One obvious trend we're seeing with airguns is how they've become highly robust. Supersonic velocities, fiber optic sights and noise dampening barrel systems represent modern technological integrations now available from Umarex USA.
Check out some of our favorite new Umarex airguns in the photos below, and be sure to see what else Umarex has in store for 2015.
Beretta Model 92A1
The Model 92A1 is a select fire air gun rendition of Beretta\'s famous M92A. Featuring a 26-round magazine and a realistic all-metal frame and a metal blowback slide that actually moves when the gun cycles, the Model 92A1 runs on a 12-gram CO2 capsule. It fires .177-caliber projectiles and is capable of producing velocities up to 330 feet per second (fps) with steel BBs. The air gun utilizes a single-action trigger and incorporates a 4.5-inch barrel for an overall length of 8.74 inches. It weighs 2.35 pounds.
Colt's Single Action Army was a staple of the American Old West, but plenty of people still cherish the gun and Umarex has capitalized on that with this air pistol. The Colt Peacemaker replicates many of the features of the original revolver, and this air pistol features a unique loading system wherein the user loads six steel BBs into six full-size casings. The replica air gun also has to be half-cocked to remove or load casings and the hammer must be manually cocked for each shot, just like Colt's original. Shooters can similarly quick-fire the Peacemaker by holding down the trigger and operating the hammer with the off hand. The Peacemaker is CO2-powered and is capable of velocities up to 410 fps. It fires .177-caliber projectiles, has a 10.75-inch overall length and weighs 2 pounds. The Peacemaker air pistol is available in two different finishes: blued and nickel. Price:
An authentic rendition of Heckler & Koch\'s classic .45-caliber pistol, Umarex\'s new HK 45 is available in either an air gun or Airsoft version. Both versions run on a 12-gram CO2 capsule cavity accessed via the pistol\'s backstrap. The air gun version is capable of firing .177-caliber projectiles up to 400 fps, while the Airsoft version fires 6mm BBs at a maximum velocity of 420 fps. Both configurations utilize drop free magazines, with the air gun version holding 20 rounds and the Airsoft variant holding 15 rounds. The Airsoft pistol also features a built-in HopUp system for loading.
A replica air pistol version of the venerable and ground-breaking Mauser C96 "Broomhandle" pistol designed in the late 19th century, the M712 has a fully functional blowback system and features a selector to choose between semiauto or full-auto fire. The M712 can hold 18 .177-caliber projectiles and operates on 12-gram C02 canisters. It features a fixed front sight and an adjustable rear sight for elevation. The Legends M712 has a 5.5-inch barrel for an overall length of 12 inches and weighs just over 3 pounds.
Legends P.08 Blowback
Umarex is expanding on its previous P.08 air pistol by introducing this version, which features a functional blowback action that cycles when the pistol is fired. The P.08 Blowback incorporates a full metal construction and holds 21 .177-caliber projectiles in a drop-free magazine. It runs on 12-gram CO2 capsules, is 8.75 inches overall and weighs 1.9 pounds.
Umarex Fuel .22
Umarex first introduced its Fuel air rifle in 2014, but only in .177 caliber. This year the company has released a .22-caliber Fuel air rifle. The rifle pairs a rifled barrel with the ReAxis Gas Piston system, which rotates the first gas strut 180 degrees in the receiver, to achieve a pellet velocity of 850 fps (1050 fps with alloy pellets). The single-shot air rifle uses a one-stroke break-barrel cocking mechanism and features a two-stage adjustable trigger. It comes with a 3-9x32 scope as well as fiber optic sights. The rifle sports an all-weather thumbhole stock with magnetic bi-pod holders for its integrated tactical bi-pod. Additional features on the Fuel .22 include a SilencAir noise dampener and a LockDown mount.
A powerful break barrel single-shot air rifle capable of a maximum velocity of 1,000 fps with .177-caliber lead pellets (1,200 with alloy pellets), the Torq has a number of the features expected on a precision air rifle. It incorporates a two-stage adjustable trigger as well as a rifled barrel and comes equipped with a metal Picatinny rail for mounting a scope. A 4x32 scope is included with the rifle, but it also comes with a set of fiber optic sights. One of the aspects that sets the Torq apart from other air rifles is its unique Flat Dark Earth (FDE) synthetic stock, fairly uncommon on most air guns. The Torq air rifle comes with a SilencAir noise dampener and a LockDown mount to ensure solid scope fit on the rifle.
Walther LGU Master
Sporting a finely finished ambidextrous beech wood stock with a high cheek piece and a stylish blued barrel, the fixed barrel under lever Walther LGU Master is an attractive air rifle. The LGU pairs this classy exterior with a host of useful features such as a vibration reduction system, an adjustable match trigger, a rotary piston, Super Silent Technology an an automatic safety. The LGU also incorporates an anti-bear trap lever on the right-hand side to ensure safer loading of the rifle. The rifle is available in either .177 caliber or .22 caliber. It is capable of velocities up to 870 fps in the .177-caliber version with standard lead pellets and up to 670 fps in the .22-caliber version.
The all-new spring-powered break barrel Walther Terrus is a moderately priced precision air gun that offers a good assortment of efficient features. The single-shot Terrus utilizes a two-stage adjustable trigger and comes equipped with TRUGLO fiber optic sights. It incorporates a dovetail rail for mounting additional optics and uses an automatic trigger safety. The Terrus is available with either a black synthetic stock or a beech wood stock. .177- and .22-caliber versions of the Terrus are available, with the .17-caliber version capable of velocities up to 930 fps with standard lead pellets (1,050 fps with alloy pellets) and the .22-caliber variant is capable of velocities up to 690 fps (800 fps with alloy pellets).
Walther Rotek PCP Rifle
German designed and built, the Walther Rotek PCP rifle is an attractive pre-charged pneumatic air rifle capable of velocities up to 1,000 fps with .177-caliber standard lead pellets (900 fps in the .22-caliber version). While the Rotek PCP rifle sports a fashionable Minelli wood stock with checkering, the rifle's mechanical features are what truly make it notable. The rifle utilizes a Walther Lothar barrel, a bolt-action method of operation and an 8-round rotary magazine. The Rotek PCP rifle comes equipped with a vibration reduction system and an adjustable match trigger for accuracy. It runs on a 230 bar air bottle that offers 180 full-power shots before requiring a refill, and the Rotek comes with an integrated filling adapter and manometer built into the stock for convenient charging. Price: