The HK 416D .22 by Walther is a blowback-operated, .22 rimfire that resembles an AR-15 rifle. Learn how it handles in this Rifleman Review.
Walther had its latest handgun-a .22LR version of its popular PPQ-on hand at Media Day at the Range.
Walther unveiled its new CCP (Concealed Carry Pistol) at the 143rd NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits.
Enjoy a bit of classy plinking with this rimfire version of Walther’s iconic compact semi-auto pistol.
Semi-automatic .22 rimfire rifles configured to act as understudies for popular general-purpose rifles continue to grow in popularity. Walther has been a contributor to this market
Walther has added a .45-cal. version to its popular PPQ line of pistols, making it the first true production Walther .45 Auto in the company's history.
Walther Arms has introduced the PPS M2 personal-protection pistol chambered in 9 mm.
Walther Arm's first .45-cal. pistol comes equipped with the Carl Walther signature quick-defense trigger, traditional front and rear slide serrations, and fully ambidextrous controls.
New from Walther is an upgraded version of one of the gunmaker’s already solid handguns—the PPS M2.
Walther Arms has announced its newest 9 mm polymer pistol, the Creed.