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Walther Terrus, Wood

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The Terrus brings you all the quality of a German made air rifle at a price that is friendly on your wallet. These classic springers combine match triggers, fiber optic sites and quality manufacturing to give you classic spring power accuracy in a modern package.

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
  • Wood 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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Walther Terrus, Wood
9 Reviews
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100% Recommend this product (9 of 9 responses)
By Tom
Best Springer Value Out There?
June 7, 2016
After checking out the many positive online reviews I ordered the Walther Terrus from a big box discount store, and was soon disappointed: It had a defective rear sight, misaligned front sight and some poor workmanship on the finish of the stock. Still liking the overall experience of using and shooting the Terrus I'd gotten - its consistent shot patterns, nice power level, smooth recoil, quiet report and ease of cocking - I decided to return it and give AirgunDepot a try. The second Terrus I received was perfect! I can definitely say that I now have the best springer value out there. On top of that, it is a real joy to own, look at and shoot with.

Contrary to what some reviewers have said, the sights are all medal except for the actual fiber optic inserts, and can be removed when mounting a scope if you prefer a sleeker look, which I opted for. This is a well made German rifle that offers a pleasing springer experience, precision shooting, and plenty of power for a variety of target or pest control functions. There is so much talk out there about things like barrel droop, new springers that are 'crunchy' or need tuning, but I don't feel that applies to the Terrus, To me, it was adequately tuned at the factory, felt broken in from the very first shot and was easy to mount with a scope.

So far I'm getiing decent results from Premier Hollow Points and have also had some excellent initial results with RWS Superpoint Extras, but will know more as I gain experience. I was worried the Terrus would only like the higher priced lead, so that is good news so far. Yesterday I was able to hit a dime sized target at 35 yards with just the Premiers, so I am gaining more confident that this gun is the real deal for me. I'm using a Mantis 3-9x32 AO scope mounted with Accushot 1 inch high profile one piece rings that give the Terrus a nice finished look due to the comparable fit and finish of everything; nothing cheesy in this combo!
ProsTop notch build and finish, feels like a gun costing much more. Smooth shooting action without the heavy recoil of other springers. Easy to cock and hold when loading. Trigger is clean and automatic safety is in an ideal location when shooting. Best value in a quality built, accurate shooting spring gun. Packaging by AirgunDepot was first class! Great seller I would strongly recommend.
ConsFirst Walther Terrus ordered from other seller may have been a factory second or slipped through Walther's factory quality control (still scratching my head).
By Mark
Westminster, Maryland.
Consistent an True
July 5, 2017
As of mid 50-year-old purchasing my first pellet gun, I had done a fair amount of research before making the purchase on this model. It did require some breaking in but it shoots consistent and true. It is a simple and delightful pellet gun that is easy to shoot. It's accurate and reliable. A true hunting companion tool that is joyful to use. It was not the cheapest, but sometimes you get what you pay for. And in this case I highly recommend the Walther Terrus. One note of caution as with any pellet gun as I have found, after about 25 yards pillow accuracy changes. But this gun is deadly within 25 yards. A great purchase, low-cost , And highly effective.
Cons Like any gun, anytime the user changes pellets or receives a new gun, it must be cited in. That's part of the fun! One sided in, this gun is consistent and true.
By Robert
European quality!
December 25, 2016
This rifle is a joy to shoot. The cocking force is much lighter an smoother than most of my other rifles. Trigger is on par with my RWS D34. So far I've only shot HN Excite "plinking" pellets through it, at cans and swingers in the backyard, but have no trouble hitting them at 35 yards.When it gets warmer I'll mount a scope on it and dial it in on paper.
ProsSmoothness Threaded muzzle. Fitted with open sights.
ConsNone so far
By jonoabq
desert soutwest
Great for the pricepoint
October 2, 2016
It's a little picky with regards to the pellets it likes but once you get that sorted its a consistent, accurate performer. Easy, reliable, lethal shot placement at 35 yards. Not super powerful but the accuracy makes up for it. There certainly are more accurate springers out there, but nowhere near this price. The trigger is good enough, but not great. For plinking and small pest problems this springer is a fantastic performer.
ConsA little twangy. Cheek weld could be a little taller (not a deal breaker)
By Dan M.
Great buy!
September 16, 2016
The Walther Terrus is a great rifle for the price. I have the .177 cal. The German made quality and accuracy shows. The very plain wood stock is finished nicely but the stain on the checkering can flake off when wiped with a cloth. The wood is very light under the stain, with little to no grain. The stock feels much narrower than other rifles of similar size.

