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Walther Terrus, Synthetic

German quality in a modern package
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  • Code: AGD-36538147 · $169.99 · .177 · 1050 fps
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The Hi-Grip finish on the forearm and pistol grip of your Walther Terrus air rifle are unique this gives you a secure hold on your rifle even if it's humid or if your hands are damp. Because the Terrus comes with open sights- you don't have to mount a scope. You have a choice. However, if you'd like to mount a scope pick up a good-quality optic. You should notice an increase in accuracy.

Walther Terrus Air Rifle Features
  • Spring-piston
  • Breakbarrel
  • Single-shot
  • Fixed TruGlo fiber optic front sight
  • Fully adjustable TruGlo fiber optic rear sight
  • 11mm dovetail optics rail
  • Unique Hi-Grip finish on forearm and pistol grip
  • XT target trigger adjusts for first-stage travel*
  • 32 lbs. cocking effort
  • Automatic safety
  • Black all-weather synthetic stock
  • Ambidextrous stock has dual raised cheekpieces
  • Rubber recoil pad
  • 14.25" length of pull (LOP)
  • Made in Germany

*The ""Technical Data"" section of the owner's manual states that it has a match trigger. It does not. It has a target trigger. The manual also states the Terrus trigger adjusts for pull weight. It does not.
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Specs
  • ManufacturerWalther
  • Caliber.177
  • Velocity1050 fps
  • ConditionRefurbished
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • ActionBreak barrel
  • Barrel StyleRifled
  • Fire ModeSingle-shot
  • Gun Weight7.52
  • Overall Length44.25
  • Barrel Length17.75
  • Loudness3-Medium
  • Magazine Capacity0
  • MechanismSpring-piston
  • Rail11mm dovetail
  • SafetyAutomatic
  • Front SightsFiber Optic
  • Rear SightsAdjustable for windage & elevation
  • Shots per Fill0
  • Trigger AdjustabilityTwo-stage adjustable
  • Trigger Action0
  • UseSmall game hunting/plinking
  • WarrantyLifetime limited warranty
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5.0
By WILLIAM L.April 13, 2018

typical all german built rifle. excellent fit and finish. Well balanced at mid point, good fiber optic sghts. I'm impressed with all of it. The trigger is good but it is a target not a match trigger. pull is app 3 pounds but very smooth with good let off. this gun competes with other quality springers in the $300 to $400 range. Having shot it for about 500 rounds it is now broken in and can hold its own against any springer at 25 yards. I have had no problems except with the auto safety, when I investigated I found the slide just above trigger need a thin shim glued toward barrel end because cocking the gun did not fully engage safety. problem fixed, works fine and the is a keeper. Very hard to find a more pleasing gun to shoot or better built.

Pros
overall design is very ergonomic and promotes a good artillery hold. Fit and finish are excellent. Accuracy is very good, good glow sights

Cons
one glich with my auto safety but a small glued on shim corrected

5.0
By MatthewUSAMay 22, 2017

First of all this stock is superbly solid throughout, well balanced, nice grips and cheek rest. I dont see where It can be surpassed. It is easy and smooth to cock, the safety is in a comfortable spot and the sights stay true. The firing cycle is also quiet with almost no twang, hard to tell it's a springer. Trigger is solid but plastic with fairly smooth pull at it's price point. A great entry level powered gun. Size and weight makes it goood for youth. As for accuracy a 9 out of 10 you'd be pressed hard to find a more accurate SPRINGER! I've put a scope on mine but because of power level it shoots just fine with open sights. The barrel is threaded for silencer or in my case an air stripper " just fooling around". Ive disassembled my gun and have found it well lubed and built inside and out.

Pros
Weight, size, build, accuracy and just a joy too shoot.

Cons
To get real picky, I would have vented the butt pad and globed the front sight. And as always lowered the price a tad.

5.0
By johnUSAOctober 20, 2016

Enjoyihg shootin thiis rifle very much, accuracy is great with rws 14gr wadcutters, and very good with jsb 14.3 gr pellets, cocking effort seems less than advertised ,with the long barrel coupled with a brake that some people said wouldn't fit on this rifle,( I won't mention the name in case I have problems with the brake in the future). I am amazed to get a rifle of this quality for such a resonable price. I have only put about a tin of pellets through the rifle so far, and it seems to be improving each time I take it out. The rifle is long and heavy with my utg 4-16x scope mounted, but it balances well and I enjoy shooting it offhand.

