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The Walther Terrus is an all new air rifle that is built in Germany. The TRUGLO fiber optic sights make aiming a breeze without using a scope. The air gun includes a 11mm dovetail rail so you can any accessories that meets your shooting sports needs. With an adjustable match trigger, rubber recoil pad, the Walther Terrus is a great airgun. An automatic safety and Hi-Grip finish are two more features that make this gun attractive for field use. The Walther Terrus is powered by a spring piston break barrel mechanism.
Made in Germany
I purchased this rifle with multiple pellets, along with an F1-Chronograph and I am reporting back now. This gun is amazing! single hole groups at 15-20 yards easily. I chronied a few different pellets to see the difference in power levels namely RWS 11.9 grain, RWS 14.5grain, JSB 15.89 Grain, JSB 18.13 grain and JSB 25.39grain. The velocities at the muzzle were as follows : 11.9 grain = 742 AVG FPS(15 ft-lbs), 14.5 grain = 690 AVG FPS(15 ft-lbs), 15.89 grain = 642 AVG FPS(14 ft-lbs), 18.13 grain = 599 AVG FPS(14 ft-lbs), 25.39 grain = 479 AVG FPS ( 13 ft-lbs). I personally favor the heavier pellets over the lighter ones in this gun. The 18.13 and 15.89 were the most accurate for me and they really quieted the gun down. The 18.13 grain pellets also had a noticeably louder report when hitting the tree stump I was using as a back stop as did the 25.39 grain pellets. Due to the low velocity of the heavier 25.39 grain pellets its clear that the pellet is a tad too heavy for the gun and would only be practical for shots within 10-20 yards. The 18.13 grain pellets on the other hand were averaging near 600 fps, which is amazing as with its high BC despite its weight it tends to fly really flat in my experience and carries more energy downrange. You do lose ME by using the larger and heavier pellets but it pays in dividends when you want to hit something with as much force as possible at range. The 18.13 pellets still have roughly 8 ftlbs of energy at 55 yards making it more than adequate for rabbit far beyond this range. If youre torn between the terrus and the parrus I would recommend the terrus 15 ftlbs is more than adequate and youre really only getting 5 ftlbs of energy more with the parrus along with nearly 2 lbs in extra eight and much longer length of pull (looks like a musket). Now, I must admit ive been bitten by the air rifle bug and am leaning toward buying the AA TX200HC as my next rifle and simply doing without my powder burners... we shall see. CANUCKTV OUT!
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