Walther Rotex RM8 With Muzzle Break
The Walther Rotex RM8 stands out for its elegant looks, sophisticated engineering and accurate performance in sport shooting, recreational shooting and hunting.
In appearance the Rotex RM8 adheres to a classic tradition: English style, with an Italian wooden stock by Minelli. It’s not only handsome all around, but also easy to handle. Non-slip checkered areas on the forearm and pistol grip ensure a firm grasp, and the rubberized butt plate provides shoulder protection. This way it always stays on target regardless of the weather conditions and even during sporty use.
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.
|Caliber||4,5 mm (.177) Pellet|
|Magazine capacity||8 shot(s)|
|Trigger||adjustable first stage travel|
|Energy||< 7,5 J|
|Velocity||175 m/s (574 fps)|