The Walther Reign M2 combines the features of a full-size rifle with a compact, athletic body – a genuine bullpup. And as the name suggests, it lays claim to the throne in the air rifle world.
The second generation of the Walther Reign builds on the success of its predecessor. Trimmed for lightness right from the start, the Reign M2 retains the weight-optimized design of the original model. With a weight of less than three kilograms, it remains first and foremost one thing: featherweight. The stock is made of robust polymer, and the Picatinny rail is machined from high-strength aluminum. the Reign M2 is a true featherweight, but when it comes to precision, it delivers heavyweight performance.
That’s because the Reign M2 takes full advantage of its bullpup design. The magazine sits at the height of the cheek piece, leaving room for a rifled barrel that takes up 500 mm of the total 665 m length. The barrel, precision-manufactured by Lothar Walther, has very low vibration thanks to its robust design and has a 1/2" UNF thread for a silencer. Power is supplied by a capacious 230-bar compressed air cylinder with integrated pressure gauge and quick-fill adapter.
With its reversible, easy-to-use cocking lever, the Reign M2 is perfect for fast, accurate shooting by left- and right-handers alike. The quick-detach sling mount allows attachment of a carry strap on either side.
|Energy level (E₀)||< 16.0 J|
|Velocity (V₀)||250 m/s (820 fps)|
|Caliber||4,5 mm (.177) Pellet|
|Magazine capacity||11 rounds|
|Barrel length||500 mm|
4.5 mm (.177) Pellet, 11 rds
thread 1/2" UNF, suitable for airguns cal. 4.5 mm (.177) and 5.5 mm (.22)
thread 1/2" UNF, 3 chambers, suitable for airguns cal. 4.5 mm (.177) and 5.5 mm (.22)
length: 232 mm
length: 101 mm
for filling the compressed air bottle
for hand pump, one refill
300 bar, 6 l, empty
with deaeration screw, suitable to connect with compressed air bottles
for Walther Rotex RM8, Reign, Maximathor
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”.