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Walther Talon .25 Cal Air Rifle Combo

Walther Talon .25 Cal Air Rifle Combo

Was $154.99
  • MSRP $250.00
  • Code: 225-2223 · 0.25 cal · 1000 fps
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Features Quattro Trigger and SAS (Shock Absorbtion System)

This Walther Talon Magnum Air Rifle is a powerful .25 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 1000 feet per second with a standard lead pellet and a zooming 1000 fps with a hyper velocity pellet, this .25 caliber air gun is an ideal air rifle for varmint game hunting, 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:

  • Caliber- .25
  • Velocity: 1000 FPS w/Hyper Velocity (900 FPS w/Lead Pellets)
  • Weight: 8.25 lbs
  • Ammo Type: Pellets
  • Power plant: Spring-piston
  • Overall Length: 49.00 in
  • Barrel Length: 19.75 in
  • Barrel Style: Rifled
  • Fire Mode: Single Shot
  • Front Sight: Fiber Optic
  • Cocking Effort: 27 lbs
  • Trigger Effort: 4.9 lbs
  • Trigger Adjust: Quatro Trigger
  • Action: Break Barrel
  • Body Components: Polymer Stock with Metal Barrel and Receiver
  • Buttpad: Shock Absorbtion System
  • Rear Sight: Adjustable for Windage and Elevation - Fiber Optic

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

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

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Specs
  • ManufacturerWalther
  • Caliber0.25 cal
  • Velocity1000 fps
  • Airgun MechanismSpring-piston
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • Magazine Capacity1
  • Airgun UseSmall Game Hunting
  • Airgun RailDovetail/Weaver Mount
  • Overall Length49"
  • Barrel Length19.75"
  • Barrel StyleRifled
  • Fire ModeSingle Shot
  • Cocking Effort27 lbs
  • Gun Weight8.25 lbs
  • Product ConditionNew
  • Warranty1 Year Limited
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Reviews
Walther Talon .25 Cal Air Rifle Combo
4.5 Stars based on 5 Review(s)
Ed Watson
North Texas
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Walther Talon Magnum .25
September 5, 2012
Just got it and have only shot a half dozen pellets through it. Just wanted to get the feel for it and to see how powerful it was. I have never had a .25 cal. before. From the light alloy pellets to the heavy Cro-mags and Kodiaks, they all went through nearly 1000 pages of the phone book (seems decent to me, but I'm an airgun novice). I will be taking it out for a good test run later. The gun is big at around 10 lbs. and 49 inches. Scope seems decent. Get a sling to carry this hefty thing around.
Pros:
Powerful, nice solid feel. Good price at $155 w/ scope.
Cons:
Nothing yet.

Freedom1
desserts of Nevada
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

great accuracy
August 30, 2012
After about two hundred beeman perfect rounds through the breech, the accuracy is amazing with the newly discovered artillery hold!! Be vewy vewy quiet,I'm hunting wabbits!!
Pros:
item on sale, .25 caliber, accuracy,customer service resolved missing parts
Cons:
Allen wrenches for scope and butt pad were not included with order. The scope is not centered in rings.

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

Buy this rifle.... If you can FIND IT!!!!
August 26, 2012
O.K. .... I just got this rifle today. However, I have put 150+ rounds through it already, and I can tell you all a few things. First of all, it is the most difficult springer to cock that I have EVER shot.... and I have been doing this for 30+ years, with dozens of rifles!! The effort, although I did not measure, must be about 50 LBS!! However, the struggle seems worth it when you consider that my average Crony for 10 shots was 704 FPS, (with a standard deviation of only 4 FPS!!) with 27.8 Grain Benjamin pellets. That averages out to 30.6 Foot Pounds of energy.... FOR A SPRINGER!!!!!! HOLY #@^%$#$ CRAP!!!! This is a power level ONLY reserved for PCP rifles. As for the accuracy, once I cleaned the barrel, dialed in the supplied scope, and adjusted the trigger back to a pull of 2LBS 4 OZ (measured),YES, the Quattro trigger is FULLY adjustable, I achieved TWO CONSECUTIVE 5 shot goups of .55 inches at 25 yards.... OUT OF THE BOX!! Yes, I used a VERY loose artillary hold., but I have to say that for a springer, especially a MAGNUM springer, this rifle is VERY ACCURATE!! I would HATE to be a squirrel or a rabbit on the wrong end of this .25 powerhouse!! If you can't find the Walther version of this rifle, do yourself a favor and purchase the Hatsan version. You will NOT be disappointed!!
Pros:
INSANE power for a springer. VERY accurate when shot properly. The ballance point for a proper artillary hold is quite far forward on the forestock.... which gives a grip similar to the one I take on my .30-06. This alone makes this rifle a good choice for powder-burners learning airguns.
Cons:
Very, Very difficult to cock. That's IT!!!!

Bernard
Taylor, Texas
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Jackrabbit Slayer
August 15, 2012
Excellent weapon to eliminate jackrabbits. Total devastation. Using H&N Crow Magnums at 35-50 I'm knockng the jacks down and out for the count. Perfect weight and balance. Will using this combination on coyotes and young hogs.
Pros:
I love this gun. Hard hitter. Everything
Cons:
Absolutely nothing to complain about

Larry
Georgia
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Heavy Weight Hitter
July 18, 2012
The Walther Talon .25 cal. is a BIG BOY! It is longer and heaver than any other air rifle that I have owned. It is much harder to cock than other break barrels but this is expected due to the size of the pellet. You must consider that when purchasing this air rifle. However, For the price, it is well worth the purchase to have this monster as part of your collection. I would look at reviews then buy the pellets that fit the rifle as recommended. This rifle is one that you should consider purchasing. It makes the other break barrels seem not up to the task. But, this is an illusion. It is only because of the power this rifle has and the size of the pellet. Don't expect to do extended plinking with it. The rifle is a hunting weapon and will wear you out cocking it. FYI steady and secure the butt stock then use both hands to break the barrel.
Pros:
Hard hitting, a muscle break barrel with bragging rights.
Cons:
It is a springer and it take a bit of strength to cock. Also, I prefer a Nitro Piston and will have this one converted.



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Q&A
By will from tampa,fl on July 16, 2012
What game would you recommend when using the .25 cal?
By Conor from Sunnyside, Washington on August 20, 2012

Answer:
Rabbits, Jackrabbits, small game, muskrats, sagerats, groundhog, etc. Small to medium game.

By Solomon from Sugar Grove,Ohio on August 9, 2012
How cheap does the stock feel? Also, can this drop a raccoon at 10 yards?
By Conor from Sunnyside, Washington on August 20, 2012

Answer:
The stock is kinda cheap feeling compared to quality stocks like the RWS ones, and raccoons at 40yds, stand no chance.

By robk from baltimore on June 29, 2012
Is this a loud gun?
By Conor from Sunnyside, Washington on August 20, 2012

Answer:
This gun is fairly loud, but the pellet is really loud when hitting the target.

By Peter from Wisconsin on June 29, 2012
How hard is it to cock? How loud is it?
By Conor from Sunnyside, Washington on August 20, 2012

Answer:
Cocking effort is around 40lbs, and is fairly loud. This isn't a quiet break barrel!

By tim from philly, pa on June 30, 2012
Is the Cocking Effort really : 27 lbs?
By Zane from Sacramento, California on August 11, 2012

Answer:
No. I would say its closer to 45-50 lbs.

By Patrick from Massachusetts on July 22, 2012
Could this be used to hunt large varmint such as Coyotes?
By Conor from Sunnyside, Washington on August 20, 2012

Answer:
Personally I wouldn't use this gun to take a coyote...use something like the .25 Benji Marauder or the .22-.25 Eun Jin Sumatra. You need plenty of power for a coyote.

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