The rifle is lightweight and fairly easy to cock but the cocking is not smooth out of the box, and there is some scraping on the cocking cycle that smooths out after a couple hundred cycles. Some moly lube will probably help. Accuracy is very good with JSB Exacts, at about 820 fps (not broken in yet). One hole group at 10 meters after sighting in the scope with the JSB's. Open sights are adequate and worked well, but I immediately mounted a scope. The firing cycle is very nice, and I'd say it is backyard friendly! No twang, just a thump with very little recoil. The trigger has a very smooth first stage, and crisp let off but was just a bit heavy for my liking, I estimate 3 lbs. (Trigger weight not adjustable) Length of first stage was fine from the factory.

Overall this is a very nice rifle and a worthy addition to any collection. For plinking, small pests, or target shooting. I'd rate this a nearly a "must buy"!
ProsLightweight. Accurate. Easy to cock. Good quality. Fun to shoot. Mild recoil. Smooth trigger.
ConsStock feels narrow. Trigger pull weight not adjustable.
By Sory B.
Chesapeake, VA
Best value for the money
June 8, 2016
Hey this is my first spring air rifle and I was not too sure about which one to get. After watching rick's airgun experts video on YouTube I made my mind up to get this rifle. Love it.
ProsGood looking, easy to cock and accurate
By Lloyd
Quality, perfection, workmanship 5 stars!!!!!
April 20, 2016
Received my terrus a few days ago, 177 cal wood stock, nice rwscope, 3x9x44, unpacking, really impressed, box was real simple, plain, no pretty pictures or claims, just a box, packing simple. But inside the gun was impressive fine satin finish on the stock, very good bluing on the metal parts, gun very tightly assembled, tight to cock but loosing up some has a great feel to it, cocks smooth,, first batch of pellets at 15yards all one hole, but around an inch from center of bull. Yes out of the box accuracy is good, when broken in and I get used to the trigger will be sure I can do better than my 2 inch groups at 50 yards the gun is now shooting with only a couple hundred shots under its belt, and I get the pellets it really likes, yeah it is a impressive gun, definitely a keeper, shoots great, feels great, looks great, what more can be asked?
By Kevin
Southern California
A nice well made European air rifle.
January 9, 2016
Recently purchased a Walther Terrus air rifle in .177 because I've had several other brands and just wanted to try something different. Almost sent it back after I received it though because it would not cock. After taking a very close look at it I noticed that it had a light coat of grease in all of the right places except for the barrel lock. Put a little bit of regular gun grease on the locking teeth and the problem was solved. The Walther Terrus is a well made, nice looking and powerful air rifle. I'm 'old school' and not used to fiber optic sights but will probably get accustomed to them.
ProsNice looking, well made and powerful.
ConsA little heavy, has fiber optic sights when some shooters might prefer conventional steel sights, the knurled thread protector cap on the end of the barrel takes away from the overall beauty of the rifle.
By Ernie
Willington, CT
My first review---there will be a follow-up
July 13, 2015
At first sight, the wood stock is OK but not worth a WOW response. Further comment later. For me, the balance is good, the weight is great and the crunch sounds have worked out. I have the .177 for targets and after about 350 shots the Terrus action has smoothed out. Accuracy is very good...I shoot targets at the present distance of 34 yards and have had good results but found I must follow the rules to maintain consistency. Now the trigger...not so bad but not so great. It is a little too heavy for me. I chronied five shots using the pellets I have found which are working out to be the best, JSB exact diabolo [email protected] gr.
1 = 815..2 = 813..3 = 816..4 = 811..5 = 813 Trigger weight measured using my spring type gauge...1 = 3.8..2 = 3.2..3 = 3.2..4 = 3.2..5 = 3.9. hopefully the pull weight will drop some with use.
The stock issue. After every session I wipe down the entire rifle, including the stock, with a rag damp with Ballistol. This protects and has given great improvement to the stock appearance.
ProsFor me, it's a keeper.
ConsA better trigger needed---but---that would certainly increase the price.
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Walther Terrus, Wood
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    Caliber 0.177 Cal
    Velocity 1050 fps
    Loudness 3-Medium
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    Velocity 800 fps
    Loudness 3-Medium
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    Caliber 0.177 Cal
    Velocity 1050 fps
    Loudness 3-Medium
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