Walther Terrus Wood .177

Walther Terrus Wood .177
Click to enlarge

More images

Click to enlarge
Sale Price: $149.95
Compared at: $224.99
You Save: $75.04
Manufacturer: Walther

Purchase

Product is out of stock. Call for availability.

Description

This all new Walther Terrus beech wood stock air rifle is built in Germany. The TRUGLO fiber optic sights (adjustable rear sight) make aiming a breeze without using a scope. The air gun includes a 11mm dovetail rail so you can any accessories that meets your shooting sports needs. With an adjustable match trigger, rubber recoil pad, and automatic safety, the Walther Terrus is a great airgun. The Walther Terrus is powered by a spring piston break barrel mechanism.

Specifications

Caliber
.177
Overall Length
44.25"
Weight
7.5lbs
Powerplant
Spring
Capacity
Single Shot
Velocity
Up To 1050fps

Product Reviews

Login or Register to write a review.
Reviewed by Tpctrash
Tpctrash bought "Walther Terrus Wood .177" on our website
04/23/2019 - 05:33:15 PM
Super gun at a super price.
What a gun!
This thing surpassed all expectations.
Have it in 177. It is so fun to shoot.
I never shoot my pcp.
Grab the gun grab some pellets.
Easy to cock. I think the trigger is great.
I smacked two grey squirrels and dozens of
Sparrows and starlings.
Have a rws one piece mount and a hammers
ao 3 to 9. Works great.
Get one. It will be with you all the time.

Reviewed by Primo
11/05/2018 - 07:01:37 PM
German quality
Not a Diana, but for the price a good buy and capable of good grouping with the right pellet say HN 8.4g
The Terrus is not as easy to tune as a D34 and it has a couple of tricks in relation too reassembly. Power wise it’s about 12 to 13 foot pound gun.
If you are going to spend a $175 on a Gamo or a Crosman don’t think twice and go for the Terrus , it’s way above both of these airgun mentioned in quality of craftsmanship, materials , finishing and functioning.
Reviewed by nettyneuron
11/28/2017 - 05:20:56 PM
Wonderful springer with amazing accuracy
I was looking for a nice springer with relatively easy cocking effort so my 15 yr olds could use it with relative ease. Looking around I had found HAM's review on the Terrus in .177
http://hardairmagazine.com/reviews/walther-terrus-air-rifle-test-review-177-cal/.
AOA had it on sale and ordered one in .22 but as they were out of stock, got the .177 instead.. Boy, what a sweet rifle. The cocking of the barrel is absolute pleasure and is smooth like butter. Test reviews show it to be 32lbs but it feels much lighter than that. The finish and bluing of the barrel n breach is excellent. The wood stock is ok..leaves much to be desired for but is very comfortable to hold. Overall, a very well balanced rifle for the price.

The open sights are accurate upto 20-30 yards in minimal wind. Spot on!. I have noticed this rifle is not too pellet fussy but could be I got lucky. Shoots CPHP, JSB Diabalo, H&N FTT, Gamo Predators just fine with very little variance. The trigger is a bit heavy if you're used to PCP's but is much smoother than other springers & the recoil is very light which makes it a joy to shoot..

Very accurate rifle, light and minimal recoil. Mounted a 6X12X40 scope on it and same accuracy persists upto 40 yards with groupings of an inch. Very pleased with the rifle.
Cards Accepted