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Written on: 11/05/2009
My Walther NightHawk seems to put pellets where ever it wants, never fires in the same direction twice : / maybe mine is broken from new?… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/10/2008
I love the Walther nighthawk air pistol. Its a great looking pistol and I think its really powerful and accurate. I cant think of any bad points… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/08/2008 by Chaps11 (1 review written)
The accuracy is extremely immpressive but the power lets it down I feel. It may just be me that feels this way because of watching the legendary Bond films and seeing the power of the real gun but overall I am extremely immpressed by the Walther Nighthawk and deffinetly recemmend it to anybody. I have had many airsoft and co2 pistols but this is the god of all… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/07/2008 by DRESSBLUES (12 reviews written)
Over all this is a quality air gun,well made,lots of attachments,other than not being able to use it for hunting, this is one of the best around… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/04/2008 by merckur1 (1 review written)
would recommand it to anyone for practice shooting and practice action shooting. Low maintnance, accurate , "LOOK VERY COOL" and for the price you get a Germany made gun + a scope with red dot and a hard case to put it all , not a big game hunter but can hit anything ya want a 21 ft… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/11/2007 by stlbrown (1 review written)
I just got the Nighthawk a month ago from www.sportsmansguide.com for $79.97...I bought it because I own the real pistol (P-22) and wanted to see if the parts would coincide...They will not...Its worth the money just because it looks awesome… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/08/2007 by boondocksaint (27 reviews written)
Awesome looking gun, what i love the most about it is that with all the accessories you can make it look how ever you want you can completely personalize it. I do wish the silencer actually worked though cause this gun is quite loud. But it looks so cool you cant complain. If you take off all the accessories you feel like James Bond lol. I also like the flashlight with the pressure switch, very cool. And like i said its pretty accurate and powerful. One thing i really like is that the clip is… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/08/2007 by seth ee (1 review written)
Absolutely brilliant for target shooting and very few downfalls!… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/08/2007 by jasonboi3 (1 review written)
This was the first gun i was willing to buy as my uncle has a Walther Nighthawk but for me it didn't really impress its just a modded up P99, don't get me wrong its an amazing gun and very accurate, i guess it depends on the user and what you want the gun for........ if its for target practice all well and good but vermin it isn't very good unless your 6foot away from the target, as the max velocity is only 360ft/sec and recorded at 2 ME, which isn't very good. if you want a more powerful gun… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/08/2007 by cheekyplums (1 review written)
This gun is amazing. After debating which gun to purchase I decided on the Walther Nighthawk and I am so glad I did. I read most of the reviews on here and decided against some of its competition. However, now that I have the gun, I am shocked to see that it only got 8.3 out of 10.....it should be 10's all the way. The accuracy is amazing and it looks the part!!!… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/03/2007 by bernard89 (3 reviews written)
I got this gun at the start of the spring of 2006, I got it home and immediately went out back to test it out. The first few shots left smoke trails from the end of the compensator (not a silencer, however it looks like one which is cool). The foam target I used had holes in it about the size of a computer key in the letter pad and the pellets I used dug into the wooden backstop about their own length (standard Crossman hunting pellets). After some more shooting I decided to remove the… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/12/2006 by rjdan01 (1 review written)
The Walter Nighthawk is a good gun. It seems to be under rated. The reviews seem to be coming from people that expected a full military weapon. The first shot was a dead center bulls eye. I don't know why this is being rated like the P23. I hit a bird 5 times with the p23 at 35-40 feet before it hit the ground. The 2240 is over rated. The 15xt, the PPK, OO8 all had good reviews over the internet and you can't keep rounds at 3-4" at 15 feet. I have been shoothing for 32 years if someone wants to… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/08/2006 by MisterWilson (19 reviews written)
I would describe the Walther NightHawk as a good value-for-money CO2 gun for mucking about with, as in my opinion it's not superbly accurate. As a previous reviewer said, it's great for playing in the garden with and knocking down tin cans, but not that good for distance or precision target scoring. A good entry-level gun for someone getting into the sport or someone who wants to buy themselves a new toy, but it will disappoint the seasoned shooter… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/07/2006 by Overrev (4 reviews written)
Walther NightHawk - Accuracy isn't what I call good. about 1 1/2" for a 8 shot group at 10 meters (11 feet). Suppressor is just for looks, doesn't do anything at all. Sent mine back to company for refund. Put your money toward a better unit… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/07/2006 by thepaladin (49 reviews written)
This Walther NightHawk is for fun. (it's still not a toy however). The semi automatic (actually double action) gives you quick shots, and it's a real kick to knock down several aluminum drink cans one after another, in the dark. As has been noted, you can mount the red dot sight and flashlight with room for other attachments if you want. That's what this pistol is for, to look "bad" and plink. I wouldn't go after anything bigger than mice with as far as pest control.
Have fun, just use it for… Read Full Review
Written on: 26/06/2006 by doug24 (5 reviews written)
I am so pleased to have purchased my Walther NightHawk, not only is it the coolest looking pistol on the market, it has the added vaue of the red dot and flashlight mounted with room for other goodies.
Mine was purchased for the sole purpose of shooting rabbits from our garden and flower beds at night. Backyard daylight shooting is done with Gamo 890 .22 for the squirrels and my sons BEEMAN SH1000H .177 on the rabbits and starlings. But it is such a joy to shoot and has been very accurate… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/03/2006 by Hornet (1 review written)
I bought the Walter NightHawk last week and want to write a little review about the pistol and what experiences i have had with it until now.
So lets get straight to the point!
The NightHawk comes complete with a mounted 'Top Point' red-dot and a compensator. The compensator is suposed to make the pistol more accurate and powerful by eliminating the excess CO2 gas behind the pellet which might destabilize it in flight. The compensator can be unscrewed the thread on the muzzle can be covered… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/02/2006 by v3r5racer (2 reviews written)
I guess I could be called a snob when it comes to airguns. I've owned a Beeman RX-2, RWS 48, 52, 36, 34, Beeman C-1, and I presently own the Beeman P-3 (save your cash and get the Marksman 2004, a little late for me), Beeman Crow Magnum, and the Walther Night Hawk.
I was a little hesitant to buy the Night Hawk, I've never owned a CO2 gun before, and really never cared to. But I decided to take the plunge, and besides, I could always give the gun to the trash can and keep the sight, rings and… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/02/2006 by Redd (1 review written)
Okay, so I'm writing this review after only 1 day of ownership of the Walther NightHawk. First of all, I had never looked through a red dot scope before so it took some getting use to. It took about 75 shots to master way to long trigger pull & adjust sights. Secondly, never rate a pellet pistol/rifle if you are using cheap pellets. If you are a rookie shooter & want to shoot birds, snakes, cars, little brothers or your eye out, then get the cheapos. If you want to be the deer hunter and do 1… Read Full Review
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