This Walther Falcon - Hunter Edition Air Rifle is a powerful .22 caliber rifle that features a robust spring piston break barrel mechanism for maximum velocity with just one cock of the rifle. At an amazing 1000 feet per second with a standard lead pellet, this 22 caliber airgun is an ideal air rifle for hunting small game. It is covered in Mossy Oak Break-Up Camo and made of a strong, weather resistant synthetic stock. Its topped with a sturdy rail for holding the included 3-9x44 airgun scope that has a unique blue illuminated duplex reticle. 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 Falcon rifle also sports a Monte Carlo stock design with a right-hand cheek piece and checkering in the grip and forearm. This Walther rifle shoots .22 caliber hyper velocity pellets at a whopping 1150 feet per second and has an automatic safety and large muzzle brake to ease its operation and handling.
Model: Falcon Hunter
Ammo Type: Pellets
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: 28 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
Walther Falcon Hunter, two piece 11mm Dovetail mounts and 3-9x44 Scope
Don't forget to pick up pellets and a gun case!
- Caliber0.22 cal
- Velocity1000 fps
- Ammo TypePellets
- ActionBreak barrel
- Barrel StyleBreak Barrel
- Fire ModeSingle-shot
- MechanismSpring piston
- UseSmall Game Hunting / Target Shooting
- Warranty1 Year Limited
I am a Hatsan fan, but for a Hatsan build, I honestly think Hatsan more interested in getting their "magnum" class out into the market place magnum race, rather than working thru the design. Sure..it appeals to the biggest & baddest crowd. Out of the box it is good for plinking things off the back porch on a steady rest, but far from great rifle as is.
Mechanically it is sound as most other Hatsans, but consider making, or having a custom stock made and you will like it much more.
After sighting it I went about doing what I got the gun for and that was ridding my neighborhood of squirrels. Long story but they were chewing holes in the decking of my brand new roof. Anyway I successfully killed 10 squirrels in about a 6 hour period. I am more than satisfied with this gun. At this point I've put close to 200 rounds through it and there are no signs of screws coming loose. Do understand this gun is huge at 4ft long and over 14lbs with the scope mounted. It's not a toy. You will not want to sit in the back yard and pop off 40 rounds at targets. It is a hunting rifle and in my opinion the most effecting air rifle I've ever owned.
The gun out of the box is a bit overwhelming. Other air rifles I have owned were pump type so this was the first spring action I've owned. Despite other negative reviews I have found it to be fairly easy to use. The hardest part is getting the scope mounted properly so it doesn't move from the recoil. After looking at an online guide and remounting it I have had no problems. At this point I have pout 150-200 rounds through it and can now hold a 1/2-inch pattern from 40 yards. I have ordered a new one piece mounting bracket for the scope, but I may not use it because as now the scope isn't moving.
I've had no problems with the stock and the gun as a whole seems extremely sturdy.
Buy it you won't be disappointed as long as you set it up correctly.
I would have given this product a higher rating, but the scope cannot handle the recoil.
By Mike from British Columbia, Canada on November 14, 2011
I have a Falcon Hunter without the updated trigger. Any ideas on how to adjust the trigger pull? Thank-you.
By Conor from Sunnyside, WA on January 28, 2012
Answer:I believe that the trigger is nonadjustable, if it is, it won't do much to the second stage. Look on GTA Forums they have a lot of answers.
By ezequiel from florida on December 27, 2011
By Staff on January 9, 2012
Answer:I would recommend calling the manufacturer as they may be able to supply you with the stock you are looking for.
You will want to call Umarex 479-646-4210.