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Walther 1250 Dominator, .177 cal

The PCP version of the Hammerli 850

Walther 1250 Dominator, .177 cal

Sale $349.99
  • Reg Price $599.99
  • List Price $750.00
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  • Code: 225-2013 · 0.177 cal · 1250 fps ·
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The Walther 1250 Dominator is a rifle that has been built on a proven system. If it looks like a souped up Hammerli 850 CO2 rifle, that's because it basically is! Walther actually owns Hammerli and both guns are built on this solid proven platform. This PCP utilizes an 8-shot rotary pellet clip, fed by a bolt-action cock-on-open design that feeds the airgun pellet directly into the barrel, resulting in precise long-distance shooting with minimal velocity reduction. This air rifle comes with a fiber optic front and rear sight. For even more precision, mount a scope on the 11mm dovetail as this .177 cal PCP has won many a field target match.

The 300 bar (4350 psi) air reservoir delivers 100 shots at 40 joules (29.5 ft-lbs). Don't worry if you don't have the resources to fill to the full 4,350 psi though, it works just as well at the standard 3,000 fill (although resulting in fewer shots per fill). There's a built-in gauge on the end of the reservoir. The Dominator's fiberglass-reinforced synthetic stock has a Monte Carlo comb, for both right- and left-handed shooters. The checkered forearm and pistol grip help ensure an accurate grip and tight groups with this Walther PCP rifle.
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Specs
  • ManufacturerWalther
  • Caliber0.177 cal
  • Velocity1250 fps
  • ConditionNew
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • ActionBolt action
  • Barrel StyleRifled
  • Body TypeRifle
  • ButtplateVentilated Rubber
  • Fire ModeRepeater
  • Overall Length40.94"
  • Barrel Length23.62"
  • Loudness4 - Medium/High
  • MaterialFiberglass-reinforced Synthetic
  • Magazine Capacity8
  • MechanismPre-charged pneumatic
  • Rail11mm
  • SafetyAutomatic
  • Front SightsFiber Optic - Hooded
  • Rear SightsFiber Optic - Adjustable
  • Shots per Fillmap
  • Trigger Pull4.5 lbs
  • UseSmall Game Hunting / Target Shooting
  • Warranty1 Year Limited
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Reviews
Walther 1250 Dominator, .177 cal
4 Stars based on 4 Review(s)
kelly alward
peoria az
1 Stars

shot heard around the world
October 21, 2016
very lite very cheap feel and I think my marlin model 60 22lr is quieter than this thing filling probe or design sucks leaks when you take it off air supply never get 4350 in tank even bought umarex silencer for it didn't help I guess I got very spoiled with my marauder if I could the choice over that's what I would take...

David
Massachusetts
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Walther Dominator 1250 PCP
October 19, 2016
I have not been able to use this yet due to confusion about how to fill the tank. I have had it for over a week and can't figure out how it fills or what I will need or where I will need to go to get this done. It seems the tank and brass fitting that comes with it don't seem to be compatible with standard fill attachments. There isn't really anything helpful out there that explains this. The manual is very brief and provides no useful info about filling the tank. It should be more detailed to avoid customer confusion and perhaps the retailer should have included a statement to cover what the manufacturer left out. I believe there is a silver and black Air Venturi fitting that attaches and allows standard fill sources to work. I went to an airgun shop and was told it may or may not work and that was a problem with Walther airguns. Further the fitting is available in two sizes and they have no practical info beyond stating they are just compatible. I've been told the longer one isn't despite what the website states and the shorter one isn't available right now. I'm a first time pcp purchaser and am quite distraught by the lack of info or straight answers. I've owned real guns, break barrels, and numerous CO2 airguns and have never been so puzzled. Perhaps this is discontinued due to that and is why it is on sale.
Pros:
Airgun Depot has great products, fantastic prices, a great staff, a nice customer shopping points program, and excellent customer service. In fact they quickly and efficiently helped me with a code that had mysteriously decided it would not allow itself to be entered at check out on this particular order. Their sales support is arguably the best in the business. I would highly recommend them to anyone and I'm not someone known to give out praise. The gun itself is well built and has a great finish and great reviews. My problem is in figuring out how to load air. This is not the problem of the retailer but rather that of whoever printed the vague owner's manual. I have never read a bad review of the gun itself. I guess being new to pcp's is my problem here as all the reviews just jump right over the tank filling.
Cons:
Owner's manual is vague and I can't get info, at least non-contradictory info, on what I need to do or buy to fill it with air. If you have one please feel free to respond with how to go about filling it.

Carmine
Boston
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Awesome rifle
October 1, 2016
Can't beat it for the money. So accurate it isn't funny. Action is stiff at first but loosens up nicely with use. German made, nuff said. Also, Doug at air depot is awesome. Ask for him if you call
Pros:
Price, accuracy, power
Cons:
Tough to hand pump to max. fill.

johnny
5 Stars

Great Gun
October 19, 2008
This gun is awesome!!



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Q&A
By Alistair from New Zealand on March 21, 2012
Is this gun semi-automatic?

By Staff on March 23, 2012

Answer:
This rifel is bolt action, multiple shot clip.

By Alistair from New Zealand on March 21, 2012
How do you charge this gun? and what with?
By Staff on March 23, 2012

Answer:
With a hand pump.

By Jim from CA on May 15, 2012
How/where do you get 4350psi? I don't see any pumps that go that high. Plus all the other guns operate at 3000 and deliver more power, so what's the deal?

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