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Walther Talon Magnum Air Rifle - .177 Caliber - 1200 FPS!

Walther Talon Magnum Air Rifle - .177 Caliber - 1200 FPS!

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  • MSRP $260.00
  • Code: 225-2225 · 0.177 cal · 1000 fps
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This Walther Talon Magnum Air Rifle is a powerful .177 caliber rifle that features a robust spring piston break barrel mechanism for maximum velocity with just one cock of the air rifle. At an amazing 1200 feet per second with a standard lead pellet and a zooming 1400 fps with a hyper velocity pellet, this 177 caliber air gun is an ideal air rifle for plinking and small pests. It's made of a strong, weather resistant synthetic stock. It's topped with a sturdy rail for holding the included 3-9x32 air gun scope with duplex reticule. It also has TruGlo fiber optic sights for use without the scope. Unique to this pellet rifle is its adjustable length of pull provided by removing or adding the included inserts between the vented recoil pad and the stock. This magnum rifle also sports a Monte Carlo stock design with a right-hand cheek piece and checkering in the grip and forearm. This Walther rifle has an automatic safety and large muzzle brake to ease its operation and handling. This Talon Magnum air rifle by Walther is one of the best quality, high velocity rifles with a black synthetic stock on the market.

Specifications:
Model: Talon Magnum
Caliber: .177
Velocity: 1200 FPS
Ammo Type: Pellets and Lead Ball
Body Components: Polymer Stock with Metal Barrel and Receiver
Overall Length: 49.00 in
Barrel Length: 19.75 in
Barrel Style: Rifled
Fire Mode: Single Shot
Cocking Effort: 27 lbs
Trigger Effort: 5.5 lbs
Trigger Adjust: Single Stage
Action: Break Barrel
Power plant: Spring-piston
Gun Weight: 8.25 lbs
Front Sight: Fiber Optic
Rear Sight: Adjustable for Windage and Elevation - Fiber Optic
Warranty: 1 Year Limited Warranty

Package includes:
Walther Talon Magnum Rifle, two piece 11mm Dovetail mounts and 3-9x32 Scope

Don't forget to pick up pellet and a gun case!

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Specs
  • ManufacturerWalther
  • Caliber0.177 cal
  • Velocity1000 fps
  • Airgun MechanismSpring-piston
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • Airgun UsePest Control / Plinking /Target Shooting
  • Barrel StyleBreak Barrel
  • Product ConditionNew
  • Warranty1 Year Limited
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Reviews
Walther Talon Magnum Air Rifle - .177 Caliber - 1200 FPS!
$174.99
4 Stars based on 16 Review(s)
Tim
Illinois
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

great springer for the money
May 14, 2013
I love it. I rarely touch my other guns after getting this rifle. A lot of people have said the included scope is junk, it's not the best but with some patience I was able to dial it in. It was way left and low, it took awhile but it is doable. I've had to slightly adjust it after about 300 rounds. I found that my grip is crucial in the accuracy of this rifle. I was amazed with the recoil this gun has. Because of this I'd grip it pretty firmly, but I've found that just letting it rest in your hands and allowing the gun to do what it does that it is deadly accurate. I'm generally an open sights guy and the fiber optics on this gun work quite well. I've shot various grains through this gun and H&;N 10.65 round nose work well for the power of this gun. Lighter weight pellets break the sound barrier but aren't as accurate. The massive spring seems to overpower lighter pellets. POWERFUL!!! This gun is a great example of how far pellet guns have come over the years.
Pros:
Knock down power,accuracy,fiber optic open sights,all metal parts are heavy duty and well made.
Cons:
Weight,included scope leaves something to be desired

Tennessee
Cleveland, TN
3 Stars

Good rifle, but not the best for this price range.
May 8, 2013
Gun feels and fires heavy. Packs a lot of punch, but you have to get used to carrying around 2-3 extra pounds constantly. Sight is too small for this unit, a 3X9 40 would have been a much better choice. I also own a Gamo Varmit Hunter HD which is a WORSE unit, and a Stoeger X20 Monte Carlo with the Timber Camo pattern which blows the Walther away. In fairness, I own the Stoeger in a .22, but the lighter unit, larger scope, more rugged rail system and still 1200 FPS with a .22 PBA makes the Stoeger a much better buy under $200 than the Walther Talon Magnum. And personally, unless you use one brand and style of pellet, forget the Gamo altogether, it's that pellet sensitive. The Walther Magnum presents itself as a strong, heavily built weapon, and it is. It also comes with a ridiculous cocking pressure, and is just too long and off balance. All that barrel and supressor out there... The unit jumps. This unit has a LOT of torque. Artillary hold needed, definitely. There are better choices under $200, and they start with the Stoeger X20 and X10 models.
Pros:
Fairly pellet tolerant, not much difference in rise or fall at 20 yards with various pellets. If you like heavily built, tough as nails, this is your rifle. Comes with both a scope and nice sites. Trigger adjustment is nice. My second stage is hair triggered.
Cons:
Heavy, heavy, heavy. Longer than a normal air rifle by about three inches. Lots of steel hanging out there. Think on getting a bigger case or pouch for this one. Scope too small, without many options on the scope. Scope prone to coming loose and movement unless you park it at the rear of the rail and tighten it down properly with tools meant for the purpose. That just about forces you to add two or three of the provided pads on the back of the stock to get the scope out of your face when parked against your shoulder. Now, even longer and more weight out there! Supressor is a joke, still makes WAY too much noise on supersonic. Does, however, come in handy in cocking it since it cocks so hard.

thomas arnett
5 Stars

walther talon magnum
July 20, 2011
This gun will blow away the Gamo Socom Extreme. the Benjamin trail 1500 or Super Strek. and any other springer gun out there for the money . It is the only air gun out there that will shot a hole right through a Quarter. (With one shot ) With a 10 grain pellet. I have hade all of these guns and onley the walther talon magnum would brake the sound barrior with the 10.5 grain crossmen premier pellets . and the most accurate with these pellets.

Jacob
4 Stars

I NEED ADVISE
April 11, 2011
Ive been shooting this gun for a month now & have no complaints when the rifle shoots true. The Scope that came with the gun was garbage but I thought a 1-pc. mount could help. It held it in place but the scope wont zero. Now Ive taken the scope & mount off & the fixed sights arent shooting strait no matter what adjustments I make. They were dead on at 20 yards before the mount. Any advise?

Michael Holmes
1 Stars

walther talon
January 13, 2011
Thoroughly awful to use. Got mine from airgun depot- realized to loud to use in town. When I was able to get to rural area to use, realized that rough, stressful cocking took all enjoyment out of use. I'm 6'2", 190, work out, and am afraid I will break the forepiece torquing it trying to cock the thing. Total waste of money- discourages shooting.

Mick
5 Stars

Talon Magnum
November 3, 2010
Put her on the chrony right outta the box 1080FPS cleaned the barrel set the scope, checked the trigger and stock screws then put over 500 pellets down the tube. Shoots consistantly at 950 fps on the chrony 28 FT-Lbs .From the first shot this rifle makes a ringing sound with every shot but does not lose power using 14.3 crosman hollow points the ammo this gun prefers. I think its the spring ringing in the chamber shes been oiled both spring and chamber using rws chamber oil on the chamber and lithium grease on the spring. Since I am not losing power or accuracy I think the ringing is the spring in the chamber. I havent heard of anyone else having this problem but she shoots great. Takes a firm hold to group well at 1/2 to 3/4 inchat 40 yrds. hold her just like a centerfire and you will love this gun ......

Steve
3 Stars

powerful
December 28, 2009
Very powerful gun, very loud also. Ultimately i had to take it back. I tried thread locker, lock washers, new scope, new mounts. nothing could keep this gun from shaking the scope loose every 10 shots. And yes the bolts on the side of the stock did shake loose once also. Hated giving up the power, but couldnt find an alternative.

