Classic

The Walther Rotex RM8 is a multicultural marvel: English style, Italian wooden stock by Minelli, but made in Germany through and through. This eight-shot compressed air rifle comes in a range of energies for hunting and recreation. The ergonomic stock fits perfectly in your hands. The barrel, manufactured by Walther, has a 1/2“ UNF thread for a silencer. A filler valve and pressure gauge are built in, but sights are not provided because this rifle is designed for use with a telescopic sight.

Technical data
Caliber4,5 mm (.177) pellet
Energy<7.5 Joule(s)
TriggerXT-trigger: adjustable trigger travel
Length1040 mm
Weight3610 g

For over 40 years, UMAREX has been making high-quality recreational and sporting guns at its headquarters in Arnsberg, Germany. With the help of skilled metal workers, CAD professionals and traditional gunsmiths we design and manufacture a large share of our products right at our factory, and when servicing is necessary this is where they are also repaired. Over the years we have built up a large stock of spare parts. Customers who need advice can get quick, uncomplicated assistance by telephone. All of this comes from our commitment to deliver what you expect when you read “Made in Germany”.


A silencer reduces muzzle noise, but it does not limit noise in the rifle itself. This is where Super Silent Technology comes in. The LGV is extremely quiet even at high energies. Zero-play fit in places like the barrel lock and cocking rod reduces the noise level, as does the guided piston with an improved polyurethane seal and air cushion.


The Vibration Reduction System ensures better accuracy and smooth firing. It includes a piston with zero-play piston rings made of low-friction synthetic material. To gently brake the piston with an air cushion at the end of its travel, additional transfer holes for each energy level are drilled at optimum locations. This dampens the recoil and protects the rifle scope. The piston spring, made of specially tempered valve spring wire, has a long spring.

 
 

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