The Walther Rotex RM8 Varmint impresses with its sporty, robust appearance, sophisticated engineering and accurate performance in sport shooting, recreational shooting and hunting.
While the classic Rotex presents itself classically with a wooden stock, the Varmint serves the demands of those who are also driven through tough vegetation in nature. With its thumbhole stock made of high-strength polymer, it is more resistant to scratches and offers a particularly high level of grip in wet conditions thanks to the Walther-typical HiGrip surface on the pistol grip and forearm.
Inside, you’ll find a reliable, precision-manufactured compressed air system, made in Germany. Pellets are fired from the 8-round aluminum rotary magazine by operating the generously dimensioned cocking lever. The 500 mm barrel, made by Lothar Walther, ensures a stable trajectory and has a muzzle brake with a ½" UNF thread for mounting a silencer. Energy is supplied by a permanently installed 230-bar compressed air cylinder with a built-in filler valve and pressure gauge. The first-stage travel of the trigger can be adjusted to suit your individual preferences.
The Rotex RM8 is built for use with a telescopic sight and therefore has an 11-mm dovetail rail. An open sight is not provided.
|Energy level (E₀)||< 24.0 J|
|Velocity (V₀)||305 m/s (1001 fps)|
|Caliber||4,5 mm (.177) Pellet|
|Magazine capacity||8 rounds|
|Trigger||adjustable first stage travel|
|Barrel length||500 mm|
4.5 mm (.177) Pellet, 8 rds, aluminum
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)
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”.