DDD
5 Stars

Powerful and Accurate
November 4, 2009
The Talon Magnum package is a curious mix. The synthetic stock is a little flimsy for a magnum air rifle. The trigger, trigger guard, and safety are plastic. The trigger is single stage and not adjustable. The scope and included mounts are junk - there is just no other way to put it. All that being said, I would buy this gun again without hesitation (based on my experience). The power plant on this rifle is truly impressive. It takes quite a bit of effort to cock. I have not had any of the issues with the barrel or screws as other reviewers here have referenced. I replaced the included scope on mine with a good quality Center Point scope. The rifle is VERY accurate and its power is consistent. I use this gun regularly for hunting and pest control. I love it but the vermin and varmints hate it... it's a keeper.

tc
3 Stars

cant mount a scope and be acurate after 3 shots
August 21, 2009
i like the gun for the fact it has a great amount of power, but comes with its bad side i tried 3 different scopes and every one shakes loose after 3 shots i even bought a proper scopre mount kit still not acurat i have it on my test gun mount and after 3 shots its all over the pplace . well over all i say use it without scope is the best way with this gun if there are any others who had sucsess let me no ty

K.M.Husain
3 Stars

powerful but low quality
July 17, 2009
a very powerful gun. chrono tested PBA's at 1200 fps and 7 grain lead pellets around 1050 fps..The stock screws should be tightened each and every shooting session.when I used a threadl ocker for them the stock cracked. the scope stop pin was broken during the first week after aprox. 100 shots.For the money paid a better qualit gun with less power can be purchased.

E.J
5 Stars

BEST I HAD
March 26, 2009
VERY POWERFUL SCREWS TIGHTEN THEM VERY WELL CAUSE THEY COME LOOSE OTHER THEN THAT THIS RIFLE KICKS BUTT VERY SATISFIED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

RJG
5 Stars

AWESOME
March 20, 2009
the fiber optic sights are amazing, the included scope sucks, can't sight it, cross hairs are crooked. Mad fast, very powerful. High recoil. Highly recommended for price!

Kelly S.
5 Stars

Powerful and then some.
March 14, 2009
Absolutely a powerful gun. Every friend and family member agrees. I'm shooting three different pellets indoors at thirty feet. RWS SuperDomes,Kodiak Extra Heavy's and Gamo PBA'S all shoot well at this distance with Tru Glo fiber optic sights. Consistently hit quarter size circles. Being new I'll need help with scope. I've tightened screws 2 or 3 times in about 1000 rounds. I'll need to correct this. I think it would be surprising to see how large of a varmit this gun could take down from this distance. How close the PBA's come to the advertised 1400fps, I don't know. If loudness counts ,it's probably close. All in all I love the gun.

Johnny
3 Stars

Great at first
December 11, 2008
Great rifle at first - but the synth stock is cracking after a few hundred shots....

RCC
5 Stars

Really good
November 10, 2008
extremely accurate, very powerful for the prices. If your going to hunt with it I recommend a HP pellet (even at longer ranges it will hold a small group with an HP) because any pellet you use with this gun will go right through small game including HPs (largest thing i hit was a 12lb possum). I highly recommend it for hunting or target shooting,

ktm
5 Stars

awesome
September 17, 2008
unbelievable accuracy. extreme power.



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Q&A
By John from Illinois on July 3, 2012
Can you fit a clamp-on bipod on this or can you put on a better bipod?

By dan vion from east brunswick nj on December 19, 2011
is the 177 barral interchange with the .22 barral? if so what do they use for the pins are they quick on and off?

thank you for the help
danvion2@aol.com
By Staff on January 7, 2012

Answer:
No you either buy the .22 or the .177 Cal. The barrels do not interchange on this gun. Thanks

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