Pros
very resonable price, accuracy, very good fit and finish, solid rifle, good trigger

Cons
may be heavy for some, pretty long and heavy for hunting

5.0
By DanielUSASeptember 23, 2016

I just received my new Terrus and want to thank Dan at Airgun Depot for the expert advice and recommendation. There is no better airgun available at this price! Out of the box I was impressed already that the Terrus doesn't look nor feel like a cheap gun as almost all of the air rifles do at or under this price point. After cleaning the barrel, 10 shots of Crosman Premier domed pellets were fired at 10 yards....the first 2 shots covered each other! Another shot to get used to the sights, then the next 7 rounds were grouping in less than 1inch while standing, shooting free hand! After cleaning the barrel again, 10 more rounds were fired....most grouping the same....with slight exceptions caused by me, the wind, or both. I can't wait to sit on a bench, all bagged up, to see what this gun is really capable of! I'm having so much fun, I almost don't want to scope it but I will soon. The Terrus was quieter than expected, vibration MUCH less than other airguns I have shot, and the cocking got easier as I was told it would. I did extensive research and read reviews till I was dizzy. Then with my narrowed down list, I called Airgun Depot and Dan listened to me and quickly directed me toward this choice. This is the only German gun to be had at this price point and I don't see myself ever owning anything less than German quality. This airgun looks right at home in my safe next to my other fine quality centerfire rifles.

Pros
Craftsmanship, accuracy, quality, low vibration, and doesn't look or feel cheap like so many others do!

Cons
None!

4.0
By geoJune 9, 2016

gun is accurate w/ scope. rear sight wiggles so after you take a shot the next shot is not sighted in. is there a way to tighten the sight?

Pros
solid, accurate

Cons
rear sight wiggles.

4.0
By GlennUSAJune 4, 2016

solid gun lots of power . Rear sight wiggles back and forth so if you've got it sighted in and you take a shot the next shot could be anywhere because the sight could shift when you take a shot. Is there any way to tighten the sight ?it's mounted with a pin so i can't see any way to do so. I put a scope on it and its good.

Pros
solid

Cons
loose rear sight

5.0
By RonUSAFebruary 24, 2016

I'm impressed with the Walther Terrus! At ten meters with open sights I can consistently cover a five shot group with a dime, and this is with the Crosman Premier pellets selling at Walmart for $6.47 per 500. I have already shot over 750 rounds through it and I've had it just over one week.

Pros
A terrific action, smooth and a positive lock. Very accurate. Unbeatable at this price. Not fussy about pellets, seems to shoot well with everything I tried. Also not hold sensitive.

Cons
Trigger is not adjustable and breaks around 4-5 pounds. All screws holding the stock come loose after each 40-50 rounds. I finally used some blue loc-tite to secure them.

5.0
By RenoUSAFebruary 22, 2016

This gun is great ,everyone who shoots Air rifle should have one..When you pick this gun up you can tell it is a quality made gun I bought the black synthetic stock. I think you could take a hammer to it and not even put dent in it,super solid feel..I only have about 50 shots though it as of now,very accurate I mounted a BSA 8-16x40 I can hit anything I put the crosshairs on . Totally love the feel of this gun. I love more is the price of this rilfe AGD 189.00 dollars shipped for free,you can beat that.. Wow German made gun for that price super happy.. This is a.22 caliber...

Pros
German quality

Cons
Noting

5.0
By ToddUSADecember 27, 2015

Couldn't pass up a deal of 167.00 for the Walther Terrus .22 Synthetic. I have seem many glowing reviews so I figured I try it out. WOW, while this may not be a powerhouse Magnum Springer like my RWS 350, I enjoy shooting this Terrus waaaaay more. Right out of the box this thing cocks smoother than some of my tuned guns. Great Germain quality. The synthetic stock feel solid like painted wood. It puts the stock on my RWS 34p Pro Compact to shame. It is not very hold sensitive. Groups with open sights were scary accurate. When I put a Hawke Varmit SF 4-16x44 on it I chuckled with amazement with every shot. Accuracy when scoped makes this my favorite gun so far. I am planning on adding a Terrus .177 in wood in the future.

Pros
German quality, accuracy, nice stock, easy cocking, easy shooting

Cons
The only con is that I don't have a .177 in wood yet.

5.0
By EnriqueUSADecember 20, 2015

I've purchased 2 of these and they were both spot on fantastic. Easy to load and not pellet fussy. Shot dime size groups at 15 and 25 yards with 3x9x32 ao, md scope made for airguns. Did not take long to shoot accurately as a matter of fact after about 25 rounds it was grouping well right out of the box. It weighed about 8 pounds with the scope and this gun really shoulders well and it's well made. It will not disappoint. Purchase a good scope because this gun deserves it.

Pros
Very accurate and easy to cock and not pellet fussy. Plenty of power to take small game and varmints such as rats, squirrels, and crows out to 30 yards and maybe further.

Cons
none, except maybe that it's not as powerful as other magnum spring rifle but it puts led on target time after time....

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Does this rifle have an automatic safety like the Walther LGV?

asked Kurt from USA

It has an auto safety. Not sure of it's like the lvg. On back behind scope like a stoeger or hatsan.

Drew

yes it does, and unlike one of the above commentors, the trigger is easily adjustable

Jeffrey from USA

yes

Jeffrey from USA

Yes it does.

Terry from USA

Yes it does have an automatic safety. It's located just above the pistol grip at the end of the scope rail. Easily reached with the thumb. I am not an employee of A.G.D. I am a customer.

Ernest from USA
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