How's the trigger ?
Do you know what it's 'weight of pull' adjustment range is ?
I'd appreciate some info on it, ta.
Information out so far is a bit light, and everyone is playing dumb.
I have no idea what the triggers 'weight of pull' adjustment range is since it is not stated in the instructions. You can download these from Walther's website.
The trigger can be adjusted for reach and can be angled side to side. There are adjustments for Trigger pressure point, trigger weight, trigger stop, trigger slack.
I wanted to reduce the trigger pull weight, but when I got it how I wanted it I found that the gun would misfire occasionally if I pushed the probe in too hard after loading a pellet so I had to turn the screw back in half a turn. It has a very obvious first stage and the 2nd stage has no creep. You can't set it as light as the electronic triggers on the Daystates, unless I am doing it wrong. There are some adjusters I haven't tried yet though. Overall though I am happy with the trigger, but it could be lighter. It is probably on a par with my S510's trigger.
I have only had it for a weekend and done some plinking and one HFT course with it. I have only tried JSB exact pellets in it so far too. So I think it is too early for any conclusions about it. I haven't done a chrono string and It won't be easy to fit my Combro to it.
Accuracy seems OK, but I haven't managed a single ragged hole at 30m yet but that might just be me. I need to shoot my other rifles side by side to compare it.
It is a very heavy gun. I think there are aluminium cylinders available from Walther that would reduce the weight. I have seen someone has fitted a titanium cylinder to theirs. The finish is ok. The cocking is a bit stiff but hopefully it will ease with use. The first thing I would like to replace is the hamster. I might try and make a wooden one which is a bit deeper and wider.
I bought it with the included Walther 8-32 x 56 scope. The scope was not bad. It has a standard mildot reticule. I ended up putting my MTC Viper on though just because I prefer its reticule. The weight saving was negligible.
The most important thing though is I enjoyed shooting it.
S510 .177, MTC Mamba 4-16 x 50
Airwolf .177 GINB Stock, MTC Viper 10 x 44Glevum Target & Sports ClubGlos Association of Small-bore Rifle & Pistol Clubs