifle

At the 2014 edition of the IWA & OutdoorClassics expo in Nuremberg, UMAREX had once again a plethora of new Walther-branded airguns to showcase to the public, both in compressed-air and CO²-operated variants, some of which are very interesting for a wide array of reasons. More specifically, this one stands among others for its all-rounder nature that will make most, if not all, airgun shooters very happy.

The Walther Terrus carbine comes with TRU-GLO sights − fixed front post with high-visibility insert, rear micrometric adjustable; the muzzle of the Walther Terrus carbine also sports an ½" UNF thread for mounting a silencer where legal. 

XT - what does that mean? The triggers of the new Walther air rifles have pawls made of hardened steel. They operate without stressing other parts, thus minimizing the trigger weight. The XT trigger (T for Target) allows adjustment of the first stage travel.

For more than 40 years, UMAREX has manufactured high-quality recreational and sports pistols at its headquarters in Arnsberg, Germany. With the help of skilled metalworkers, CAD professionals and traditional gunsmiths, they design and manufacture a large part of their products directly in their factory, and when they need to be repaired, this is where they are also repaired. Over the years, they have accumulated a large stock of spare parts. All this comes from our commitment to offer what you expect when you read "Made in Germany".

 

Features of the Walther Terrus air rifle

· Break barrel

· Charger: single shot

· XT trigger - adjustable first stage travel

· Automatic safety

· Adjustable micrometer sights with TRUGLO® fiber optic sight

· Synthetic stock with non-slip HI-GRIP™ surface and ergonomic fore-end

· Barrel with ½" UNF 

· Made in Germany

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